Vis Island highlights and Green and Blue Cave
The far flung island of Vis spent the second half of the 20th century closed off to the public. It was an important military base, and while today it holds its own submarine base, military tunnels and many bunkers, the rest of the island remained pretty much intact. It has two main seaside towns: Vis, the home of the first regatta in the world, and Komiža, where still today more people live from fishing than tourism. Once you've enjoyed the traditions and history of Vis, check out the natural beauties on neighboring islands, the Green Cave and the Blue Cave, each featuring a unique light phenomenon. A perfect blend of land and sea!