Blue Cave Croatia is a tour from Split, Croatia. The Blue Cave is a natural phenomenon that can be found on the island of Bisevo. It is an underwater cave with an astonishing blue hue and it was created by the sunlight reflecting off the water and limestone walls of the cave.
The Blue Cave tour includes a boat trip to Hvar Island, an hour-long walk through olive groves and vineyards, a visit to the Stiniva bay on the Vis island, and finally the boat ride back to Split. The tour lasts for around 12 hours in total but there are also shorter tours available if you don’t have time on your hands or you want to spend more time exploring other parts of Split city.
Bisevo Island is a special part of the UNESCO Biosphere Reserve ‘The Mediterranean Dietetic Region’. The island is full of olive trees, grapevines, and other vegetation. The island’s limestone walls also give it a distinctive blue color. There is also a small cave on the island called Blue Cave.
This cave was formed by an underwater limestone formation and is full of unique formations. There was an old monastery on the island, but it was abandoned in the 1940s. Today, there are a number of small villages with stone houses built from local limestone. The locals mainly grow olives and grapes for their living, as well as for olive oil and wine.
The city of Split is the second-largest city in Croatia. It is located on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. The population of Split is around 200,000 inhabitants. Split is a popular tourist destination for its historic old town and its proximity to various beaches along the Adriatic coast. In addition, it has a bustling nightlife and offers plenty of shopping opportunities.
Some boat trips from Split are:
- Dubrovnik: If you want to get away from the crowds, this might be your best option! Dubrovnik is one of Croatia’s most popular destinations with a population close to 40,000 people and plenty of activities to keep you busy all day long.
- Vis Island: Vis Island has been inhabited since prehistoric times and is a popular destination for tourists visiting Croatia. The island has a population of around 5,000 people and is known for its beautiful beaches and amazing sunset views.