The Blue Cave, situated at Lustica Peninsula, rightfully carries the title of the most wanted attraction in our Bay. This cave was created by force of waves, clashing the 100 meter high cliff for hundreds of years. This is our first stop, where you can enjoy a half an hour of swimming in marvellous cave crystal blue water. It was named the Blue Cave because of its unusual blue colour which is the result of the reflection of sun rays on clear sunny days. After the cave, we will make short sightseeing of Mamula Island, which was used as a prison during Word Wars. Proceeding ahead we will stop and enter one of the three submarine tunnels, which during the Second World War served to hide submarines and small navy ships. Our next stop will be Lady of the Rocks, the artificial Island in front of Perast, made in the 15th Century. The island is famous for its stunning Catholic church made by Venetians in 1630. After the extraordinary panoramic view of Perast, we are getting back to Kotor.
Price 180.00 is per boat for up to 6 passengers, every additional passenger pay extra 30 euro.
- Bottled water
- Fuel surcharge
- Wi-Fi on-board
- Shower on-board
- Snorkelling equipment
- Multi-language Captain
Blue Grotto, Lustica, Kotor Municipality Montenegro, 30 minutes.
Mamula Fortress, Island Lastavica, Herceg-Novi, Herceg-Novi Municipality Montenegro – panoramic sightseeing
Submarine Tunnels, 10 minutes.
Our Lady of the Rocks, Island in Boka Bay, Perast, Kotor Municipality 85336 Montenegro, 20 minutes.
Perast – panoramic sightseeing
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