Find your way to the Hvar city port to meet your guide and tour group. Board a boat for the trip to Vis, a short distance off the Dalmatian coast.
Upon arrival go ashore to visit Vis' most famous landmark, the Blue Cave. Marvel at its otherworldly beauty and take plenty of photos. Continue to Stivina Bay, protected by two high, rugged cliffs that make for a dramatic backdrop. Once inside the bay, you get the feeling you are in a solid stone amphitheater.
Go ashore at Rukavac Bay. Transfer to a car for the ride into Vis' picturesque countryside, through vineyards and olive groves, for a culinary history experience. Taste local varietals under a canopy of mulberry trees and sit down for a traditional Croatian meal at a family-owned restaurant. Taste peka, a typical Croatian dish that is slowly cooked under a metal bell over coals. Sip wines virtually unknown outside the Dalmatian coast, such as Vugava. Learn about the country's culinary traditions through your guide's engaging commentary.
After lunch, return to Hvar the way you came.