Navigation experts are responsible for exposing Vis as a prime destination in the most favorite tour of central Dalmatia.
Some of them will head from the land directly to Vis and some of them will visit Šolta, Brač, and Hvar first and then sail to the most prominent settled island in the central Adriatic and choose later: Lastovo or Korčula, or maybe will first visit some of the closer islands: Biševo, Brusnik or Svetac. They are sure to decide tomorrow.
Moored on unusually accessible Vis' waterfront, many of them will feel as if they have come home for the first time and will be tempted to include a day or two off in their sailing itinerary. This is how Vis is made. Invented to change your itinerary plans. Yachtsmen like to rent scooters and get lost somewhere in the island's interior and enjoy homemade food and wines... A number of them bought land on Vis and changed their course forever.
St. George's Bay
St. George's Bay is a well indented and deeply incised port on the northern part of the island of Vis. The hills protect it from southern winds and from the northern part it is partly protected from the north wind by the islet of Host.Find out more
A pilot of the Island of Vis
Guide through the bays and ports of the island of Vis