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PRIVATE YACHT TOUR TO THE BLUE CAVE, VIS ISLAND; KOMIŽA & HVAR

PRIVATE YACHT TOUR TO THE BLUE CAVE, VIS ISLAND; KOMIŽA & HVAR

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Enjoy a full day of expedition and exploration on this all-inclusive trip to Vis Island and all of its local sites and natural treasures. During the day, you’ll visit two of the most naturally alluring caves: the Blue Cave and the Green Cave. You’ll discover the hidden Stiniva Cove, and it’s the thirty-meter wide pebbled beach, and finally, as our last stop, you will visit the culturally rich, historic fishing town of Komiza. First stop Green cave – famous for the small cracks in the ceiling, allowing beams of light to come through, leaving a trace in the sea throughout the cave. The cave is quite spacious, and its depth varies from three to five meters. Stiniva cove is located on the south side of the island, the bay characterized by a very narrow entrance, after which the bay widens to a beautiful, thirty-meter wide pebble beach, flanked by perpendicular rocks 35 meters high. No roads lead to the cove, so its natural beauty has been preserved. Known for its many caves, the best known of which is the famous Blue Cave on Biševo island located in the Baluni cove. The cave is accessible only by a small rowboat. Local fishermen have known about the Blue Cave for generations, but Baron Eugen Rausoonet brought it to the world’s attention in 1884. Its unique light effects of overflowing blue and silver nuances enchant visitors. When the sea is calm and the day is sunny, reflected sunbeams pass through the underwater entrance and illuminate the cave in a fascinating shade of blue, whereas submerged objects acquire a silverish glow when observed from the surface. After that, we continue for Komiža, known for its rich cultural, historical, and fishing tradition, the traditional fishing boat the gajeta falkuša, occupies a special place in the hearts of the local community. There is a falkuša on display in the Komiža Fishing Museum. The museum is located in the so-called Commune, a Renaissance tower dating back to the 16th century. Komiža is also known for its fine restaurants, where if you like, we can organize a dinner, or you can discover one of your own. On the way back we will stop in Palmizana bay on Pakleni islands. On the way, we suggest a local restaurant for lunch.

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Included

fuel, skipper, soft drinks, towels, tax, transfers from your accommodation
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Not included

tip for skipper (non-compulsory), lunch

Location

Hvar, Blue cave, Green cave, Stiniva cove, Komiža town

Blue cave, Green cave, Stiniva cove, Komiža town, Hvar Paklinski Islands, Hvar Town

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