A picturesque island town and the heart of the Mediterranean in the truest sense of the word


Discover everything Komiža has to offer

Blue Cave
This cave is a theatrical backdrop where the nature plays with shapes and colours leaving the visitors breathless. It is located in the Balun Bay on the east side of the islet Biševo. The cave has two openings, a smaller one, artificially deepened, accessible by a rowing boat, while the second opening is like a vault and much wider, allowing the sunlight to penetrate the cave. Around noon the sunrays enter the underwater opening, reaching the Blue Cave, and reflecting the white seabed thus illuminating the cave with a shade of navyblue and the objects underwater with the shades of silver
Stiniva Bay
One of the most beautiful beaches in the world – Stiniva – is hidden within reach of Komiža. It was shaped during the Ice Age, and due to its exceptional natural resources, the beach is under special protection. Few years ago, the renowned world portal “European Best Destinations” declared it the most beautiful in Europe
Fishermen’s museum
The museum is located in Komuna, a Venetian fortress on the Komiža’s waterfront. It has a representative collection of original items of boat and fishing equipment from local fishermen, for centuries known as the best and most famous on the Adriatic Sea, as well as a collection of items that were used for fish processing, a craft once highly developed in Komiža. Among the exhibits, the replica of the famous Komiža’s fishing boat, called Gajeta Falkuša, attracts special attention.

Escape to your personal



Picturesque architecture, the aromas of Mediterranean vegetation, hidden coves with crystal-clear sea all together make an ideal recipe for enjoying the island way of life

Taste the Komiška pogača – a savoury aromatic pie made of yeast dough, anchovies, and tomatoes
Season the dish with a drop of Vugava, an old variety of white wine that thrives only on Vis
Set sail towards the Vis Archipelago and discover the magical islands of Biševo, Brusnik and Svetac. Enjoy the hidden coves, beaches, and caves
Set sail towards the Vis Archipelago and discover the magical islands of Biševo, Brusnik and Svetac. Enjoy the hidden coves, beaches, and caves

Geopark Vis Archipelago

The area of the Vis Archipelago encompasses the island of Vis and the surrounding islets of Biševo, St. Andrija, Brusnik, Jabuka and Palagruža. Due to its exceptional geological natural and cultural heritage, the Vis Archipelago Geopark has been part of the UNESCO Global Geopark Network since the 17th of April 2019

A must-see in


Sunbathing, swimming, and outdoor activities are not the only advantages of Komiža. It is a destination of rich heritage just waiting to be discovered

01 Kamenice Beach
02 Benedictine Monastery of St. Nicholas
03 Franciscan Monastery
04 Church of St. Mary – Lady of the Pirates
05 Church of the Holy Spirit
06 Dragodid
07 Military submarine tunnel Jastog (Lobster)
08 Špilja Medvidina
09 Tito’s cave
10 Airport

With its reputation for long-standing fishing tradition, intriguing history, seductive flavours of sea delicacies and Vugava wine variety, you will be enchanted and literally fall in love with Komiža at first sight

Annual average temperature in Komiža in degrees Celsius


Komiža is one of the warmest destinations on the entire Adriatic with an extremely warm and dry climate, making it a true Mediterranean oasis, with an authentic, slow, and healthy lifestyle


Make your stay


Here are some suggestions on everything you need for a comfortable visit. Find activities to do and spend your time exactly as you prefer. If you need a place to stay, we prepared a handy list of hotels.

01 Hotels
02 Events
03 Activities


Trips from


Due to its micro-location, Komiža is an ideal starting point for one-day trips to surrounding destinations. Discover the authentic Dalmatia

A world-renowned hit destination and the capital of the Mediterranean where antiquity and hedonism meet
A wonderous city under the UNESCO’s protection
A pirate town located at the mouth of the River Cetina, with narrow streets that will impress you
Makarska rivijera
Heavenly beaches and crystal-clear sea in hit destinations of Baška Voda, Brela and Makarska
An island with thousand wonders, best known for its beach Zlatni rat
An island of exceptionally rich history where the origins of Dalmatian and ancient culture were found
Authentic and untouched island, ideal for adventurers and those resisting commercial content
Walk the Game of Thrones paths and explore the ancient fortress Klis
The host of Sinjska Alka, a chivalric tournament with a 300-year-old tradition, and an ideal starting point for an excursion to the source of River Cetina
Take a walk along the Imotski field, taste the River Vrljika and feast your eyes on the Blue and Red Lake


Events in Komiža

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