In many ways, Vis is the most fascinating of all the Croatian islands. This is mainly due to the fact that the island was entirely closed to foreigners in the days of Yugoslavia (as it was used as a naval base), only being opened to visitors in 1989. Due to its location, it is often considered somewhere for an “off-the-beaten-track” holiday in Croatia or a great place to go to try something a bit different – especially for a peaceful and relaxing break.
We start our tour at 9.00 am from Split and need approximately 2,5 hours to the island of Vis. Our first stop around 11.30 is Green Cave. Cave is natural phenomenon, located on the islet Ravnik, on the southern side of Vis island. It is less famous than the Blue Cave, but definitely worth visiting.
After one natural phenomenon, we are headed to another one, even more beautiful than the first one, Blue Cave on the island of Biševo. The magnificent work of Mother Nature, this cerulean oasis is so unique because it is formed due to seawater eroding limestone, a rock Biševo island is wholly composed of. Thanks to the sunlight’s reflection off of the white seabed, which creeps through the opening of a vault at the top of the cave, a mesmerizing blue hue fills its capacity.
Around 14.30 we arrive at Vis old town where you can have lunch at amazing tavern Pojoda where you can try beautifully prepared fresh fish dishes.
At 17.30 we are headed back to Split with possible stop along the way for more swimming, snorkeling and sunbathing.
Around 20.00 you are back to home port.