One Day Speedboat Tour
From: departures are from Omiš, Dalmatia
To: Islands Brač, Hvar, Vis -Dalmatia
- Island Brač, Postira, Lovrečina, Pučišća: 350 EUR
- Island Brač, Bol: 600 EUR
- Island Hvar: 600 EUR
- Island Vis: 800 EUR
Duration: Whole day trips from 9 am till 5 pm, ride duration depends on the chosen destination btw 30 min to 2.30 h
- Length: 6 m
- Width: 2,4 m
- Engine Power: 140 HPTohatsu
- Capacity: 6+1 people
- Max Speed: 40 knots
- Cruising Speed: 30 knots
Postira is a picturesque fisherman’s village and the island of Brač port.Postira is famous for its sandy beach full of ruins and antique findings, but also as a birthplace of one of the greatest Croatian poets, Vladimir Nazor (1876 – 1949). In Postira one can enjoy the clear sea, settled beach and small stone houses tasting at the same time delicious home-made dishes prepared of just caught fresh fish and food grownin pastures.
Only 3km far from Postira there is a sandy beach Lovrecina offering beach bar, restaurant, volleyball and other beach features.
The town is located on the inner part of the deep retracted bay on the northern side of the island.Pucisca is the center of the stone masonry industry. Besides stone cutting and processing, the population is engaged in agriculture: production of olive oil and wine, livestock, cheese and lamb. In recent years, tourism in Pucisca has increased significantly. Pucisca are especially suitable for nautical tourism as it has a calm and secure bay, with modern moorings equipped with electricity and fresh water.
Bol is the oldest coastal settlement on Brač. It exists in the solitude of the southern landscape, at the foot of the Bol crown and Vidova Mountain – the highest island peak and at the same time the highest point of all Adriatic islands (778 m).It stretches few kilometers along the coast. The sea in front of it is crystal clear, transparent waves resemble a cut crystal. Bol has many beautiful beaches. To the west of Bol lies the beach Zlatni rat (Golden Horn)one of the largest and most beautiful attractions on the Adriatic. Like a small tongue it extends nearly half a kilometer into the clear blue sea.
The city of Hvar is a unique fusion of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich cultural and historical heritage, and mundane, tourist present.It is situated in picturesque nature, facing the south, side of the world that has given it all Mediterranean attraction and cheerfulness; facing the sea, that gave it a splendid and repeatable history, Hvar is an inexhaustible treasury of the scenery, atmosphere and adventure. Hvar gained glory and power during middle ages being an important port within the Venetian, naval empire. Today, it is the center of the island’s tourism and one of the favorite destinations in Dalmatian Riviera – a town of smiling and courteous people, who are almost only dedicated to tourism.
Simplicity is the essence of this island tailored to men, which is used in its whole by most visitors. Consequently, not just its protruding edges, Vis and Komiža, but also the numerous bays in the island’s interior leave you breathless with their luxuriant fertility.We know that one of the reasons for Vis uniqueness lies in its 500 years of isolation as a military island where time had stopped. However, as so often happens in life, the thing that once seemed to be a disadvantage in the end turns out to be an important advantage. So, Vis’ exclusiveness does not lie in its excellent hotel capacities, but in the island itself; its untouched nature and the people that haven’t been possessed by tourist commercialization but who are hospitable in an authentic, “native” way.
Komiža lies on the sunny side of the island and is well sheltered from cold northerly winds, in the bottom of the largest bay on the island and compacted within narrow alleys and slender houses. It is a famous place for its fishermen on the Adriatic and perhaps even on the Pacific.There are several beautiful pebble beaches of which Kamenice is the most famous; the beach with springs of ice cold water coming from the stone, a shaded area provided by the tamarix trees, and which every night turns into a party area.
The Blue Cave is located on the island of Biševo. With regard to its geomorphologic characteristics the cave is particularly interesting and represents a typical limestone structure. The special attractions in the cave are the distinctive light effects created by the fracture and reflection of sun rays from the sea bottom. The cave today is a favorite tourist destination.