|Minimum number of persons||6|
|Price per person||80,00 €|
|Departure time||08:00 h|
|Return time||18:00 h|
|Includes||skipper, swimming, Green cave, Stiniva cove, Komiža|
Take advantage of this trip and discover the most beautiful places and spots on the island of Vis. The trip is arranged on demand. Departure is in the morning between 8:00 and 9:00. Boat transfer from Vele Luke to island Vis takes about 1 hour and 45 minutes. The first stop after the island of Korcula and the nearest point on the island of Vis is the island Budikovac, with its two small islands Mali Budikovac and Sanak with their beautiful sandy beaches. Immediately after Budikovac, you will visit the Green Cave. These beautiful caves which are accessible only by boat, has two entrances with beautiful green glow to it. Stiniva is the next beach you will see. It is well known from the advertisements of posters which you certainly have already seen, but this time you will be able live in this miracle of nature, a unique blend of wild and cultivated landscapes. After Stinive you will go to the Blue cave, a blue gem with an extremely rare natural phenomenon, which in 1951 was declared a protected geomorphological natural place. Just a few hours a day, the sun's rays penetrate through an underwater opening in the Blue Cave which reflects from seabed which illuminates the cave with blue, and all objects in the water are in silver. This unique phenomenon can only be experienced here. Tickets to the Blue cave are not included in the price of this trip. After the Blue Caves the trip takes you to Komiža a beautiful fishing village where time has stood still as the Adriatic once was. In Komiža you have two hours of free time and we suggest that you take the chance to familiarize yourself with this traditional Adriatic architecture and take walk through its old cobbled streets. Vis is always been proud of its fishing tradition, so it has a museum honouring this tradition, unique in Croatia which is located on the waterfront in an old Venetian tower. Vis has its own boat design a gajeta falkuša (a traditional Dalmatian fishing sailboat), wooden sailing boat which Komiža fishermen over the centuries used in search of fish. This free time can also be used for lunch. We recommend that you try some of Komiža s specialties such as Komiža bread, sardines on a spit, fish stew with macaroni). If you desire you can take a swim before returning Vela Luka arriving at 18:00.
Departure from Vela Luka at 8:00am or 9:00 am.
Stop at the Green Cave and Stiniva cove. Blue cave is optional.
Free time in Komiža.
Return in Vela Luka at 18:00 h.