Stops that are usually included in this tour are Green cave, Stiniva beach Vis, Budikovac, and Blue cave.
We usually plan lunch at the end of the tour in Palmizana bay where you have 2-3 restaurants and a Laganini beach bar, perfect for the final swim, drinks, or just relaxing. Lunch is not included in the price of the tour.
Blue cave cannot be visited during high wind from the south because the waves block its entrance.
When it comes to private all-day trips we usually schedule them to start at 10:00 in order to avoid the so-called ”rush hour” at the port and in the channel (most trips start at about 11:00 and the sea gets too busy with boat traffic). This also gives us a head start in a way that we try to avoid crowds and terrible waiting at stops included in tours. All-day tours usually end at about 5:30, or 6:00 p.m. but that really depends on the chosen tour and our clients. Some decide to cut the trip short or others have too much fun and don’t want to be rushed.
As for pick up place that is always agreed on. It can be from the port or at a nearby hotel. This depends on where guests are staying and don’t change the price (as long as it is in Hvar town).
All-inclusive yacht charters including pickup and drop-off ranging from 900 € to 2000 € to per day (depending on season and availability) for up to 15 people.
Sailing into summer
Blue cave on the island of Bisevo
Famous Stiniva rock beach
Sandy Stoncica beach
Pakleni islands with Palmizana bay
Biševo Island leaves everyone breathless. The combination of natural phenomena, sandy bays, friendly islanders, high-quality Biševo Plavac wine, and other island products will remain in your memory forever. The Island of Biševo is 5 nautical miles from the town of Komiza (on Vis island), and it is best known for its rare natural phenomenon, the Blue Cave.
Why is this cave so fascinating and different from similar blue caves? According to many globetrotters and distinguished travelers, the Blue Cave of Biševo by its beauty, surpasses the world-famous Grotta Azzurra on Capri Island, near Naples. It was proclaimed a protected geomorphological monument of nature in 1951.
Komiza (the oldest fisherman village in Croatia) retains the flavor of a Mediterranean fishing village even though it is becoming increasingly popular as a beach resort and launching pad to the Blue Cave. A jumble of pleasantly ramshackle 17th and 18th-century houses crowd around a port and bay at the foot of Hum hill.
The impressive Stiniva bay on the island of Vis is the farthest inhabited island in Dalmatia. The beach is known for its unique natural beauty dominated by high cliffs surrounding this hidden gem from the seaside. The natural preserved beauty of the Stiniva beach was recognized in 2016 by Brussels-based tourism organization European Best Destinations, placing the Stiniva at the top of the most beautiful beaches in Europe.