Split → Vis
Vis → Split
RUKAVAC – a place on the south-east side of the island which grew from a little fishermen’s place into the biggest place after the cities of Vis and Komiža. There are many houses, majority of which tourist apartments with a few restaurants and a basketball playground. You can easily by fresh fish in Rukavac because of fishing boats coming there.
There are several beaches as well: Stori Rukovac, a pebble beach in the oldest part of the village in an inner cove and the only part not overbuilt; Tepluš, a pebble beach on the south-west part of the village with a view on the isle of Ravnik; Bili bok, a range of flat, stone teraces on the outer side, mostly for nudists.
The town of Komiža is located in the deep Bay of Komiža on the western side of...
St. Spirit church – built in Luka in XVII.st. The liturgy is held in all those churches, regularly...
BIŠEVO – the island is in the south-east of Vis, 5 n/m from Komiža, with surface of 6...
BUDIHOVAC – a small unihabited island, south-east of Vis, just across the Bargujac cove. It is considered heaven...
HOST – an uninhabited isle at the entrance to the Vis bay, named after the English commander sir...
RAVNIK – a protected by law and unihabitated isle on the south-east side of the island, right next...