An excursion is based on the previous knowledge of our most skilled skipper who spent much time sailing all around the Vis and its archipelago. The excursion starts right after breakfast at 07:30 in the morning and we make our way towards the island of Biševo where we do a tour of a notable cave named Modra špilja. This cave incites a great interest among visitors and in case of a great number of tourist that are already there, we will explore lonely coves and other points of interest around the island. After the famous Modra špilja, we will visit Porat bay, where the sandy beach is ideal for playing a local game named Picigin and having breakfast. After that, we will sail along the western coast of Vis and come to St. Bishop bay, a large stone bay where Monkseal cave is located. Monk seal caves length, pastel colors and sea purity are very specific and beautiful. After we spend some time swimming we will sail along the Biševo canal towards Barjoška bay on the island of Vis. Barjoška bay was an excellent strategic position used throughout the middle ages since from it you have a flawless view of the islands Barjake, Svetac, and Brusnik. The bay itself contains a few points of interest - a beautiful pebble beach and old military cannons from the former Jugoslavija. Next phase of the excursion is a tour of the city of Komiža which is a synonym for fisherman tradition in Croatia. People of Komiža have been a most excellent fisherman for more than 500 years so their distinct traditions make their city different from other coastal cities of Croatia. After that, we will go to the mid part of the island which is surrounded by vineyards. There we will have lunch in a family restaurant which has its own winery and ambient authentic for Vis. We continue our excursion exploring the south side of Vis. Will visit Stiniva cove which is famous for its unusual shape. After that, we will do a tour of little caves and few picked out coves where the tour guide will tell you several local legends. Our next stop is Budihovac archipelago, a natural lagune ideal for rest and walks with a donkey named Julie, the symbol of the island. After a whole day of swimming and exploring, we will sail towards Split around and reach it around 19 o'clock.
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