Komiza in Croatia is a real paradise for yachtsmen, it is here that many begin their journey in yachting and this is facilitated by a well-developed coastal infrastructure.
Yacht charter in Komiza - a town on the island of Vis, which is considered the main fishing port of the island and has a rich historical past, will not leave you indifferent. Here you can visit the water, visit the fishing museum, the church of the Blessed Virgin Mary and St. Nicholas, as well as the Venetian tower - the remainder of the ancient fortress.
Komiza is a suitable place for renting a yacht , because there is everything for yachting: a warm sea, a stretched coast with many islands and coves, good weather conditions and well-equipped yachting bases.
Komiza is located on the west coast of Vis Island, here you can anchor the yacht or dock on the promenade. The city is located in a bay at the foot of the hill Hum more than half a kilometer high. Komiza remembers its fishing traditions well and the city captivates tourists with a rich history and excellent cuisine. Also, visitors are attracted by the quiet atmosphere , which is associated with the great remoteness of the town from megacities.
The first mention of the village of Komiza dates back to the 12th century, in the 16th century the city becomes a significant port. A reminder of those times is the Venetian Tower. Since 1989, the city has been open for tourists, and you can enjoy magnificent pebble beaches here (Velo Zhalo, Nova Poshta, Gusaritsa, etc.), where you can relax with children . There are also several sandy beaches in Komiza. Since 1993, after Croatia gained independence, tourism begins to develop in Komiza.
Residential buildings in Komiza stretch along the promenade, lined with palm trees and furnished with houses of the 16-17th centuries, made in the Venetian style. In the northern part of the port you can see the Castel fortress (a “commune building” in the Renaissance style), which houses a fishing museum with a reconstruction of a traditional fishing boat and a collection of nets. The Church of the Virgin of the Seven Pity and the Church of the Holy Rock also have an inspiring look. In the southern part of the promenade is Skor Square with a 16th-century Palaca Zanetova Palace.
About 1 km from the city there is a 17th century Benedictine monastery, called by the local "muster". The monastery is surrounded by bastions with a wonderful view of the surroundings. It is also worth looking at the Gospa Gusarica church (Virgin Mary "Pirate") in the old part of the city. On the small island of Bishevo near Komizha there is the “ Blue Cave ”, which tourists from all over the world come to see. The marine underwater world hides a lot of interesting things for scuba divers - here you can see the remains of sunken ships and crashed aircraft. The Church of St. Nicholas stands on a hill; from Komiza Bay you can see the islands of the Vis archipelago, including Bishevo.
The island has fertile soil, thanks to which local people manage to grow fruits and grapes here, as well as French beans, which are considered a delicacy.
The city is conveniently located - it is easy to get to neighboring islands from it to see local attractions. You can also go to the neighboring islands - Palagruzha and Diomedes.
Not only sights can be visited in Komiza - here you can also successfully go diving, paraglide (Club Caleb), go horseback riding or go hiking through the woods along specially designed trails for tourists. Komiza is a great option for lovers of moderate relaxation.
Yacht charter in Komiza is a trip that you will want to repeat and it is not necessary to rent an entire yacht for this, you can limit yourself to one or more cabins. If you are interested in renting yachts in Komiza , take advantage of our site - the system itself will form upon your request a list of the most suitable offers. A warm blue sea, a sunny day and a fast yacht - what else is needed for a great vacation? Keep in mind that the cost of rent will include the cost of fuel, payment of parking, cleaning the yacht and insurance. Rent a yacht today and embark on an exciting journey, during which you will discover the picturesque islands on the Croatian coast, try the local cuisine and relax on the beaches with clear water.
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