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List of walking trails on the island of Vis
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KOMIŽA – RT STUPIŠĆE
The path starts from the cemetery of St. Nikola. It goes gently upwards to the asphalted road for Podšpilje and follows it for about 400 m. At this point the path turns right, descending gently among vineyards and gardens, then gently aslant upwards to the macadam road which leads to the cape Stupišće from which, you can see the remains of the abandoned military facilities, many buries, cannon sockets, shelters...

Ascent: - 100m,
Descent: - 90,
Time: - 1,30 h
KOMIŽA – DRAGOMI KOMIK – PODHUMLJE – BOROVIK – TITOVA ŠPILJA – HUM
The path starts from the cemetery of St. Nikola. It goes gently upwards to the asphalted road for Podšpilje and follows it for about 400 m. At this point the path branches left ascending gently in bends to the belvedere Dragomi Komik from which there is an excellent view on the whole Komiža bay .It goes on following the macadam road to the village Podhumlje, where it starts again to follow the asphalted road. After about 900 m, which is 100 m before the church, you should turn left and go along the good path through derelict vineyard terraces to the village Borovik.
From this point take the asphalted road for about 800 m upwards. Reached the sharp left corner you will see the stairs heading to Tito's cave. The path turns left from the Tito's cave and it goes sharply upwards, after approximately hundred meters the path branches off. The right branch leads to the place Žena Glava, a and the left one to the Chapel of St. Duh where there is a beautiful view on the whole Komiža. East of the chapel St Duh there is a peak Hum (587m) with radar installation and denied access.

Ascent: - 564m,
Descent: - 000,
Time: - 3,50 h
KOMIŽA – HUM (587 M)
The path from Komiže first follows the road to Vis. After 2 km, in the third sharp left band the path separates to the right and it goes in bends sharply upwards. First it goes through derelict vineyard terraces, then across cultivated vineyards into spacious amphitheatre. After last ten terraces the path branches off. The right one ascends sharply in bends through the rocky kuloar towards the peak of Hum – which has a denied access because of radar installation. The left path, little less twisty, leads to the chapel St Duh ATTENTION!!! Both paths have the upper part overgrown with macchia and they are hardly visible. Therefore proceed with high caution.

Ascent: - 564m,
Descent: - 000,
Time: - 3 h
BIŠEVO – Path 22
The path starts in the bay Mezoporat next to which there is a famous Blue cave. Having passed one third of the path you will come to the village Polje, where there is a Church of St. Silvestar and one old Biševo school. The path continues from Polje in the southwest direction for the next two kilometres and it ends above the bay Trešjavac.

Ascent: - 7 km,
Difficulty:
- 3,
Time:
- 80 min
BIŠEVO – Path 23
The path starts near the school in the village Polje and it heads across the village Gornja Salbunara to the sandy bay Salbunara. From this point it goes to the adjacent sandy bay Porat, where there are several catering facilities. From Porta the path goes back to the village Polje.

Ascent: - 6 km,
Difficulty:
- 3,
Time:
- 80 min
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