Palagruža

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Departure: 8 AM
Duration: aprox. 9 hours
Price includes: insurance,boat ride,skipper,fuel,safety gear, soft drinks & water, one meal (lunch package), SUP boards, snorkeling gear
Level: easy and children friendly
Min. pax: 4

We offer this tour regarding the weather condition and we keep the right to cancel it in case of bad weather. In this case your money will be refunded.

Price per person: 210 € / 1575 kn

This boat tour starts from our base in Milna bay on south-east side of island Vis. Short after departure first stop will be island of Ravnik and its phenomenon GREEN CAVE. Leaving Green cave we continue our adventure for two hours navigation in direction south to Palagruža island and its archipelago. This archipelago is placed in the middle of Adriatic slightly closer to the Italian the Croatian coast. During clear weather it is possible to see its coast. This geo position guaranty you clearest sea you can get. Once we are there suggestion is to start to explore this not just natural but also historical important place. You can do it by stand up paddling, snorkeling and swimming or hiking around or you can do all of it. During our stay we will do a panoramic cruise through this unique archipelago. After the lunch break you can hike up to the top of the island 100 m (320ft) high where biggest lighthouse on the Adriatic, built in 1875, is dominating. If you do it you will be rewarded with 360 endlessly blue view of Adriatic and the archipelago.  After getting back to the boat we will set our course direction to the Vis island and after two hours of navigation we´ll be back at our base.

  • Towel

  • Hat

  • Sunscreen

  • Swimming shoes

  • Bathing suit

  • Hiking shoes

Palagruža archipelago boat tour

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Island of Palagruža

Palagruza’s name describes the maritime nature of this small island surrounded by the infinite sea. At this point, some 38 NM from island of Vis, you will find a little archipelago. Larger island, called Vela or Velika (‘Great’) Palagruža, and a smaller one, Mala (‘Little’) Palagruža, as well as a dozen nearby rocks and reefs composed of dolomite. All the main islets are in the form of steep ridges.  It is uninhabited, except by lighthouse staff and occasional summer tourists. This windy and isolated island has conditioned a long line of remarkabilities of animal and plant kingdoms.