Sea view apartments and holiday houses on Vis Island are the perfect choices if you're searching for cheap accommodation on the furthest inhabited Croatian island.
Due to its geographical position and unusual history, Vis is different from other islands – it's often said it has a special charm of the Mediterranean as it once was.
It isn't surprising that in 2003, the World Wildlife Fund (WWF) proclaimed Vis one of the 10 most preserved Mediterranean islands.
Why rent sea view apartments?
When you book accommodation by the beach you can enjoy the beauty of the sea from your window.
A serene, cozy home by the beachside with the perfect sea view – away from all the noise and pollution – sounds wonderful right?
Vis island is the perfect place to rent your holiday apartment or a house near the seashore.
4 reasons you should choose the island of Vis
The clear and clean sea and the rich underwater world will delight diving enthusiasts.
However, it’s also a place of maybe even more beautiful pebble and sandy beaches. They are all ideal for families with children.
2. The Blue and Green Cave
On the south side of Vis, there's another island pearl – Bisevo. The eastern side of this little island hides the world-famous Blue cave.
Equally attractive and breathtaking is the Green cave on the southwest side of the little island of Ravnik. You can get there by frequent boat trips from the Rukavac cove on Vis
3. Authentic Dalmatian lifestyle
Tired of your fast-paced lifestyle, stress, and fast food? Leave all that behind and come to Vis where you'll submerge in the sunshine and rejuvenated with homemade seafood charge your batteries.
Instead of fast food, try out some local specialties like octopus patties, lobster, marinated grilled fish, and Vis bread. Don't miss to taste authentic wines from Vis – Vugava and the world-known Plavac mali.
4. Rich historical heritage
Vis has a distinctively rich history. During ancient times, it was first a Greek than a Roman colony.
History lovers should visit the Archeological museum in the city of Vis. It hosts a collection of over 600 greek amphoras and the bronze head of the Greek goddess Artemis.
Besides that, you can also visit the remains of the Greek colony of Issa, below the Gradine hill, on the north side of the island.
The city of Komiza on the west side of the island is home to the Fishermen museum in a 16th-century Venetian fortress.