Location of Villa Eudora

Komiža

 

Welcome to Komiža – Vis

Feel the untouched nature, tranquility, and well-kept beaches of Vis, where you can rejuvenate your mind and body. The island gained global recognition through the filming of Mamma Mia’s second part in this area. Experience Vis, experience Komiža.

What to do?

Villa Eudora is located right by the beach and offers unforgettable views of the sea. Vacation options include swimming, cycling, exploring rich fauna, diving in Vis’s marine life, and discovering sunken ships or a 1945 American bomber. History enthusiasts can explore collections at the Archaeological Museum in Vis, the Fishing Museum, and the multimedia center for visitors in Komiža. The portal “Best European Destinations” ranked Stiniva Beach on Vis at the top of the list of the most beautiful European beaches in 2016. Also, the renowned Blue Cave in Biševo is a must-see.

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What to do?

Villa Eudora is located right by the beach and offers unforgettable views of the sea. Vacation options include swimming, cycling, exploring rich fauna, diving in Vis’s marine life, and discovering sunken ships or a 1945 American bomber. History enthusiasts can explore collections at the Archaeological Museum in Vis, the Fishing Museum, and the multimedia center for visitors in Komiža. The portal “Best European Destinations” ranked Stiniva Beach on Vis at the top of the list of the most beautiful European beaches in 2016. Also, the renowned Blue Cave in Biševo is a must-see.

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About island Vis

Vis has been settled since the Neolithic period. Due to its strategic location, Vis has a diverse history, from the Illyrian Liburnians to Greek, Roman, Venetian, Austrian, French, and English periods. Greeks chose the island of Vis to establish the first Greek colony – Issa in the eastern Adriatic and planted the first vine here more than 2,400 years ago. In the early 19th century, it briefly functioned as a separate state, attracting a diverse population. Today, it has around 3,700 inhabitants, with the main towns Vis and Komiža.

During the Second World War, after the capitulation of Italy in 1943, the island was the main naval base of the National Liberation Army of Yugoslavia. Vis was also an airport for emergency landings of Allied aircraft returning from combat operations over Central Europe.

The Geopark of the Vis Archipelago includes smaller islands – Biševo, Svetac, Brusnik, Jabuka, Palagruža, Budihovac, and Ravnik. Geologically, it is the most attractive area in the Adriatic, featuring both the oldest and youngest rock formations, with parts built from volcanic rocks.

Location

Nearest beach: the villa is situated right next to the beach;
Nearest restaurant: 3 min on foot;
Nearest cafe: 5 min on foot;
Grocery shop: 5 min on foot;
Pharmacy: 10 min on foot;
ATM: 5 min on foot;
Gas station: 15 min by car;
City Vis: 15 min by car.

Villa Eudora