Vis is undiscovered historical, cultural and sport Disneyland in unique touristic concept. Ninth by its size, it’s ideal for touring by its shape.
Positioned at the middle of the sea, island of Vis has long and dramatic history bound up with various European empires, from Ancient Greece and Rome through the Venetian Republic, French and Austria-Hungary to fascist Italy and Germany through Americans in the twentieth century. Improbable cultural exchanges and the discovery of unexpected links to British history stretching back beyond the Second World War to the time of Napoleon.
With its medieval villages, deserted beaches, ancient ruins, rambling olive groves, and the best vineyards in Dalmatia, Vis is poised to become the next "it spot" for sun and fun on the Adriatic. The winding streets of the two main towns – Vis and Komiza – are brimming with restaurants serving delicious seafood and unique style fare, while miles of sandy beaches, pebbly enclaves, and glittering shores attract sunbathes.Find out more