Island Vis – the outmost major island of the Dalmatian archipelago, emerging from the crystal clear blue sea, 50 km away from the Croatian and 150 km from the Italian coast, surrounded by small islands and islets is an agreeable and quiet place for your summer vacation. The climate is typically Mediterranean with long, hot and dry summers and short and mild winters.
The Vis archipelago consists of some outstanding open-sea islands: Bisevo, Sveti Andrija (St. Andrew), Jabuka, Brusnik, Palagruza. With its area of 90 square kilometres and 76 nautical miles of indented shore it abounds in sandy and pebbly beaches, rocks, sea and mountain caves, picturesque hills and valleys, vineyards, small villages and two fascinating ancient towns – Vis and Komiza. All places are well connected by excellent asphalted roads leading around or criss-crossing the island and thus becoming increasingly popular for mountain biking.
The Vis harbour and marina are ideally protected places for mooring numerous yachts coming from all over the world.
In the offing, opposite to the Komiza bay, is the Bisevo island, known for its beautiful sandy beaches and particularly for its Blue Grotto (cave) accessible by boat from the sea, where you can experience an unforgettable symphony of blue and silver colours reflecting themselves from the sea depth.Visitors are delighted by the untouched nature of this island, its beauty, secluded and quiet places ideal for rest and recreation.