The traditional fishing town is located at the base of Hum hill on the west side of the island of Vis. Cut off from the rest of the island by the hill, it faces the sea and the Komiža archipelago whose system includes the most distant Adriatic islands rich in fish, particularly tuna - Biševo, Palagruža, Jabuka, etc. Therefore, it is no wonder that traditional Komiža cuisine is founded... Read more
Medulin, once a fishing village, is now a modern tourist destination in the south of the Istrian peninsula. This village of grape vines, olive trees, and beautiful beaches is ideal for quietly enjoying the beauty of the untouched natural surroundings.
The large Roman archaeological complex Vižula, Vrčevan hill, the hill of sv. Petar [Saint Peter] are all home to many ancient... Read more
Krk – a town and port on the island with the same name. Krk is also the managerial, administrative, cultural and religious centre of the island.
This former bishop’s town has an extremely significant architectural monument – a cathedral, whose origins reach back to the 6th century. The old town, which can be entered through four town gates is surrounded by walls, which guard... Read more
This Istrian town, which developed by a stone palace on a hill, next to a church with a bell-tower and surrounded by intertwining stone alleys, dates back to Antique times. It is famous for the numerous fresh water springs after which it was named. Hence the inscription “Funtana at the springs of friendship” which welcomes guests and symbolizes the generosity of nature and the hosts’... Read more