Your guide will take you to areas before unknown to you and show you the beautiful villages around.
Triluke is a large inlet on the southwestern side of Croatia. As you can guess from the name, the inlet has three smaller bays. Wind and waves from the southeast have free reign in the bay, but it is well protected against all other wind directions. The three smaller bays offer protection in all conditions.
After picking you up at the pier in Tri Luke, we will make our way towards Dragove and Bozava villages. Your driver/guide will talk to you about the area during this scenic drive.
Once at Bozava, we'll get out of the vehicle and enjoy a short walk. Bozava is a quaint little fishing village with just two shops, a post office, travel office, ambulance station, police station, and four restaurants.
Next, we're off to Veli Rat and its famous lighthouse. This area is simply gorgeous, surrounded by pine trees, beautiful bays, and pebble beaches. It's actually considered one of the most beautiful lighthouses on the Adriatic!
After a brief lunch break, we will continue to Strasna pec Cave. This place was visited by the emperor Franjo Josip in 1904, who was fascinated by its beauty and had the cave adapted with an iron gate entrance and a stairway to the sea.
Later back to the pier.
- Entrance fees, lunch, beverages not included in the tour price.
- Please wear comfortable shoes as the island and the cave areas can be rocky/uneven.
Days offered: 7 days a week