Have you ever seen this?
The cave is a natural phenomenon which can be entered only by small fishermen's boats. The cave itself is quite spacious and offers an unforgettable experience, especially the light effect created by the sun reflecting in the cave through the sea.
Bisevo Island is situated in the middle of the Dalmatian Archipelago, 5km southwest of the island of Vis. Its area is 5.8 km2 and the population is scarce. The island is covered by pinewoods, macchia, Mediterranean shrubs and bare rocks. The coastal belt is rich in fish.
On the steep shores of the island there are many caves. The most famous cave, well known throughout the world, is the Blue Cave: 18m long, 6m deep and 6m high. The entrance to the cave is only1.5m high and 2,5m wide.
At high noon, when the sunrays penetrate through an underwater opening on the ceiling of the cave, special light effects are created – colouring the sea inside into blue and objects in the water into silver.
Divers can swim through a small tunnel into the open sea outside the cave. The crag is covered with sea-moss and soft corals, and in the summer period full of damselfish shoals peering out of the crag holes. After the cape the underwater reef falls step-like down to 57 m depth.
The Baluni Bay is surrounded by rocks with a number of holes and caves where divers can see lobsters and groupers as well as shoals of all kind of fish.
One –day excursions are organized from the towns of Komiza and Vis.