Sea kayaking – Green cave
The island of Vis, with its indented coast line, numerous islands and cliffs, hidden bays, sandy beaches and sea caves is one of the most attractive kayaking destinations in the Adriatic. Untouched nature and natural phenomena such as the Green cave will leave no one unimpressed. Discover the islands of Vis and Biševo with professional guides and find the well hidden beauty.
INFO: Sit on top “Dag Lagoon 2” kayaks for two, with a barrel as dry container for your possessions. Prior experience in rowing is not a requirement. Tours are guided. Meeting point is in Rukavac bay, transfer by van is included in the price.. Tour is appropriate for children above 12. CLICK ON PHOTOGALLERY
Kayaking south part of Vis island /Green cave /Stiniva bay
Departure from Komiza or Vis by van to Rukavac bay on the southern side of the island. We will start from this bay towards the Green Cave which is located on the side of the island of Ravnik facing the open sea. The cave is characteristic for a visible green light beam coming from the opening on its top and breaking in the sea. The cave has two entrances similar to portals and is very spacious. Upon entering you will see the lively green pillar. After visiting the Green Cave we will row to the bay of Stiniva – the most attractive bay on the island of Vis. We will reach it through a narrow passage and discover its real beauty. As if enclosed by powerful tall rocks, where age-old pine trees stand as guards, there is only the beach and a couple of small fishermen’s houses wrapped in a world of their own. Swimming , lunch optional in Stiniva bay. After visiting Stiniva bay we will visit Silver beach and Ruda bay. Return to Rukavac, transfer to Komiza/Vis town.
Departure at 9.00 , arrival at 14.00
Kayaking – NW part of Vis island-Komiza- Knezica bay-Perna -Barjoska bay
We will start to paddle from Komiza in the nort-west direction of Vis island. On the way we will visit three nice beaches, hear the story about Manjarema fort, whose remnants witness the well known naval battle, known as the battle of Vis from 1866.. Our last stop is Barjoska bay, beautiful bay where you will enjoy crystal sea and if you want to keep away from the sun, natural shade from pine trees will protect you.You can also take a walk and enjoy in the scents of rosemary, lavender and other herbs – you were probably not aware of the fact that there are over 300 kinds of herbs growing on the island. Break, if you are interested in military history you can take a walk with our guide to ex military bunnkers in Barjoška.
Departure at 08.00, return at 12.00 h