Split → Vis
Vis → Split
Unfortunately, lots of remains were destroyed due to lack of experts’ supervision, wars or just ignorance (carelessness). An interesting example is that the Allied British Army used that area for military parking space. Nevertheless, all left and preserved of heritage witnesses about the life of that time. Archeologists still work hard on excavating an Issaic Street and other findings. You can visit Martvilo, the only ancient Greek cemetery in Croatia (located above the sports playgrounds). Most of objects are kept in the Archeological Museum in Vis and Split. In fact, the best preserved Issa ruins are those from the Roman times.
Tel: +385 (0)98 179 4539 /Boris Čargo
Lokacija: Vis, otok Vis
PODŠPILJE à another settlement stretching along the old road, once a central place in this part of the...
HOST – an uninhabited isle at the entrance to the Vis bay, named after the English commander sir...
St. Spirit church – built in Luka in XVII.st. The liturgy is held in all those churches, regularly...
Ranko Marinković Memorial Room dedicated to the great Croatian writer from Vis, was opened on 23 May 2010...
Borovik is a small, not very populated place which can be reached by road through Podšpilje and Žena...
PODHUMLJE à consisting of several scattered hamlets, it is the first place along the old road leading from...