Blue Cave & Hvar Tour from Split
Ultimate Snapshot of Middle Dalmatia on an Island Hopping Adventure
Witness the originality and magnificence of the Blue Cave on Biševo Island. Explore mystical Seal Cave and float in Stiniva Cove, taking in the towering cliffs that encircle you. Strap on your diving mask and explore a thriving underwater world by Budikovac Island before nibbling on local specialties in Palmižana Bay.
Sign off your day with a stroll through the quaint streets of Hvar Town, lined with Venetian palaces, a palm-dotted seafront, and bustling squares. From Hvar we head back to Split giving you the final opportunity to enjoy in the panoramic views of Split islands.
Tour Duration: approx. 10 hours
The Places You’ll Go!
|•||Small group experience|
|•||Experience the outstanding beauty of the Blue Cave’s flickering light|
|•||Taste the best Mediterranean cuisine in Palmizana|
|•||Capture a picture perfect moment in the breathtaking Stiniva Cove|
|•||Visit the single populated island of Budikovac|
|•||Round it all off by visiting iconic Hvar|
01.04.–15.06. & 01.09.–31.10 at 08:00 AM
16.06.-31.08. at 07:30 AM
16.06-31.08 departure at 07:30
07:30/08:00 Departure from Split Riva
09:45 Sightseeing of Blue Cave
10:30 Exploring of Monk Seal Cave
11:15 Swimming break in Stiniva Cove
12:00 Lagoon of Island Budikovac
13:15 Free time in Palmižana bay
16:00 Free time in Hvar Town
Free wine tasting
19:00 Arrival to Split
Witness this bright blue phenomenon up-close before heading towards another cave of the island.
The longest cave (160 m) on Bisevo island is a Monk seal cave, named after the Meditarranean Monk seal. This, one of the most endangered mammals in the world, is very rare type of seal and unfortunately almost extincted. We stop here so you can experience first hand the grandeur of this Bisevo cave.
It will not be long before you’ll be soaking up the sun in Stiniva Cove on Vis Island, a 600m long pebble beach enclosed by vertical cliffs.
Submerge yourself in Budikovac’s turquoise lagoon or let curiosity guide you past the extended pebble beach of Dalmatia’s only island with one inhabitant.
The Pakleni Islands are a collection of 14 untouched islets and the popular bay of Palmižana is at your disposal for the next 2.5 hours.
Here, there is a delicious selection of waterside restaurants where you can indulge in the freshest Adriatic catch before taking a refreshing dip in the azure waters.
Arrive in style to Hvar Town, located on Croatia’s sunniest island of the same name. Hvar is a favorite holiday destination for global celebrities and yachties but beyond all the glitz and glamour is a charming seaside town with eight centuries of architecture waiting to be explored.
Climb the stairs to the ancient Fortica Fortress wedged into the landscape above town and take a deep breath of the pine-scented breeze as you absorb the vistas of old town below and the Pakleni archipelago in the distance.
Embellishing the waterfront is the Arsenal, home of one of the first public theaters in Europe, and keep this as your point of reference before entering the labyrinthine backstreets of town where craft shops and cafes are tucked into ancient Venetian palaces.
Price per person: € 100
For group discount, please contact us.
Free pick up (subject to availability), snorkeling gear, safety equipment, insurance.
Entrance fee to the Blue Cave, lunch (available with prior reservation, optional), entrance fee to the Hvar Fortress (optional), gratuities (optional)
Tour is subject of weather conditions, and may be cancelled or itinerary can be changed if weather conditions create unsafe conditions for the tour.
If the tour is cancelled it can be rescheduled or a full refund will be issued.
Designated stopping time at each destination may vary depending on weather conditions and number of visitors. If so, the itinerary may be adjusted in compliance with the guest to provide the best tour experience.
Blue Cave Entrance Fee
Blue Cave entrance fee is not included in the tour ticket so please have the exact amount prepared once we arrive at the Biševo island.
Blue Cave entrance fee
01/04-30/06 & 01/09-31/10: 70 HRK (app. 9,30 Eur)
01/07-31/08: 100 HRK (app. 13,30 Eur)
The Blue Cave is one of Croatia’s natural wonders, so try to capture the scenery with your camera
In order to make your trip as comfortable as possible, bring a hat, sun cream and comfortable shoes.
Wear casual and light clothes. Water/windproof jackets will be provided.
If you would like to have a lunch in picturesque Palmizana bay, there are four delicious menus to choose from. Each one consists of main plate and salad, without drinks included, but you have free drinks on board. If you decide to book without lunch and change your mind in the meantime, don`t worry- you can book it in our office on the day of excursion.
Meeting Point and Arrival Info
Office address: Dosud ulica 4
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Arriving by car
July and August can get very busy, so we recommend you get clear instructions about available parking
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Arriving by bus
Buses that stop at Tržnica (green market) near our office
2, 3, 5, 8, 9, 10, 11, 14, 15, 17, 18 and 60
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Free Pickup Service
Free pickup service is subject to availability
There are no restrictions in terms of age or health, although pregnant women, and any individuals suffering from injuries such as back and neck issues are not advised to go on the tour as the sea can get rough in an instant.