Lunch at the Vis famous Roki’s or Golub restaurant is an option
The military history of Vis is something you do not want to miss on. The history of this island holds many secrets.
Take the tour through the fortresses, and military subway and feel the spirit of the past times.
Vis was a major military base for the Yugoslav army in the Second World War, but its military history goes all the way back.
For history enthusiasts, these places will be a treat. Tito’s Cave is the starting point of the tour. Former Yugoslavian president Tito used this cave as a Partisan hideout from the invading Nazi forces during the Second World War.
The tour continues through six small villages, brimming with small theaters, churches, and old school buildings. Nature and the lifestyle in these villages will amaze you, as well as the secrets, legends, and real stories behind every corner of the Vis island, your local guide will be happy to share with you.
The next stop is Komiza, a fishermen’s town, where you can enjoy a cup of coffee with a lovely view. After the history lessons, it is time for a glass of wine. Winemaking has a long history on the island of Vis, dating back to the Greeks. You will visit a 120-year-old family-owned winery located in the former British base from the post-Napoleonic War. They will show you how they make their famous organic wines.
The Client who has booked a tour can cancel his booking 7 days before the arrival date. After that for tour cancellation the service provider will charge 50% of the booking cost for cancelations up to 3 days, and a 100% for cancellations on the day of the tour.
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