Travel and accomodation

TRAVEL

The island of Vis is the furthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland. This sanctuary of peace has long been left undisrupted by the roar of tourism. In recent years, Vis has slowly begun opening to the outside world, offering its unique traditions, history, cultural heritage and natural beauty. Vis can be reached by sea (ferry, catamaran or private transfer) from Croatia’s largest costal city - Split. Here are a few suggestions on how to get there:

Zagreb - Split - VIS

If you’re landing in Zagreb, you can either take a connecting flight or an intercity bus to Split. Flying to Split is the fastest and the most hassle-free travel option - the one we definitely recommend. However, if you opt for the latter, there is a shuttle bus which will take you from the airport to Zagreb’s main bus station from where you can catch a bus to Split.

Zadar - Split - VIS

Should you be traveling through Zadar, you can reach Split by an intercity bus.
A shuttle bus will take you from Zadar airport to the main bus station from where you can catch a bus to Split

Dubrovnik - Split - VIS

If you are traveling from Dubrovnik, you can transfer to Split by an intercity bus.
A shuttle bus will take you from the airport to Dubrovnik’s main bus station from where you can catch a bus to Split.

Upon arriving to Split, you can take a ferry or a catamaran to the town of Vis:

ACCOMMODATION

Town of Vis offers a variety of accommodation possibilities, whether you like the closeness of the sea or prefer a more solitary spot away from the soft buzz of a little Mediterranean town.

You can book your room in one of Vis' two hotels but for the best experience we recommend you choose accommodation in one of many authentic private summer houses and villas. Here are a few helpful links for booking your accommodation:

Booking.com

www.booking.com

Paiz Travel

http://paiz-travel.com/?lang=en
For all arrangements of
private accommodation in Vis