About Vis island

  • Undiscovered and simply gorgeous
  • 2 hours 20 minutes by ferry from Split
  • Historic fishing village of Komiza
  • Boat trip to Bisevo Blue Cave
  • Classy resturants in Vis town
  • Must see: tiny but perfect Stiniva cove

Gorgeous undiscovered island; authentic fishing villages, historic Vis town, incredible beaches and wonderful villas

Quite remote, incredibly beautiful, foodie paradise, authentic houses, Blue and Green caves, best beach in Europe (by Conde Nast), RAF and Mamma Mia! filming. Vis is one of the most beautiful islands in the world and the furthest of Croatia’s inhabited islands from the mainland, half way to Italy. It is also the oldest human settlement in Croatia founded by the Greeks in the 4th century BC who brought the distinctive grape that is still cultivated to make the local vugava white wine. The Romans left the thermal baths and a theatre in Vis Town. In the medieval fortress the Archaeological Museum has a bronze head of the goddess Artemis dating from the fourth century BC and Greek and Roman pottery recovered from the depths of the sea.

Destinations in Vis island