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Take a look at Vis

Vis remains one of the least developed islands in the Adriatic retaining it’s natural beauty as, until 1989 it was used as an army base and cut off from tourism. Now the cozy restaurants will have you hanging out for hours sipping on locally-produced wine from the island, which is some of the finest in Croatia. Savour the freshly caught fish and lobster, enjoy the welcome of friendly locals and relax on the unspoiled beaches. Discover the contrasting pictures of the island, Vis town is wealthier and rich with history while the fishing town of Komiža has much earthier charms.

Komiža, Vis

Located on the western side of Vis, Komiža is know for its pretty pebble beaches. This beautiful Mediterranean village has narrow back streets lined with 17th and 18th century stone town houses that peacefully surround the harbour. Komiza is the idyllic Mediterranean fishing village you have always imagined. You can visit the nearby Bisevo Island and experience its Blue Cave. When the sun’s at its highest between 11am – 1pm, the whole of the underground cave will illuminate with aquamarine light creating a spooky yet wonderfully mesmerising illusion. Komiža comes alive after dark and if you head east of town is Aquarius, an open-air disco on Kamenica beach. Komiža has some amazing restaurants, especially if you’re a lobster-lover!

Vis Port, Vis

With water and electricity on the quay this is a very popular harbour in the summer however there are places to anchor in the bay or a quay at nearby Kut which is usually quieter. The town of Vis is historically important and the whole island an unspoilt gem.

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