Lady of the Rocks and Blue Cave - Kotor Boat Tour

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Indulge in this extensive Boka Bay excursion that's meant for avid sailors, sophisticated aesthetes, swimmers, and anyone in love with Mother Nature. This tour covers all - from panoramic sightseeing of the Boka Bay and the island of Mamula to a short culturally rich stop at the islet Our Lady of the Rocks and a nice cool-off break in the amazing azure waters of the Blue Cave.

Itinerary Details

Operated by: Montenegro Submarine and Speed Boat Tour

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Stop At: Bay of Kotor

We start with a captivating trip along the waters of Kotor Bay, enabling our guests to examine its magnificent coastline, which is adorned with multiple ancient fishermen villages, lavishing vegetation, and other natural and architectural wonders.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At: Our Lady of the Rocks

First stop, a 30-minute visit to the legendary island Our Lady of the Rocks. This is a man-made islet, built upon a crag that bore the icon of the Holy Mother Mary, and it houses a church that's been built by seafarers and other locals to honor the graceful Mother Mary. It is a place where visitors can listen to the mystical story about the island's genesis, as well as examine the many paintings, votives, and other art pieces inside the museum, attached to the church.

Duration: 20 minutes

Stop At:

After we pass through the strait of Verige, we enter Tivat Bay, and o the far left we will see its rich marina - Porto Montenegro, brimming with yachts and ships of all sizes. On our way, we are stopping at the ex-submarine military base which description we’ll leave up to you.

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Mamula Fortress

The very exit of the Bay of Kotor is guarded by the haunting Mamula, a fortified island that's full of gruesome stories from past events like World War I & II.

Stop At: Blue Grotto

The whole adventure gets wrapped up with a nice dip inside the Blue Cave, a natural phenomenon that's been created by waves crashing for thousands of years at the Lustica peninsula. The name derives from the whole ambiance, created by iridescent lightning that manifests itself on the water due to the Sun's radiance through small cave cracks.

Duration: 30 minutes
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