Enjoy sightseeing and swimming in Komiza on the island of Vis! Spend pleasant moments in our comfortable private accommodation that we offer on our location by the sea. You may choose between studio apartments (3 stars) and double rooms or triples.
Komiza, island of Vis
Spend pleasant moments in our comfortable private accommodation that we offer on our location by the sea. You may choose between studio apartments (3 stars) and double rooms or triples.
2 person apartments
Kitchen and terrace (1st floor balcony) and 2 person studio apartment with A/C
Our guesthouse offers accommodation and lodging in Komiza, a small village on the island of Vis, which is famous for its old fishing tradition and beautiful beaches. Komiza is very close the island Bisevo famous for its natural phenomenon the Blue Cave.
The untouched nature, warm climate, numerous sand and pebble beaches, excellent wines and rich fishing districts, make the island of Vis a paradise on Earth. There two little towns on the island: Vis in the north and Komiža in the south-west, famous for its fishing tradition, fish specialties and its wine VUGAVA. There is also a nearby island Biševo, famous for its unique natural beauty: the blue Cave. Its mild climate, the rich Mediterranean vegetation and the possibility of hare and pheasant hunting, make Vis attractive in winter as well as summer.
Types of accommodation:
2 person bedrooms with share bathroom
2 person bedrooms ensuite
2 person studio apartments
There is a balcony and a roof terrace
From Split to Vis there is a ferry-boat every day, and from Vis to Komiza there is a bus directly after the ferry-boat. From the bus station to our location is about 5-6 minutes by foot.
By air to Split:
Daily flights from almost all European countries to Split (centre of Croatian coast, Dalmatia).
By boat to Vis:
Vis Island is connected by excellent ferryboats and catamaran speedboats with Split (and also Hvar-Stari Grad). Split-Vis distance is up to two and a half hours (and around 5 euros per person). Very attractive and not expensive are ferryboat connections of Split with Italian Adriatic ports of Ancona, Pescara, and Bari. These summer journeys across the Adriatic (from Italy) or along the Croatian coast (from Dubrovnik, Rijeka or Zadar) are holiday experience itself. There are also numerous smaller companies connecting islands in the region.
By road or train:
You can come to Split. Take advantage of newly built highways throughout Croatia and frequent buses and trains connecting Split with the rest of land. Port on Vis is located in the main town also called Vis and is 10 km away from town of Komiza.
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