Warmly embraced by incredibly clean sea stands the gorgeous island of Vis, an unskippable destination for any yachting connoisseur. A fifth of the island's land is covered by vineyards where autochthonous wine is produced - don't forget to buy a few bottles of Plavac Mali wine or Vugava if you prefer white. Even the most seasoned sommelier will be enchanted with the taste of these wines only found in this region. Vis is the farthest inhabited isle of Croatia, for which reason it offers probably the cleanest seawater of the Adriatic.
The natural beauty of this captivating island doesn't insinuate the tumulus historic events that took place here since 3000 B.C. - segments of the ancient city walls still remain, along with a thermal and Levaman Fortress, where you can find the Archaeological Museum.
A paradise island stranded in the crystal blue waters of the Adriatic, Vis is a paradise for yachtsmen exploring Croatia. While it doesn't have its own marina, you can find many moorings near the port.
Explore the nearby island of Bisevo to see the incredible Blue Grotto, with entrances both below and above sea level. This waterlogged sea cave is only accessible by boat and is most famous for the almost haunted feel that the blue light, which appears a few times a day, provides.