Blue Cave or Blue Grotto is a natural treasure located on the island of Biševo, near the island of Vis. The cave is famous for its silvery-blue color, created by light refraction of sunlight entering through a crack in the stone. Needless to say, it leaves nobody indifferent.
It wasn’t until recently that the cave was open for public, so you will be one of its first explorers. But the voice of its beauty has spread quickly, so it gets pretty crowded.
You cannot enter the cave by yourself, but there are plenty of tour agencies that get you there. Most of them embark in Split and offer different island-hopping tours. There are also many tours that embark from the islands in central Dalmatia.
The best time to visit the cave is between 10 AM and 2 PM when the sun is high and hits the sea surface at just the right angle.
Time spent in cave is limited to 15 minutes so make sure you take enough photos and make new memories.
Unfortunately it is not allowed to swim in the cave, but nevertheless, it will be a memorable trip!