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The Route in Detail – Vis, Croatia

By March 11, 2015September 13th, 2019Blog

After a morning swim in one of the idyllic bays of The Paklinski Islands, a sail across the Hvar channel takes us to Vis Island, the farthest inhabited island from the mainland.

Big Sail Route - Vis TownStill untouched from the wave of modern Mediterranean tourism, its crystal clear waters, secluded sandy beaches and traditional local culture mean there are few better places to explore, swim, snorkel, dive or simply chill on your yacht. We moor the yachts right in the heart of Vis town, tucked away in a sheltered bay on the northern side of the island. A wander around the town in the evening will reveal some great local seafood restaurants and bars.

There’s so much to do on Vis island that we spend a second day exploring the other side of the island, including a stopover at the incredible Blue Caves, undoubtedly one of the route highlights. Check out the next post in this series for a closer look.

Interactive Map

Interactive Map


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