Split, Kastela, Trogir
This is an excursion that takes you to an almost untouched part of central Dalmatia, to the far and beloved island of Vis. The first stop is in Vis where you have the opportunity for sightseeing and coffee. Afterwards, we take you to Rogacic Bay, where the submarine tunnel is located and there you have the opportunity to swim for the first time that day. This is followed by a visit to the Blue Cave, a natural phenomenon. After a visit to the Blue Cave, we take you to Komiža, a small fishing village on the island of Vis where you can dine and take a walk in the streets. After lunch and a walk, we take you for a swim in Stiniva, one of the most famous beaches on the Adriatic. To discover as many hidden places as possible on this island, we stop at Budikovac and upon our return to one of the sandy beaches (Zaglav, Milna, Smokova, Stončica)
The town of Vis and the island of Vis itself are listed among the top 5 destinations in Croatia. The town of Vis has always been a well-known haven for fishermen and sailors. Vis is not a place of mass tourism but it is special in its isolation because it is also called military island. Vis's specialty lies in the authenticity and kindness of the locals. Take a stroll through the streets of this island town and breathe in the true beauty.
The Blue Cave is a natural phenomenon that attracts many tourists from all over the world. The cave is located on the eastern side of the island of Biševo near Vis. The cave has two openings, one through which a small paddle boat can pass and the other on the south side of the cave below sea level. Sunlight reaches this opening and reflects and illuminates the cave in blue. The visit to the cave is organized by a small paddle boat. After we reach Bisevo, we wait for the queue to enter the cave. The cave is fascinating and worth a visit. This natural phenomenon defends itself from excessive visits. Wondering how? In case of bad weather and waves it is not possible to enter the cave. That is why it is best to visit in the morning. After the cave we head to Komiža
Protected from all northerly winds, Komiza is situated at the bottom of the Hum hill. A picturesque place with a long fishing tradition. The fishermen from Komiža make it the most famous place on the Adriatic. Komiža will delight you at first glance; enjoy walking and sightseeing. Rest assured that the locals will greet you warmly and welcome you. Considering the famous fishermen, Komiza is a place for a great meal. Choose your own terrace and enjoy the delicacies. After a quality meal, it's time for a swim
In the middle of the wilderness of the island of Vis lies the most attractive cove. The ideal approach to Stiniva is by boat from the sea. The bay is about 600 meters long and is surrounded on both sides by high inaccessible rock cliffs. It is almost impossible for a shy to see when she is approached from the sea precisely because of her seclusion. At the foot of the beach are several uninhabited cottages that are protected as a nature reserve. The incredible nature and cleanliness of the sea adorn the cove. We stop here for a swim. And of course, plenty of unavoidable photos
Budikovac is a small uninhabited island near Vis. Also popular as the Vis Blue Lagoon. Since there is a beach bar and restaurant we will take the opportunity to refresh and stop. You can choose between a refreshing drink or a refreshing swim, and if you are a true hedonist you can choose both. By the way, you will meet a friendly donkey on Budikovac, the trademark of Dalmatia
Our final swim stop of the day will be Smokova, which many consider to be the most beautiful sandy beach on the island of Vis. You be the judge, after the full day of pure joy!