Enjoy the best Blue Cave Escape tour 

We invite you to go on this adventure with us and we hope that this one day trip will leave you memories for a life time that you will gladly recount over and over again.

Blue Cave

Get insight of Dalmatian jewel and explore our glaring blue cave on Biševo island. There are 10 caves on this little island but this one took everyone’s breath away. The cave is 24 meters long, 12 meters wide and up to 16 meters deep. This phenomenon was declared a protected geomorphological natural monument in 1951. and it was first described and painted by baron Eugen von Ransonet at 1884. We suggest you to take your phones away and enjoy magical moments spent in the cave that you will remember forever.


Since 1967. Stiniva bay located on the island of Vis is a protected part of the nature under the status of a significant landscape. The beautiful bay was created during the Ice age, when the sea level was 120 meters lower than today. It received great recognition 2016. when it was declared the most beautiful beach in Europe. The white pebbles, the stunning clear sea and the rocks that surrounded the beach are truly a magnificent sight that you will surely enjoy. Stiniva is therefore the perfect place for lovers of wonderfully clear sea and wild landscape. 


Budikovac is a small uninhabited island on the southest side of the island Vis. No wonder sailors consider it a paradise because it is protected from the winds by the islet of Mali Budikovac and the rocks of Sanuk. The fact that the bottom of the lagoon can be seen from the surface shows how clean the sea is. That’s why Budikovac is just perfect for swimming and snorkeling with the equipment we provide. The colour of the lagoon is turquoise but it is constantly changing as the sun rays are reflecting on the surface of the sea. We included this spot in our speedboat tour because we wanted you to see the best from the Adriatic Sea. So grab your swimsuit, underwater camera and good mood and explore the depths of this amazing lagoon.

Pakleni Islands

The Pakleni Islands are a group of 14 little islands near the island of Hvar and are protected and preserved part of the Adriatic coast. Deep coves and smaller islets contribute to the exotic beauty of these islands. The biggest island in this group is Sveti Klement and it’s Palmižana Resort. Palmižana is the most famous resort on Pakleni islands with a nautical marina. It is surrounded by a dense pine forest and various exotic plants like rosemary, sage, basil and cactus. In addition, to pebble and stone beaches for swimming, you will also find several restaurants and lounge bar like Totos, Tori or Laganini where you can have a tase of Dalmatian cuisine and grab a lunch or a cocktail.


We can not forget about the island of sun and lavander which is one of the leading spots in Croatia. It is also known as the sunniest Croatian island with an average of 2726 sunny hours per year with irresistible Sea and luxurious lavander bushes. Thanks to its memorable history and rich cultural heritage, Hvar is the most popular island in Croatia. According to local residents, it is an island that does not sleep during the whole season. Hvar has 936 monuments, 6 of which are protected by UNESCO and a first civic theater in Europe. The island has 4 administrative centres – Jelsa, Hvar, Sućuraj and Stari Grad which is also considered the oldest city in Croatia founded by the Greeks. 

Your free time on the island will just fly by and you won’t know what to see first so here are a few tips: go for a walk to St. Stephan’s square, check local lavander shops, visit Spanjola fortress and if you are really enthusiastic, climb up the fortress Fortica and take some impressive pictures.