Staying in Komiza holiday homes will enable you to have a fabulous Croatian holiday. The wonderful village of Komiza is scenic, beautiful and lies on an island called Vis in Croatia. Now what more can you want as motivation to head off to the apartments Komiza has and enjoy a memorable and lovely Adriatic holiday? When you stay in Komiza holiday homes, you can enjoy the sights of the town itself, the wonderful harbour it possesses and the magnificent Hum Hill, which provides protection to the town. Considering that this place is famous for its farm produce and wines, you can also choose to stay in some of the self-catering apartments Komiza and cook a wonderful meal using fresh ingredients for yourself and your family. Once you have settled down in the Komiza holiday accommodation, set off to explore the sights and sounds of this place. Do be sure to start with walking around the village after you have unpacked your shoes at the holiday rentals Komiza. You can easily start exploring the Hum Hill and enjoy coming upon the magnificent sights or views that this hill affords.
Holiday rentals Komiza - enjoy history, sun and delicious food
One unique sight you will enjoy while you stay in Komiza holiday homes is the Falkusa boats. The fishermen in Komiza use this very uniquely built and traditional boat to go fishing. So perhaps you might want to pick up some fresh fish from them and head back to the apartments Komiza that you are staying in to enjoy your seafood meal! Considering that Komiza has seen inhabitation since the 12th century, there are plenty of ruins and ancient monuments for you to see while you stay in your Komiza holiday home. For instance, the St. Nikola Church dating back to the 13th century is an oasis of calm. Unwind at the many gravel beaches that Komiza has and take in the wonderful views of the Mediterranean. A short 15 minutes drive will take you to Vis, the capital of the island. The harbour connects Vis to Split on the Croatian mainland, as well as to Ancona in lovely Italian region Marche. Vis itself is only one of the beautiful islands off the shore of Central Dalmatia and Southern Dalmatia. The closest islands around include Brac, Hvar and Korcula.
Start exploring the wonderful island and rest yourself in holiday homes Komiza
There is also the Church of Our Lady of Pirates, which is a collection of three churches with the oldest one dating back the 16th century. Use the opportunity of staying in the holiday rentals in Komiza to visit the Blue Grotto, which lies on the island of Bisevo. This ethereal blue cave glows during the day, thanks to the sunlight that comes in and hits the water here. An amazing sight indeed! The Fisherman’s Museum is also an interesting place to go while you are staying in the holiday homes in Komiza. Take in a wine tour, or should one say grappa tour, while you are holidaying in holiday rentals in Komiza, for grappa is a fabulous local spirit.