Vis island guide

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    Local gastronomy

    If you want local food, you don't have to go all the way to Komiza. Near Podhumlje, in the settlements Zena Glava, Podšpilje and Dračevo you can taste the traditional recipes and local specialties in a number of rural households. For all wine lovers and those who have not had a chance to try Vugava or Mali Plavac, there is......

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    Mount Hum

    Above Podhumlje stands the highest peak of the island of Vis - Hum (587 m above sea level). The peak itself is not available for access, but there is a vantage point around the chapel of St. Spirit from where you can see Vis, the offshore island Bisevo (known for the......

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    Archaeological sites

    Popular archaeological sites near Podhumlje include a military fort, an undermine and military barracks, which are due to the military function of the island of Vis in the second half of the 20th century, when Vis was in a kind of isolation from visitors and tourits. Military bases that history has left behind are certainly an interesting addition to the overall geomorphology of the island and the natural beauty that the island of Vis offers....

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    Tito’s cave

    Just below Hum lies the famous Tito's cave consisting of two small caves with a partially walled entrance where Josip Broz and the partisan leadership secretly resided during World War II (1944). To the cave leads an accessible path that......

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    Nerby beaches

    Beaches and incredibly clear water in Komiža many who can not resist, but near Podhumlje there are beaches that should not be missed. Srebrna beach (in translation: Silver Beach) is one of the most beautiful and most popular beaches on the island. It......

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    Useful info

    The closest grocery store, bank, post office and doctor are located in Komiža, which makes our guests dependent on their own means of transport, for which for they have......

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