After a night in Vis town we start the day with a sail around the north of the island to visit one of the most impressive natural attractions in The Adriatic- The Blue Cave. Named as such due to the glowing deep blue reflection of the sunlight through the crystal clear water, the cave is dug out of the rock on a small off-lying island called Biševo to the south-west of Vis.
Still untouched from the wave of modern Mediterranean tourism, its crystal clear waters, secluded sandy beaches and traditional local culture mean there are few better places to explore, swim, snorkel, dive or simply chill on your yacht. We moor the yachts right in the heart of Vis town, tucked away in a sheltered bay on the northern side of the island. A wander around the town in the evening will reveal some great local seafood restaurants and bars.
The first destination after leaving the base in Split is the Paklinksi islands, a small chain of islands scattered to the south west of the island of Hvar. The islands are not too far away, so we start the week with an easy afternoon sail to get used to the boat and for your skipper to show you the ropes.