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Blue & Green Cave (island Bisevo) - Tourist InformationBLUE CAVE
Most famous and most beautiful cave, the Blue cave, located on island Bisevo, in Balun bay, is breathtaking visiting location.
Blue Cave is visited by ove 10 000 tourists each year, who can come there with private boat transfers or boat rentals from Hvar, Vis, Split or Komiza. Island Bisevo is around 5 nm far from town Komiza on island Vis. It has surface of 5,84 km2. It is hilly island with highest peak Strazbenica, 240 m. Island Bisevo produces wine Bisevo Plavac. On island Bisevo there is church of St. Silvester.
Natural entrance to the cave is below sea level and artificial entrance was built in 1884. so that small boats could enter the cave. You can get to Blue cave with private or group boat excursions from Hvar, Split or Vis.
Blue Cave is 15 m high, 10-12 m deep, 1.5-2.5 m wide and 24 m long.
Blue Cave is famous because of the sun rays entering the cave when the sun is high on the horizon, best between 11 am and 1 pm, and making blue light inside the cave.
Most famous attraction inside the cave is stone bar which connects two walls.
Blue cave has typical karst form and it is interesting geomorphological site.
It is not allowed to swim in Blue cave. When you get to island Bisevo you will get inside small boats which will take you on around 20-minutes tour inside the cave.
From 01.07.-31.08. entrance ticket is 50 kunas per adult person, 25 kunas for children from 6-12 years old and free for children till 6 years old.
From 01.04.-30.06. and from 01.09.-31.10. entrance ticket is 40 kunas per adult person, 20 kunas for children from 6-12 years old and free for children till 6 years old.
Blue cave has been described by Baron Ransonet.
Green Cave is located on south-west side of island Ravnik, south of island Vis.
Sun penetrates through the ceiling opening and makes green light inside because of green seaweed. It was named after that green light.
Green Cave has two entrances divided by stone column. You can enter the cave with small boats. Inside the cave is allowed to swim and snorkle.
Green cave is abrasive cave where ships found shelter during World War II.
Green cave can be reaches with private boat transfers from island Hvar or island Vis. You can rent a boat in Hvar, Vis or Komiza and come to Green cave. From Split are availble group or private boat excursions to Green cave.