Vis is surrounded by beautiful islands Brusnik, Sv. Andrija, Jabuka, Palagruža, some of which were also habitats of the Mediterranean monk seal.
A special attraction is the island of Biševo with a unique phenomenon on the Adriatic Sea, the famous Blue Cave, which is visited annually by tens of thousands of tourists. The Blue Cave is a rare example of natural beauty, a very small and low entrance from the sea (about 1.5 meters), so during the south wind entry is dangerous, sometimes even impossible.
Protected geomorphological natural monuments of Stiniva Bay, the islet of Ravnik, and the Green Cave on Ravnik stand out from the sites outside the town, which are worth visiting. Be sure to visit the bays Stončica, Milna, and Zaglav with sandy beaches and the bay Srebrna with a pebble beach.
Natural beauties of the Island of Vis
The cave on the island of Ravnik is well known as a Green Cave.
The Blue Cave
The Blue Cave is located on the island of Biševo and is one of the favorite ...
The island of Jabuka
Jabuka is, together with Brusnik, an island of volcanic structure and an interesting ...
The island of Brusnik
Brusnik is a small volcanic island located 13 km from Komiža.
The island of Svetac
The island of Svetac or St. Andrew, located 14 nautical miles from Komiža, is one of ...
The Monk Seal Cave
The Monk Seal Cave is located on the island of Biševo and has special ...
The Palagruža archipelago
The Palagruža archipelago is the most distant group of Croatian islands and from the ...