The Blue Cave Tour from Split is an indispensable part of all tourist guides for Croatia and the motif of numerous photographs that evoke this beauty. If you were looking for something to visit during your stay in Split, indeed, this proposal has already caught your eye.
The Blue Cave is one of the most visited natural attractions in Croatia. From year to year, Modra špolje is visited by an increasing number of guests, so it is not surprising that the Blue cave tour from Split is one of the most popular tours from Split.
Blue Cave tour from Split is a full-day tour that includes visits to the Paklinski Islands, Budikovac, Hvar, and the famous bay Stiniva. The trip is intended for smaller groups to maximize enjoyment.
As we said, this is a full-day trip departing from the waterfront in Split. The total lasts 10 hours, and the departure in the summer months is at 7:30, followed by a ride on a comfortable, fast boat to the Blue Cave. After that, the Bear Cave is waiting for you, and after these two natural wonders, it’s time for a short break. The break is planned in Stiniva Bay, declared the most beautiful European beach by the readers of the prestigious portal “European Best Destinations.”
After a holiday in a beautiful bay, a tour of the lagoons of the island of Budikovac and swimming in the bay on the Paklinski Islands, at the end of the day, a visit to the sunniest island of Hvar and the town of the same name, where we recommend that you take a break to walk its squares and streets and buy indigenous souvenirs.
The Blue Cave is a natural phenomenon located on the small island of Biševo. The magic of all shades of blue that are created in the cave due to the penetration of natural light is most beautiful to see in the morning. The Blue Cave is toured by organized small boats, and they stay in the cave is approximately 15 minutes.
This is a boat trip with a few swimming breaks and is a natural refreshment in the hot summer months. Be sure to bring all of your beach gear. However, the trip is excellent for both the pre and post-season when in any case, there are fewer crowds at these attractive locations.