Blue Cave

This natural phenomenon is situated in the south of the island of Biševo. The cave is formed with wave action on the limestone rocks. The sun’s rays that enter in the cave, creating beautiful blue light for which the cave was named. The sun’s rays penetrate through limestone rock in the ceiling of the cave, are deducted from the sea surface and creates an unforgettable effect of flooding the blue color throughout the cave.


Light will really impress inside the cave and will seem unreal and fairy tale. Sometimes it is really strange what is the beauty of nature created.The entrance for the boat to the cave was built in 1884. The ideal time to enter the cave is between 11 and 12 o’clock in the morning, because of the low tide to allow boats to freely enter the depths of the cave. Blue cave is 24 meters long, 15 high, while its depth ranges between 10 and 12 meters. The entrance to the cave is somewhat smaller, for example, the entrance is 2.5 meters wide and 1.5 meters high. Because underwater fissures in the limestone rocks, this is an attractive location for cave divers. Because of its attractive appearance and unforgettable adventures offered by this cave, a year is visited by more than 10,000 tourists.



Tourist boats that visit this cave, often in its offer includes a visit to the Green Cave which is equally attractive. Island Biševo is due to the Blue Grotto became world famous as an unavoidable natural attraction of the Adriatic. When the boat entering this magical cave you’ll want to never get out of this natural sensation. Games of light inside the cave will leave you breathless. Give yourself an unforgettable trip of life and set off with us on the island Bisevo in a beautiful bay Balun, on which lies this pearl of the Adriatic archipelago.