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  • 1 Vis Island Recommended Recommended

    Nature and gardens

    HR - 21480 Vis

    This small, wild and steep island is, along with Lastovo, the furthest (45km) from the mainland. Fortunately, it has yet to be disfigured by big hotels and is slowly opening up to sustainable tourism. The island lives principally from fishing and win..

  • 2 Mount Hum Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    HR - 21480 Vis

    This 587m-high peak, the highest of the island, commands a panoramic view. During the Second World War, Tito and his supporters found refuge in the caves dotted over its southern flank.

  • 3 Srebrena beach Interesting

    Nature and gardens

    HR - Vis

    Srebrena creek is one of the most attractive of the creeks which line the southern coast of the island of Vis. Its immaculate white pebbles, large flat rocks and pine grove make it ideal for picnics and naps.

  • 4 Greek necropolis Interesting

    Archaeological and historical sites

    HR - 21480 Vis

    This necropolis is little more than a hillside overgrown with weeds, but it is nonetheless the site of moving stelae, still intact, doors to the hereafter dating from the 3C-2C BC.

  • 5 Municipal museum and archaeological collections Interesting

    Museums and art

    HR - 21480 Vis

    This museum, located in the Madonna battery built by the Austrians in 1830, relates the life of the island and the resistance periods of Tito. Above all, it houses the results of local excavations and illustrates the island's rich Greek and Roman pas..

  • 6 Baroque houses (Kut) Interesting

    Architecture, castles and historic districts

    HR - Kut

    The village of Kut was formerly a choice holiday destination for the noble families of Hvar, who built holiday homes here. The village is still strewn with these splendid Baroque edifices decorated with finely carved balconies and windows.

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