Just five nautical miles from Vis Island, lies one of Croatia's most unusual natural phenomena on the island of Bisevo - the spectacular Blue Cave (Modra Spilja) - whose interior is an indescribable intense blue colour due to rays of the sun which penetrate through a single crack in the rock. The lighting effects will be like no other you have ever experienced! Add to that the island's stunning nature and splendid sandy beaches, and it is little wonder all our guests leave Bisevo short of breath at such wondrous sights! The best/optimal time to visit Blue Cave to experience its magical blue light is between 12pm - 2 pm. Because the cave is so small, we will disembark and use a smaller craft to actually visit the interior. Because the Blue Cave is such a magnet for visitors, access is managed by local port authorities and we may have to wait for 10-20 minutes before being allowed in.
The unspoiled and rugged island of Vis is an island of extraordinary beauty and rich in historic heritage dating back to ancient Greeks but is also famous for its wines, fishing, architecture and nature. After Blue Cave we cruise to Komiža town on Vis Island, a picturesque village known for its rich cultural, historical and fishing traditions. The town is best known for it's Renaissance tower dating back to the 16th century. Today, it is a home of a local Fishing museum. Komiža is also known for its fine restaurants, where you can enjoy a prefect seafood lunch at famous Bako or Jastožera restaurant : a place where you pick your lobster from the sea for lunch. Both places are known for superb fresh fish dishes!
Relax on the beach, swim, snorkel - whatever you decide, the Secret Dalmatia Caves and Coves of Bisevo and Vis is a spectacular day out that will leave you marveling for days.