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Vis Island Full Experience Tour

Country: Croatia
City: Vis
Duration: 7 Hour(s) - 0 Minute(s)
Tour Category: Half Day Tour

Package Itinerary

An off-road vehicle tour with a specialized tour guide will take you through military tunnels of island Vis.

On the tour, we will visit some of the military bases which are open for tourists (altogether there is 37 on the island) and we will visit the highest peak Hum on the island with the spectacular view.

The first complex to be visited is the "New Mail" on the north side of the island and then we will go into the tunnel "Lobster" designed for patrol boats and smaller diesel submarines. The tour continues towards complex "Red rocks". As well we will visit "Atomic War Command" in Vela Glava (nuclear tunnel) 216m depth in the hill.

After an educational army tour, we will have a wine tasting in the unique ambient of the ex-military tunnel. Treating your taste buds with the finest vine will be the beginning of your gastro journey when we take you to the best domestic restaurant in a small village Podselje where you can enjoy fresh seafood prepared on a traditional way.

Itinerary:

Pick up from the port with off-road vehicles

Visiting marine base

Tunnels and army forths in the cliffs

Underground fuel base

Forth George and historical museum

Wine tasting in the ex-military tunnel

Seafood dinner traditional style

Return to port

Included:

Off-road vehicle transport, guide, 3-course wine tasting with delicacies, seafood dinner traditional style

Minimum: 6 pax

More About Vis Island:

The remotest and least-inhabited of all Dalmatian islands, Vis is one of the best places to visit in Croatia. It remained inaccessible and off-limits for the longest time for it served as a Yugoslav military base from 1950 to 1989. The island feels other-worldly with its exclusive, untouched, sleepy, and low-key vibe.

Vis in Croatia is a perfect place to experience fjaka ( pronounced fyaka) as Dalmatians call it, a relaxed way of life. Despite it being under the tourism radar until 1989, Vis has enough things to do and see beside beaches.

Vis has a wealth of things to see and do.

The cultural heritage of the town Vis can be seen through its many churches, Fortica fortress, Our Lady’s Battalion & Museum, and the Archeological Museum.

The Issa town walls, the remains of Issa town’s streets, the supporting masonry of terraces in the southern part of the town, Roman thermae, the remains of Issa’s residential architecture, Roman theater, and the Necropolis of Issa (ancient Issa’s cemetery) are among ancient monuments in the town of Vis.

Kut is the oldest and the prettiest part of Vis that’s best admired on foot.

The island boasts some of the best beaches in Croatia. I particularly loved two of them – Stiniva and Srebrna. Stiniva is a tiny sand beach enveloped by high stone cliffs that can only be reached by a steep trail. The trail isn’t easy, though worth it!

Srebrna is another beautiful rocky beach perfect for families with kids. The water is as pure as a child’s heart here.

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