Private To​urs from Hvar

Private Boat Cruise to Vis and Biševo Islands Tour - from Hvar


8 hours

Price from €2,233.00


Depart the Hvar island on a speed boat along the Pakleni Islands toward the Island of Vis and its fisherman village of Komiža. Positioned in a deep-lying open port on the western coastline of the Vis island at the foot of nearly 600-meter high Mt. Hum, Komiža (with 1667 residents according to 2001 census) remains a picturesque Mediterranean town, with the narrow streets, attractive stone houses squeezed together along the harbor and numerous beaches. Komiza is known as the birthplace of the fishing masters on the eastern coast of the Adriatic. 

Not only that its fishermen and their vessels dominated in the region and actively traded with neighboring shores, but, as American immigrants, they were also creating and generating the thriving fishing centers on both the South and North American Pacific coastlines. Upon visiting Komiža join your speed boat for a scenic 10-minute cruise to the nearby Island of Biševo famous for its Blue Cave. Your speed boat will bring you to the narrow cave entrance where you will be transferred into a small fisherman boat for the tour of the cave. Going deeply into the spacious cave, the sunlight creates unbelievable effects. After visiting the Blue Cave, continue your cruise back to Hvar.


Pick-up from the selected hotels within the Hvar town area.

Free time in Komiža.

Komiža is located in a deep bay on the western side of the island of Vis, below the 600-meter-high mountain Hum.

It is a typical Mediterranean village, which attracts the tourists with beautiful beaches and with narrow roads and houses squeezed together around the harbour. Thanks to mild Mediterranean climate, the stay in Komiža is pleasant also in the winter months. There are gravel beaches along the whole east coast of the Bay of Komiža with sources of drinking water: Gusarica, Nova posta, Velo žalo.

Tour of the Blue Cave.

The small island of Biševo, located less than five nautical miles from Komiža, hides the famous Modra Špilja (the Blue Cave), which was painted in 1884 and described by baron Eugen von Ransonet. At his initiative, the entrance to the cave was widened and so became accessible to the whole world. Thus visible, beauty of the cave, coloured in silvery blue, has constantly attracted tourists ever since. The cave has two openings - a smaller one artificially made so that boats can pas through, while the other, a much wider arch, lies beneath the sea level on the south side of the cave.
Sunlight that penetrates through this underwater entrance firstly breaks and then reflects from the bottom of the cave.

Drop-off at the hotel.


We offer pick-up to the following places for this experience:

Custom pick up
Hotel Palace Elisabeth Hvar
Hotel Amfora, Hvar
Hotel Podstine, Hvar

 What's included?

Tour guide
Private boat
Private transfer
Entrance fee to Modra špilja (the Blue Cave)
Hotel pick-up and drop-off


Tips and gratuities

 What do I need to bring?


 Cancellation policy

Refund if cancelled at least 2 days before the event

  Live tour guide


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