Split → Vis
Vis → Split
BUDIHOVAC – a small unihabited island, south-east of Vis, just across the Bargujac cove. It is considered heaven by the nautical people because of its naturally wind protected lagoon by its isles of Mali (Little) Budihovac and the Sanak reef. There are two beautiful pebble beaches: Budihovac, a large beach to the west, situated in the lagoon and Perna, less known beautiful beach to the north-east which you can reach by a path from the lagune.
The old Plavac mali vineyard is being restored. There are ruins of an old villa. The island is reachable only by private boats.
Lokacija: Budihovac, otok Vis
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