Blue Cave Private Tour

Blue Cave and Vis private boat tour available from Split, Brač, Hvar and other locations upon request

Interier of the Blue Cave


Seize the magical play of the blue waters and enchanting, luminous ambiance. 

The Blue Cave is a geomorphological monument of nature located on the Island of Biševo.

It was first discovered in 1884 by Baron Eugen Ransonnet, describing the interior as a sea deity’s castle.

The fascinating light phenomenon occurs as the sun shines onto the sandy bottom and reflects on the cave walls. The color is most vivid around noon when the sun’s rays penetrate the bottom opening of the cave.

Nowadays, the cave is a renowned tourist attraction. Numerous tourists visit it from Spring to Autumn as there are day tours organized to the Blue Cave from all over the Adriatic.

Upon arrival to the island of Biševo, we will embark a small vessel to enter due to the tiny entrance where you need to duck your head.

The cave tour is guided and once inside, make sure to take some photos of this stunning setting.


Komiza, Vis island


Immerse yourself in history as you stroll through the narrow streets of this intriguing fishermen’s town.  

If time permits a stop at Komiža is planned after the Blue Cave. Komiza is situated on the island of Vis in the deep Komiža bay. This is a typical Mediterranean place with traditional architecture, narrow streets and houses around the harbour. The inhabitants were mostly seamen and fishermen due to the position and the lack of agricultural land. The important fishing history is shown in the Fishermen’s Museum, one of a kind in Croatia. 

Please note Komiža is an optional destination on the tour dependent upon the decision of the crew and the amount of time spent at the Blue Cave.

Stiniva bay on Blue Cave tour


Discover the breathtaking beauty of the Stiniva cove where sheer cliffs embrace a secluded pebble beach.

The Island of Vis boasts a truly distinctive environment, shaped by a combination of natural phenomena and human influence.

Its stunning scenery is sure to captivate you. Enjoy a slow cruise and admire the cliffs, caves, and tunnels.

The intriguing natural scenery of the Stiniva Bay has a characteristic shape resembling a cave without a ceiling. Its beach was referred to as one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.

To enter the bay, you must swim off the boat to the beach as no vessels are allowed inside the walls.

If you prefer a less crowded spots, we suggest going to one of many secluded beaches on the island to fully unwind and enjoy the sea. 

Boat tour


Explore the picturesque harbor, historic architecture and vibrant local culture of Vis town.

The Town of Vis was established in 397. B.C. as a Greek settlement under the name of Issa.

Issa was supposed to serve as a base in the process of the Greek colonization of the Adriatic.

Today, Vis is a popular tourist destination that showcases a rich cultural history that dates back to ancient Greek times and extends to recent history.

If you take a stroll through its streets, you can discover some of this history for yourself.

Indulge in the authentic cuisine of the region and taste the Viška pogača. It is a delectable and traditional savory pie-like dish that is sure to tantalize your taste buds.

Luxury boat near Vis


Uncover the turbulent history of the military island. 

The Island of Vis was a major military base used by the Yugoslav army.

Anticipating the Italian attack, Tito commanded to build over 30 military objects across the island.

These fascinating historical remains provide a unique perspective on the events that took place during World War II. 

The most visited boat tours are definitely the military submarine tunnels. Those tunnels served as a hiding spot for navy vessels and military submarines up to 110 meters long. Vis Island is not the only one that has these facilities, but it is the most popular due to its unavailability to the general public up to 1991. 


08:00 Departure from Split  
8.00 Departure from Milna, Brač island 

~ Blue Cave, Biševo island – Sightsee the interior of the cave

~ Swim stop – Enjoy a swim at a quiet bay on Vis island

~ Komiža, Vis island – Take a stroll through the seaside town or relax with a coffee on the promenade. 

~ Stiniva Bay – Panoramic view, cruising and sightseeing the cliffs on Vis island

~ Hidden Bays – Swimming from the boat at secluded bays

~ Vis town – Sightseeing and lunch 

~ Former army tunnels  – Slow cruise along the coast of Vis to view the tunnels 

17:30 Return to Brač

18:15 Return to Split town

Book Luxury Cabin Boat Tour
from 1200 €

Start price for tours up to 12 passengers

12m cabin boat, hardtop, Wifi, toilet, shower

Book Open Boat Tour
from 950 €

Start price for tours up to 12 passengers

Length 10m, hardtop, toilet, sundeck
Not recommended for children under 3 yrs


  • Skipper, guide
  • Bottled water
  • Life jackets
  • Snorkeling equipment
  • Windproof jackets

Not included

  • Blue Cave entrance tickets (12-18 eur/person)
  • Lunch

Don't Forget

  • Swimsuit
  • Beach towel
  • Sunglasses, hat
  • Comfortable shoes
  • Clothing according to the weather forecast

Meeting Point

View meeting point in Split at 8:00

View meeting point in
Milna, Brač at 8:00



SeaYou holds the right to modify the route and locations or cancel the trip due to bad weather conditions.

The time schedule is approximate and can be adjusted to the current situation and conditions at sea, to provide the most enjoyable excursion for all participants. 

Flexible cancellation policy: Full refund of the deposit for cancellations and changes are free of charge up to 24 hours prior to the arrival date. The boat is not booked until the deposit has been received. Upon request the boat can be kept on hold for 7 days until the payment has been successfully transferred.

The Blue Cave in Croatia is located on the small island of Bisevo near the island of Vis. It is accessible only by private boats. There is also a Blue Cave located near Dubrovnik, also a popular attraction when visiting south Croatia. 

20.06. – 10.09.                  Other dates:               

18eur /person                  12eur/person

9 eur/child 6-10yrs        6 eur/child 6-10 yrs

Children up to 6 are free of charge

The Blue Cave island hopping tour is designed to make the most out of your day by visiting many locations. As there is a 1 hour and 30 minute boat ride to the Blue Cave, it would be a pity not to visit the other beautiful locations many being accessible only by private speedboats.

Private tours can be organized with the boat type of your choice and the route being completely up to you.

In case of bad weather conditions, the company holds the right to cancel the tour. Guests can reschedule for another day. If other dates are not suitable, the payment will be fully refunded. 

This tour is suitable for children, however taking into consideration that it lasts 10 hours, it is not recommended for small children. We recommend choosing the cabin boat for the maximum comfort and safety for small children.

Please consult with our agents prior to booking for a wheelchair and stroller accessible boat

Pets are allowed on private tours. Our private tours are tailor made based on your wishes with special attention to pet friendly tours.