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We travel, some of us forever, to seek other places, other lives, other souls.
Once you come to the island of Vis, it might be exactly the thing you were looking for the most of your life! A mysterious, beautiful island is a treasure trove of personality, but also an incredible history. So let the journey leave you speechless. Board the speedboat to experience the outstanding beauty of the Blue Cave and mystical Stiniva cove. Fabulous and mysterious villages preserving an imposing history. Furthermore, the ex-navy tunnels contribute to an unrepeatable experience and atmosphere.
Stop your wanderlust and find out more…
A private tour means that everything can be customized to your needs and desires. Sightseeing schedule, attractions, departure time, time spent at a particular location … it’s all a matter of your desires and expectations. However, one of our ideas is as follows:
1We are extremely proud to present a remarkable natural masterpiece – The Blue Cave – one of the most visited attractions in Croatia.
It takes around 1:30 h pleasant ride by our speed boat to get in front of the cave. Once you get there, you take a small, wooden boat which takes you through a narrow rocky passage, passable only when the sea is calm.
The boat slowly floats around the cave for approximately 15 minutes.
Enjoy this stunning beauty and get unforgettable memories.
2After this natural beauty, we are taking you to Komiža, a picturesque village from the 12th century, situated on the island Vis.
There you can feel the spirit of traditional life of the old fishermen.
Explore narrow alleys between slender houses, pebble beaches or you can just enjoy some breakfast and coffee.
3Our tour goes on towards Stiniva Cove, proclaimed as the European best beach in 2016.
The beach can be reached by a slightly longer goat trail.
We enter the bay with our speed boat, only for sightseeing.
High rocks which are surrounding the hidden bay from 2 sides are fascinating!
In case of good weather conditions and if the bay is not too crowded, we might have some short time for swimming.
But don´t regret if not, the view on the Cove is speechless!
4Our next location is Budikovac, a small, uninhabited island located in the Vis archipelago.
The island has a beautiful pebble beach with beach bars and it´s a great place for swimming and snorkeling.
This area is also known as The Blue Lagoon on island Vis, and it´s a favorite destination for many tourists
5Vis, with its ancient name Issa, was the first ancient organized state and the first ancient Adriatic city founded by Greek settlers in the 4th century BC which minted own money.
It was protected by the city walls; only a small part still remains.
In the ancient world Issa gained a special fame by the excellence of its wines.
Now you have the opportunity to explore the remains of the Greek or Roman Empire or create your own history.
Go for a walk, enjoy the lunch and taste a glass of the traditional wine Vugava of Vis.
6During the whole trip our crew is there to discover some special gems.
On the way back we will take you to see the mysterious military installations and tunnels blended into the untouched nature.
Besides Island Vis private tour you might also like Blue Cave, Vis & Hvar private tour, Hidden gems – Vela Rina & Blue lagoon private tour, Hvar & Pakleni islands or Sunset tour.
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Every day / On request
Trogir – on the waterfront, in front of the Kamerlengo fortress, or according the information and details you received from the Secret paradise agency or the agency representatives
Split – Matejuška pier – Split waterfront – at the top of the pier under the flag on the address Trumbićeva obala, or according the information and details you received from the Secret paradise agency or the agency representatives
For other pick-up points and departure times please check options through our contact phone 00385 21 358 165 / 00385 98 192 6746 or e-mail: email@example.com
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