Book thrilling speed boat tour from Split town and have a great day full of adventures and stunning sights. Swim in turquoise water and visit small charming fishermen villages where you can learn about the culture and history of our islands!
Your journey starts at the meeting point early in the morning. After boarding, you will enjoy pleasant speedboat ride to the Biševo island.
Island Vis & Blue cave:
There, you will jump in a small fishing boat so you can enter the extraordinary place in the Croatian archipelago, the Blue Cave. Magnificent blue colour plays with natural light that is passing to the cave right in front of your eyes.
There is one more interesting cave worth to visit, Monk Seal Cave. The Monk Seal Cave is the longest cave on the island of Biševo, around 160 m long and it was the home of monk seals in the past.
After visiting the caves, you will continue the journey to the lovely fisherman’s village of Komiža on Vis island. One hour of time will be enough time to check out the narrow streets and houses, pebble beaches or have a coffee on the promenade. Komiža is very proud of fishermen’s history, therefore you also have a chance to visit a Fisherman’s museum located in the old Venetian tower.
Cruising around the southern side of the Vis, we will make a stop on the naturally hidden beach with cliffs, Stiniva. Beach is stunning and you will have free time to take a swim and snorkel.
One more island Ravnik in on our way, where we can visit Green Cave if the group chooses.
Therefore, there is a Budikovac island where we go snorkelling in shallow water and have a refresh in one coffee bar and restaurant.
Pakleni islands & Hvar
On the way back we will pass Pakleni islands from the seaside where your skippers will be nice to wait for you to take great photos.
Passing Pakleni islands, you will get to the magnificent town Hvar on the island of Hvar. Hvar is rich with cultural heritage and you will have enough free time to sightsee or to have lunch. For instance, from the promenade, you have a 20-minute walk to the fortress Španjola that is overlooking Hvar and all Pakleni islands where you get a breathtaking view. In the old town, you can see Arsenal-the third old theatre in Europe, the Cathedral of Saint Stephen, Bishop’s palace.
After all, it is time to go on our boat and have a nice ride back. Speed boat tour ends in Split around 6:30 pm.
Speed boat tour Split itinerary:
07:30 / 08:00 Departure from Split (depends on the season)
09:00 – 09:15 Sightseeing of Blue Cave
09:30 – 09:45 Monk Seal Cave
10:00 – 11:00 Visiting Komiža, free time for coffee
11:30 -12:00 Swimming in Stiniva Cove
12:30 –13:45 Swimming and snorkelling at Blue Lagoon – island Budikovac
14:00 – 14:15 Panoramic view of Pakleni islands
14:30 – 17:00 Town Hvar – free time for sightseeing and lunch
18:30 Return to Split
19:30 Return to Trogir
Speed boat tour Split highlights:
– Natural beauties
– Stunning Blue Cave
– Famous Hvar island
– Speedboat ride
– fisherman village Komiža
Speed boat tour Split price:
April, October: Adults 100 EUR / Children 70 EUR
May, June, September: Adults 110 EUR / Children 80 EUR
July, August: Adults 125 EUR / Children 100 EUR
*Children (5-7 years)
*Not recommended for pregnant women and participants with back problems
– Pleasant speedboat ride
– Visit of the longest cave on island Biševo – Monk Seal Cave
– Bottled water
– Use of Snorkeling equipment
– English speaking Driver/guide
– Boat fuel
– All taxes, fees, insurance and handling charges
– Wind jackets
– Life jackets on the boat
– Safety equipment
– Hotel Pick up and drop off
What to take:
Comfortable clothes and shoes for walking, swimming suit, sun protection, towel, hat, camera.
We are closely monitoring weather conditions each day making sure you are safe and comfortable on the water. In case of bad weather and tour cancellation, you will be fully refunded for any amount paid. If you would like to check the weather forecast for upcoming days, please click HERE.
Split – Matejuška pier, on the top of the pier, under the Croatian flag, address Trumbićeva obala 2