Visit us in early spring if you want to spend your holidays in peace and quiet surrounded by greenery of our orchard from which arouses the smell of lemons and oranges. Pick your own fruits and prepare a refreshing drink.
You can also make your holiday unforgettable if you visit us in autumn when, besides swimming, you can spend your time in the harvest of grapes and olives. You can fill your days fishing with local fishermen who will be glad to share their catch with you.
Komiža – an old fishing town with a long tourist tradition is situated in a bay on the northwest side of the island Vis. It is included in a list of the World Wide Fund for Nature (WWF) as one of the 10 most recent heavenly oases in the Mediterranean. A small town with big-hearted people who will gladly sit next to you on a dock and share stories of their rich cultural heritage.
If you’re tired of civilization and hectic lifestyle, Komiža will provide you with the vacation of your dreams. While walking the stone streets of old town, the smells of grilled fish and herbs will delight you.
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Apartments Ana are located in a newly restored house that overlooks the main town beach in an area known as "Golubjera".
We offer four apartments, two 2+1 apartments, one 2+2 apartment and one apartments for 6-8 people. All apartments have separate entrances and are equipped with kitchen, living room, bedroom and a large terrace with a view of the Komiža bay and the island Biševo.
A family holiday is not a real holiday if you’re not spending at least some of it at the beach – you can’t do better than the tried and tested combination of sun, sea and sand. Family beaches on the Adriatic coast are places where fun and exciting activities are always front and centre, with... Read more »
The continuity of Dalmatian cuisine is impressive even by demanding Mediterranean standards. What the emperor enjoyed, has also been preserved for our enjoyment, and added to them have been the best ideas of hundreds of generations of chefs. In this region the principles of the so-called Dalmatian minimalism are consistently respected according to which top... Read more »