Tuesday, November 25, 2008
For a long number of years this most distant, inhabited Croatian island was a slave to strategic and political needs of the ex regime. With Croatian independence Vis, according to the IUCN one of the ten best preserved islands of the Mediterranean, becomes an attractive tourist destination. From its centres, Vis and Komiza, you can rent a boat to take you sightseeing in the magnificent maritime zone full of natural phenomenon, among which the most impressive is Modra špilja (the Blue Cave) on the nearby island of Biševo. In the evening you can enjoy the events of the Vis Cultural Summer and numerous concerts of famous musicians together with gastronomic specialities and famous wine from Vis – Vugava.