Blue cave from Split
Witness the originality and magnificence of the Blue Cave on Biševo Island with our Blue Cave from Split. Take a dip in the emerald waters inside Green Cave and float in Stiniva Cove, taking in the towering cliffs that encircle you. Strap on your diving mask and explore a thriving underwater world by Pakleni Islands before nibbling on local specialities in Palmižana Bay. Sign off your day with a stroll through the quaint streets of Hvar Town, lined with Venetian palaces, a palm-dotted seafront, and bustling squares.

What are we going to visit?

Blue Cave, Stiniva Cove, Green cave, Budikovac Island, Turquoise Lagoon, Palmižana Bay, guided tour of Hvar town. On this full day speedboat tour, get the ultimate snapshot of central Dalmatia.
Discover one of Croatia’s most stunning natural masterpieces; the Blue Cave on Biševo Island where the rays of the sun provide a glowing blue light in the grotto.


By the peculiar beauty of its lakes and waterfalls, Plitvice are one of the most beautiful and most popular excursion areas in Southern Europe. This famous national park was granted UNESCO World Heritage status in 1979. Located approximately halfway between capital city Zagreb and Split on the coast, the lakes are a definite must see in Croatia.


Split rafting tour includes 3 hours of rafting on the nine kilometers long route of Cetina river. Here you can see rapids, waterfalls, caves and quiet parts of the river rich in flora and fauna. The intriguing and thrilling experience of Cetina river canyon includes the combination of showering waterfalls and deep green pools. Relax and enjoy the beauty of the Cetina canyon. If you want to experience the rafting adventure on the Cetina River you do not need to be physically prepared or experienced. Children aged 7 – 12 can also experience this adventure but accompanied by their parents.


Split Sea Kayaking is known as one of the most popular summer activities in Split, Croatia. Not only can you explore our beautiful sea, but you can also hear a lot of interesting stories told by our guide! Split sea kayaking includes more than kayaking, it also includes cliff climbing, cliff jumping, snorkeling and underwater photoshooting.


Krka waterfalls were given the status of a national park in 1985. Today, Krka is one of Croatia’s most famous national parks. We highly recommend visiting the park if you are a nature lover, since this tour will give you a better insight into the breathtaking beauty of Croatian nature. Discover the impressive waterfalls of Krka river and treat yourself with a once in a lifetime experience.


In case you always wanted to experience diving why not take the chance while you’re in Croatia and try it with a experienced instructor in Split! Our team is young and enthusiastic and willing to teach you how to discover underwater beauties of Split deepest secrets..Let’s go Split diving today!



Split’s history is more than 1700 years old! Our expert guides Lucy, Danko, Darko, Ina, Nataša, Mijo, Tanja and Luka can easily bring the past alive and would gladly share the facts and inside stories with you. This 75 min tour includes Diocletians palace, St. Duje’s Cathedral, Peristil, statue of Gregory, The Golden Gate, Vestibul and much more!

Travel through time and admire Split’s must–see art and architecture and unlock Split’s many secrets with some of the best guides in town!


Lucy, Danko, Darko, Ina, Mijo, Nataša, Tanja and Luka will bring the past alive and share the facts and inside stories with you on the best rated tour in town. Split walking tour includes the Roman part of town (Diocletian palace) and Medieval part of town (City hall, promenade, Fish market..)

The ruins of the Palace, can be found throughout the city. The cathedral locally known as St. Duje church was built in the Middle Ages, reusing materials from the ancient mausoleum. Twelfth- and 13th-century Romanesque churches, medieval fortifications, 15th-century Gothic palaces and other palaces in Renaissance and Baroque style make up the rest of the protected area.


GOURMET TOUR Split culinary tour
We challenge you to experience Split and become “foodies for a day”

Starts from the Golden Gate heading to the most social place in the town called Pjaca, where all town secrets and gossips can be heard. Then we get to the gourmet fish market known as Peskarija; finding out more about fresh dalmatian seafood, buying it and taking a walk across the famous Riva promenade. The next stop is Pazar/Green market, where locally known figures offer you delicacies such as goat cheese, prsut (traditional smoked ham) and other authentic products; a colorful, comic and unforgettable experience. There, you will have a chance to buy some groceries, after which we will head to Diocletian’s Wine House to handover your “lunch making package” to our chefs. Your Lunch is ready when you are!