Biševo offers a 19 km long Geotrail which you can explore entirely on foot or by bike. In addition to the existing geotrail along the northern part of the island, new branches extend to the south. At the top of Stražbenica peak you can enjoy the view of all the surrounding islands, while the beautiful… Continue reading New branches of the Biševo Geotrail
Mediterranean dolphins live in one of the most anthropogenically impacted marine enviroments in the world. Fisheries, marine traffic, oil and gas extraction, seismic surveys and naval exercises, high level of tourism and a huge number of recreational vessels threaten their survival. Learn how your adoption can help: https://www.adopt-a-dolphin.org/ We adopted Vivi, a female… Continue reading Adopt a dolphin and make a difference
We proudly announce that our eco-friendly apartments became an exclusive member of Ecobnb community, commited to protect the environment and promote tourism offer in harmony with nature, economy and local community. INSULAE ECO apartments Komiža
An application for the ‘Vis Archipelago’ to become a protected UNESCO geopark has been made with UNESCO by the Croatian Ministry of Environmental Protection and Energy. We are proud to be involved in the project as an official partner! Read more about the project Geopark Vis Archipelago.
The sequel to the box office smash hit film Mamma Mia! is set to be filmed on the Croatian island of Vis this autumn. The Mamma Mia! sequel, which will be titled ‘Mamma Mia, Here We Go Again’ is expected again to feature its all-star cast including Meryl Streep, Amanda Seyfried, Pierce Brosnan and Colin… Continue reading Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again!
Looking for things to do in Vis island? You’ll find plenty of great things to see and do on this dreamy Croatian island; enigmatic and enchanting, with unique sights and attractions at every sun-bathed corner. Check 10 tips on “Time Out Croatia” by Beth Ryan
Orlando Duque is in a constant search of unique diving locations around the world. Hearing so much about Croatia, and the island of Vis, he came to explore the best the island has to offer. On his adventure he took the time to climb and jump from some of the most magnificent locations he’s ever… Continue reading Croatian Cliff Diving Expedition
In 1884, a painter from Vienna, Baron Eugen Ransonnet discovered the Blue Cave. In 1885, hundreds of members of the Tourist Club from Vienna visited the Blue Cave.
Spring is coming, ideal season for biking on the island. Find tips & ideas about 9 different popular routes on the island. Check out the bike routes on Vis island here.
“I may have been driving a 50cc scooter rather than a gadget-enhanced Aston Martin but it was the theme tune to the 007 films that raced to mind …” Check this nice “Telegraph Travel” article by Adrian Bridge.