Last updated on July 8th, 2023 at 06:13 pm
Komiza Croatia is a somewhat undiscovered gem on the Island of Vis. European summers have become a staple trip for many travelers each year. Looking for pristine beaches and a buzzing nightlife, most flock to popular destinations such as Greece, Spain, and Portugal.
While these countries are no doubt in high demand, the downside is the hoards of crowds. Sky-high prices leave tourists searching for off-the-beaten-path locations instead.
Why Visit Komiza Croatia
There’s something to be said about traveling off the beaten path and exploring lesser known areas throughout the continent. With its hidden alcoves and abundance of islands, Croatia is a standout choice if you want to beat the throng.
Many tourists venture to the mainland, but the true beauty of the country can be found in the lesser known towns. On the Island of Vis, Komiza Croatia is known by Croatians for its blue waters and pebbly beaches.
How to Get There
The most efficient way to get here is by ferry to Vis or through a group tour with a stopover at the Bay. During busy season, there are multiple ferry companies that will take you to Vis in just under 2 hours. If you have awhile, it’s worth it to explore Vis for a little, and then hop on a local bus to Komiza.
Bus routes run frequently, and will get you to Komiza in about 10 minutes for as little as $3. Taxis are also easy to flag down, but you’ll pay the price (typically $20-$24).
Stroll along the Split waterfront to book with local tour guides, or browse Viator or Get Your Guide.
What to Do in the Area
If you’re in the mood for local cuisine, Komiza Bay is dotted with restaurants along the shore. For a quick authentic meal next to the water, try the crepe stand across from the Bay. Made at the side of a local home, these may be some of the best things you taste here.
Never too busy, you’re guaranteed a spot on the sandy beaches. Crystal-clear waters provide optimal conditions for snorkeling: so pack your gear! The stillness of Komiza allows for visitors to sit and watch the fishing boats arrive and depart daily.