“Of course, we are talking about natural beauties and traditional Adriatic architecture, but the special attraction of Vis also lies in its atmosphere. During the summer Vis is considerably different from the islands of Hvar, Brač or Korčula. The main reason for this is probably that Vis offers only a very small number of hotel beds so this island is mainly visited by people who like it for their own specific reasons and not by “regular tourists” who may have seen its name in a brochure and thought it might be a nice place to visit.” These are the words of Jonathan Bousfield, an renowned English journalist, specialised in writing about Croatia for a notable edition of the Rough Guide tourist book guides. He chose Vis amongst his Top 5 choices of Croatian destinations.
We know that one of the reasons for Vis uniqueness lies in its 500 years of isolation as a military island where time had stopped. However, as so often happens in life, the thing that once seemed to be a disadvantage in the end turns out to be an important advantage. Vis with its untouched nature and it’s people that haven’t been possessed by tourist commercialisation but who still are hospitable in an authentic, “native” way.
In cases where Blue Cave may be closed due to weather or other unforeseen circumstances, you’ll visit the fishing village of Komiza on the island of Vis.
DEPARTURE TIME: 09:00
MIN: 4 People (For less than 4 People, please ask us for best price)
Price: 100 EUR/per person
Guaranteed to skip the long lines for Blue Cave entrance with a Private tour.
PLEASE NOTE: You can join this Blue & Green Cave Tour (Vis island) from Split by taking either the ferry or catamaran from Split to Hvar and back. The schedules and timetables are subject to change and it is advisable to buy tickets online at least 48 hours before the journey on following links: krilo.hr and jadrolinija.hr
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