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Private Speedboat Tours From Split

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Private or Tailor-Made Boat Tours  

Enjoy the beauty of the Dalmatian islands and coasts on the Blue Shark's custom-made private boat tours. Our offer of private tours is for those guests who like intimacy, the Adriatic sea beauty, and exclusive boats and have a day tour to themselves.

The most popular Dalmatian tourist destinations are the main topic of Blue Shark private tour selection. Our private tours offer:

However, with our tour package, a private tour means that the guest can choose the Dalmatian locations themselves a few days after the tour is booked. The private tours are tailor-made and the guests can design their own tour with Blue Shark team cooperation. The benefit of private Blue Shark tours is that the cost of the tour itself includes fuel.

We'll list the most well-known locations that you can visit and include on your unique private boat tour from Split Riva. Blue Shark guarantees you a top-notch crew and skipper, as well as first-rate ships outfitted with the most cutting-edge technology. The boats are primarily fast, safe, and extremely comfortable and are described in the previous blog as well as on the page "Our Boats."

Blue Cave on Bisevo Island

Blue cave with an endless blue light on Bisevo Island as one of most popular sea cave on Adriatic

On Bisevo island, the dazzling Blue Cave is the most well-known attraction. The name refers to a phenomenon where, at certain times of the day, a strong blue light can be seen in the cave. Only 2.5 meters wide and 1.5 meters high at the entrance, the cave on Bisevo's eastern side is 24 meters long and 12 meters deep.

The water inside the cave emits a beautiful, shimmering blue light around noon, and the cave itself appears to shine blue. This is caused by light entering the cave through an aperture. A must-see place is the Blue Cave in Bisevo! However, the island of Bisevo is far from Split and requires a longer speedboat drive. Also, in the summer, there can be a lot of people and boats in front of the cave.

The Blue Grotto is among the most well-known natural wonders and the most exquisite sea caves on the Adriatic. In spite of all possible problems such as distance and summer crowds, don't miss the Blue Cave! The Blue Shark private tour, the Blue Cave Tour, takes you to Bisevo and Blue Cave, among other famous Adriatic destinations.

With Blue Shark private tours, you can be captain for one day.

 Stiniva Cove And Beach On The Island Of Vis

On the island of Vis, the furthest inhabited island in Croatia, in the south, you'll find Stiniva beach. High cliffs that form a small "sea entrance" to this pebble beach with a clear turquoise sea dominate Stiniva Cove, which is renowned for its exceptional natural beauty. It was selected as Europe's most gorgeous beach by the travel organization European Best Destinations.

The world-famous British newspaper The Telegraph broke the news on May 18, 2016, as did numerous other international news websites.

The most beautiful bay on Vis Island is Stiniva. The bay is surrounded by tall unreachable stone rocks and is about 600 meters long and 100 meters wide at the entrance.

Several abandoned fishing shacks can be found at the bottom of the bay; these structures, along with the bay itself, are protected as a natural reserve. The beach is one of the most beautiful places in the Adriatic and is amazingly ideal for all summertime activities.

One of the most popular Dalmatian tourist destinations is the Stiniva beach on the island of Vis.

The Island Of Vis

Island of Vis

One of Croatia's most unique locations, Vis Island has a unique atmosphere unmatched anywhere else on the Adriatic. The Croatian island of Vis is the farthest from the main land. Vis, a former Yugoslav military outpost, was actually off limits to visitors until 1991. Vis resembles Croatian tourism more accurately than it did before people from other countries became aware of the islands.

The Croatian Adriatic island of Vis is a gem; it has been untouched by tourism development for a very long time and, because of its advantageous location on the open sea, it has long been a military zone.

Since Croatia gained its independence, the island has gradually opened up to the outside world, sharing its distinctive customs, history, cultural heritage, and natural splendors, and it is now one of the most well-liked tourist attractions in Croatia. Many Vis residents left the island in search of a better life throughout the island's lengthy and turbulent history. These days, this pattern has changed, and many visitors from abroad settle permanently on the stunning Croatian island of Vis. 

It is challenging to enumerate all the island's attractions because, aside from the previously mentioned Stiniva Cove, Vis has broken its isolation and now welcomes visitors looking for a unique, more genuine Dalmatian experience. It is strongly advised to travel to the island. On August 1, 2010, this entry was published.

The Island Of Brac

The town of Bol on the island of Brac

One of the most alluring locations in the Adriatic is the town of Bol on the island of Brac. It is popular among international jet-setters and is fashionable among Croats. Bol, which is situated directly beneath Mount Vidova Gora, is renowned for having Zlatni rat, also known as The Golden Horn, as the most beautiful Adriatic beach. It is one of the most well-liked tourist destinations in Dalmatia due to the variety of cultural and historical sites there.

Bol is a great vacation spot due to the scenery, sunny climate, and clear sea. Bol provides visitors with a wealth of historical and cultural heritage.

The Island of Brac is the third-largest island in the Adriatic Sea and the largest of the central Dalmatian group of islands. It is best known for the white-pebble Zlatni Rat (Golden Cape) beach, a popular spot for windsurfing outside of Bol, a resort town. The capital of the island is Supetar. Its cultural offerings include numerous Baroque summer palaces, a renowned Dominican monastery, and a rich archaeological collection.

Bol offers a variety of sports and leisure pursuits, but the most popular among visitors are windsurfing and scuba diving. It is essential to sample genuine Dalmatian cuisine when visiting Bol. The fish specialties served in Brac's restaurants and bars are renowned for pairing well with the region's world-famous wines.

Beach of the Golden Horn

The well-liked beach Golden Horn 

One of the most stunning pebble beaches on the Croatian coast, the Golden Horn is also a well-known landmark for Bol and the island of Brac.

It was formed by the accumulation of fine, golden sand around the underwater reef, which extended like a tongue up to 500 meters deep. The peak of "Zlatni rat" is constantly changing due to winds, waves, and currents, making it a unique experience each and every time. The Golden Horn is a popular spot for kite and surfboard riders from all over the world and is an area that is protected by natural territory.

The Zlatni rat is the most striking and recognizable symbol of Bol and Brac, drawing tourists from all over the world to the island's stunning beach. Every speedboat private tour includes time on the island and at the beach.

UNESCO heritage-the town of Trogir

The Town of Trogir

The town of Trogir has one of the best locations on the Dalmatian Coast, and the town near Split is one of the best Dalmatian summer vacation spots. The city has a long history that dates back to ancient times, and it has been inhabited by various civilizations, ranging from Greeks to Romans to Hungarians to Venetians. The town is also known as the "Little Venice of Dalmatia".

Because of its rich cultural heritage and authentic architecture, Trogir is sometimes referred to as a city-museum. Trogir has recently begun to organize an annual Medieval fair to commemorate its Medieval heritage.

Trogir and its surrounding area, including the island of Ciovo, are UNESCO World Heritage Sites. Trogir is situated in a narrow sea passage between the mainland and the island of Ciovo.

The islet is only 500 meters long and 250 meters wide. The tower of Saint Lawrence Cathedral, at 47m, is the highest point. It is close to the airport and Split, and its cultural heritage, combined with its nautical significance, has made Trogir a well-deservedly popular tourist destination.

The Blue Lagoon On The Island Of Drvenik

The Blue Lagoon is an ideal place for families with children to go snorkelling and swimming.

Drvenik's Blue Lagoon is an excellent Dalmatian bay with untouched nature. This wonderful Adriatic location with crystal clear water is ideal for swimming, snorkeling, and underwater photography. One of the more memorable experiences in the so-called Croatian tropical paradise is sunbathing and relaxing in the summer sun.

The lagoon is a popular destination for Dalmatian guests. The Blue Lagoon seabed is a mix of sand and seashells that, when combined with the summer sun, create a brilliant shade of turquoise. The sea is very clear, and there are numerous different species of fish to see. So, take your time exploring the seafloor. There are numerous types of sea urchins and starfish.

Snorkeling is, without a doubt, the best Blue Lagoon activity. The good news is that it is also simple to accomplish. Most importantly, because it is inexpensive and accessible to all on the Blue Shark boats as standard equipment. On a trip to Blue Lagoon, all you need is a snorkeling mask and a snorkel to explore the sea. The lagoon ensures privacy and a one-of-a-kind summer adventure on the Adriatic Sea.

The Town and Island The islands of Hvar and Pakleni

We left the Pakleni Islands and the island and town of Hvar as two of the most well-known Adriatic tourist destinations for the end of the post. The destinations are popular among guests and are included in most boat tours departing from Split as the unique Croatian destinations.

The town of Hvar is located on the same-named island and is the sunniest place in Europe. The town of Hvar is the most popular tourist destination in Croatia, attracting a wide range of visitors. The town has beautiful architecture that reflects its ancient and distinguished history, as well as a variety of cultural and historical sights.

The town has many famous landmarks, including the famous Fortica, Loggia, Arsenal, and the beautiful Theater. The city's architecture is stunning, and Hvar is ideal for exploring. Aside from its cultural and historical sites, Hvar is known for its luxury hotels and excellent bars, as well as a waterfront full of large yachts from all over the world.

The city is a Croatian touristic gem and the most visited destination in Dalmatia. It is important to note that the city, like all Croatian destinations, is extremely safe, making it ideal for team-building activities or family vacations.

The Pakleni Islands archipelago is located opposite the island of Hvar. Paklinski or Pakleni islands, also known as Hell's islands, were named after the tar produced by pine resin used to cook paklina. Paklina is a type of tar that is used to coat ships. The Paklinski islands are a popular tourist destination, and together with the nearby town and island of Hvar, they form one of Croatia's most popular tourist destinations. Numerous sheltered bays and beaches make this an ideal destination for active and safe summer vacations for families with children. The Carpe Diem bar, located in Stipanska bay on Marinkovac islet, is popular among partygoers. The clear Adriatic sea that surrounds the Pakleni islands is ideal for summer activities. There are many secluded coves throughout the archipelago that are ideal for spending a few hours relaxing and enjoying the Adriatic Sea.

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