About Komiza

Authentic fishing village of compelling charm; boat trips to Bisevo island to visit the Blue Cave renowned for its iridescent blue water

Komiza is located on the island of Vis which is the most distant large island in Central Dalmatian some 50 kilometres from the mainland. Vis island has a land area of 90.3 square kilometres. Its widest point spans 17 kilometres and from north to south its maximum length is 8 kilometres. The coastline of Vis measures 76.7 kilometres long and is marked by some of the most beautiful bays and sheltered coves that can be found anywhere in Croatia. Komiza is the second largest town on Vis with a population of 1,400 and is located at the western end of the island at the head of a wide and deep bay. It is an enchanting place steeped in history and famed for the skills of its fisherman and their unique falkusa fishing vessels. In the harbour is a replica of a falkusa fishing boat. Komiza is located at the foot of the Hum hill (587 metres).