Excursions Island Vis
Vis is the most prominent island on the Adriatic Sea. There are approximately 13 towns on the island, the largest of which are the city of Vis, Komiza, Okljucna, Podhumije, Stoncica and Podstrazje. The highest point on the island overlooks lush valleys covered in red soil and, in some parts, sand dunes where vineyards are cultivated. The world organisation for protecting the environment declared the island of Vis to be one of the 10 most well-preserved islands on the Mediterranean due to its untouched nature and many inlets. The island is also a great nautical destination because of its access to the open sea as well as its many beautiful inlets.
Many of the island's inhabitants have situated their restaurants and taverns along the shore so visitors who arrive by yacht or boat have easy access to delicious Dalmatian cuisine. Accommodations on Vis vary from apartments and rooms to Robinson tourism which means residing in quiet secluded coves for those who would like a little privacy.
The island of Vis has been inhabited since the Neolithic era. Sirakuski the oppressor...