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Dalmatian in Komiža

Konoba Bako

Specialising in seafood (although the grilled lamb is very good, too), Bako has a terrace with water views and a cool stone interior decorated with a collection of Greek and Roman amphorae. It's a good place to try …
Bakery in Komiža

Slastičarnica Cukar

Head to this tiny cake shop for a delicious sweet treat.
Dalmatian in Komiža

Konoba Jastožera

Built in 1883 as a holding facility for live lobsters waiting to be exported all over Europe, Jastožera has a covered wooden dining terrace jutting out over the water, with lobster pots suspended from the old beams.…
Beach in Komiža

Gospa Gusarica

Komiža's most popular beach is at the northern end of town, right below the Hotel Biševo. It's fringed with pine trees and backed by the triple-naved Gospa Gusarica church.
Monastery in Komiža

Benedictine Monastery

On the eastern approach to the town, this fortress-like complex dates from the 17th century.
Fortress in Komiža

Kaštel

This blocky Renaissance citadel, built in 1585, sits at the southern end of the harbour.