Blue Cave Tour

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  • 3 hr

This tour is a beautiful experience that can be of great importance to the tourists. We have fun and enjoy the views of nature together with a little history and culture that has shaped our small bay and people for centuries. We will ride the waves and enjoy the sunny day and fresh air. We will swim on the open sea and dive in the most beautiful cave that Montenegro has to offer. We will get into the submarine tunnels that were used during world war 2. We will learn the stories they had. We will also stop and take a little break on the natural island of the Lady of the Rocks. There is a secret and a legend that we will reveal to you if you embark on an adventure with us!

Itinerary Details

Operated by: MsdAdriatic

This is a typical itinerary for this product

Stop At: Our Lady of the Rocks

Our Lady of the Rocks is one of the two islands off the coast of Perast in the Bay of Kotor, Montenegro (the other being Sveti Đorđe island). It is an artificial island created by bulwark of rocks and by sinking old and seized ships loaded with rocks. The Roman Catholic Church of Our Lady of the Rocks is the largest building on the island; it has a museum attached. There is also a small gift shop close to the church and a navigation light at the western end of the island.

Duration: 10 minutes

Stop At: Tivat

After we pass through the strait of Verige, we enter Tivat Bay, and on 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 to find it. Its more fun that way. I will give you a hint. It was a WW2 submarine base.

Duration: 5 minutes

Pass By: Mamula Fortress

At the very entrance to the magnificent Boka Bay, one of the most beautiful bays in the world, there is a lonely, uninhabited island with a fortress. The island is called Lastavica, but more often reffered to and better known as simply Mamula. The monumental fortress was built by the Austrian Admiral, Lazar Mamula at the end of the 19th century. At first sight, the fort looks a bit scary. For years, Mamula has had many purposes. Due to its isolated position, it was used as a concentration camp in both World Wars. Partly, the fort served as a prison, as well. The main reason for building Mamula was, therefore, to stop the enemy ships from entering the Boka Bay. Even so, the fortress never served its purpose, since not a single cannonball was ever shot from it.

Stop At: Blue Grotto

The Blue Grotto is a sea cave on the coast of the Lustica. Sunlight passing through an underwater cavity and shining through the seawater creates a blue reflection that illuminates the cavern. The cave extends some 50 metres into the cliff at the surface, and is about 100 metres (490 ft) deep, with a sandy bottom.

Duration: 25 minutes
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