The island of Vis lies to the southeast of the major Croatian town Split. Just like its neighbors Brač and Hvar, the island is famous for its number of sunny days. On the western side of the island, there is Komiža, once an important fishing town, now a popular tourist destination.
The second and final part of our mini-series about sailing to Croatia’s distant islands describes reaching Palagruža, the remotest island in the Croatian Adriatic. After that, our crew goes back north to Vis and continues its journey to other distant islands in the open sea, Biševo, Brusnik and Jabuka.
Dalmatia in general, but Central Dalmatia in particular, can easily be described as the most popular and astonishing sailing region of the Eastern Adriatic. Visit the islands of Drvenik Mali, Šolta, Vis, Hvar and Brač and enjoy the turquoise waters of the Adriatic.