Vis Island

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This small, wild and steep island is, along with Lastovo, the furthest (45km) from the mainland. Fortunately, it has yet to be disfigured by big hotels and is slowly opening up to sustainable tourism. The island lives principally from fishing and wine production: 20% of cultivated land is given over to vines, at least half for the renowned plavac mali red grape variety. Don't miss the Greek necropolis, the Blue Grotto on the islet of Bisevo and the villages of Vis and Komiza.

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Address : 

21480 Vis

Nearby tourist attractions

Mount Hum
Mount Hum
This 587m-high peak, the highest of the
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Greek necropolis
Greek necropolis
This necropolis is little more than a
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Municipal museum and archaeological collections, Vis
Municipal museum and archaeological collections, Vis
This museum, located in the Madonna
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Fortress and Fishing Museum Fortress and Fishing Museum
Fortress and Fishing Museum
The lofty silhouette of this Venetian
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Our Lady of the Pirates
Our Lady of the Pirates
This unusual chapel owes its name to a
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Blue Grotto
Blue Grotto
The island of Biševo, the second largest
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Mount Hum
Mount Hum
This 587m-high peak, the highest of the
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Blue Grotto
Blue Grotto
The island of Biševo, the second largest
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Srebrena beach
Srebrena beach
Srebrena creek is one of the most
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