The amazing Blue Cave Croatia - Biševo Island

Croatia is a country of numerous incredibly alluring islands, and the only bad thing about it is that, unfortunately, you can visit only some of them during your vacation. However, our breathtaking island of Brac is situated in a strategic place from which you can do many day tours on close-by islands like Hvar, Vis, Korcula and many others.

When writing down your places-to-visit list from Bol, be sure to include the breathtaking island of Biševo and it’s Blue Cave.

Why should you visit Biševo island and it's Blue cave?

Biševo island is a pretty small and uninhabited island near the island of Vis, but it hides one of Croatia’s best natural beauty spots – the breathtaking Blue cave Croatia. Like most sea caves, this one was also formed by the action of sea waves that eroded the limestone rock over time. They have created a small entrance, only 2.5 meters wide and 1.5 meters high, making the entry into the cave exciting with a pinch of adventure-like feeling. But then, once you “step” inside, there is a whole other world – something like the Narnia closet, just a summer version of it.

There is an exact time of the day when one should visit the cave to enjoy the play of lights to its fullest. Usually, that happens around midday when the sunlight reflects from the white sea bottom and generates spectacular shades of blue light coloring the water and seafloor silvery white. As the Blue cave Croatia is a small cave, at just 24 meters long, 15 meters high and not more than 12 meters deep, the experience of entering it with a small boat is really thrilling and unique. Just duck your head and enjoy the passage from a slightly chaotic open sea environment with lots of boats and tourists to a super calm world filled with relaxing colors.

Are there other natural beauty spots to visit near the Blue Cave?

There are numerous amazing places you can visit in the proximity of the Blue cave Croatia. The island of Vis hides many breathtaking gems like the Stiniva beach bay – a romance-dramatic beach surrounded by cliffs and vibrant turquoise water. Almost all organized tours for the island of Biševo make a stop at this amaying baz where zou can spend your time swimming, snorkelling, or simply enjoying the view from the beach or a charming local bar.

On the western side of the island of Vis, you can visit the picturesque town of Komiža. Charming traditional dalmatian houses, winding narrow streets, and rich cultural heritage will be quite enough to impress you. You can relax even more by enjoying the authentic Dalmatian cuisine in konoba restaurant – true gems of an authentic culinary experience.

The tours also include a visit to a small island of Budikovac, where you can enjoy another spectacular movie-like scenery of the Blue Lagoon.

Another wildly beautiful natural spot nearby is the Green Cave, quite larger than the Blue cave, but with harmonious emerald tones which awake powerful emotions. The entrance to the cave is also larger and higher than the one of the Blue cave so you can enjoy the views differently, exploring it while swimming and snorkeling, as you will not be able to do the same in the Blue cave.

You will create some precious memories by visiting these magnificent places – it is really worth your time (and money). The best part is that you can visit all these places in one day, as they are well planned to enjoy each and every new site you visit with ease.

For visiting the Blue cave from Bol, you can choose between group and private tours. Feel free to contact us for more information to select the option that suits you best easily.