Departure from Igalo and city port on indicated time.
It takes 30 minutes to come to beach Žanjic by boat, where we start round trip to The Blue Cave and island Mamula. In The Blue Cave we have 15-20 minutes for swimming and 20 minutes to visit island Mamula (take a round, see a fort or swim).
We go back to Herceg Novi in the late afternoon.
Žanjic is placed on peninsula Luštica, on the open sea. It’s four nautical miles far from Herceg Novi. Special features of this beach is pure nature and cristal clear water. There are also olive trees near the beach that provide shade during the hot days in the summer.
With surface area of 300m2 Blue Cave is one of the biggest and the most beautiful caves in the Adriatic Sea. It is three-four meters deep and from the sea level to the ceiling it is nine meters high. It’s called The Blue Cave because the way the light hits the sandy bottom and reflects up trough the water, makes the whole cave looks blue.
Mamula (Swallow) is a little island placed at the entry of Boka Bay. It has round shape (200m diameter) and 80% of the island is occupied by the fort that was built in the middle of XIX century. During World War I and World War II the fort was the notorious prison.