Vis Island

Past Kut and the British Naval Cemetery, this pretty beach has a bar (look out for occasional late-night parties), a small stretch of pebbles and a string of rocky beaches on either side.

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Nearby Vis Island attractions

1. Beach

0.94 MILES

This pebbly stretch is the most popular beach near Vis township.

2. Issa Archaeological Museum

1.01 MILES

Housed in a 19th-century Austrian fortress, this small museum has the largest collection of Hellenistic artefacts in Croatia, including ancient Greek…

3. Milna & Zaglav

2.32 MILES

While the rest of the island is rocky or pebbly, Vis' eastern end has a few sandy beaches. Milna sits right beside the main road, a sandy beach with…

4. Srebrna

3.31 MILES

Near the fishing village of Rukavac, Srebrna (Silver) beach has large white pebbles and clear blue waters, backed with a nature reserve. It has the…

5. Stiniva

3.69 MILES

Tiny Stiniva is Vis’ most perfect cove. The high cliffs surrounding it form an almost complete circle, with a gap of only about 10m open to the sea. The…

6. Green Cave

3.77 MILES

When things began to get crazy-busy at the more impressive Blue Cave, tour operators started to market this much larger sea cave as a free alternative,…

7. Hum

5.15 MILES

Reaching a height of 587m, this mountain dominates the western end of Vis. The very top is off limits, but you can drive up and park a little before the…

8. Benedictine Monastery

5.89 MILES

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