Welcome to Komiza
Komiza is an ancient fishing port facing the sea and sparkling in the sun.
If you are looking for peace and tranquillity you will find it enjoying in it’s authentic architecture, joined with rosemary, fish and exclusive wine odours.
Outdoor enthusiasts are offered various sports and recreation opportunities like paragliding, horse riding, trekking and playing tennis.
Komiža has long fishing tradition which is reflected in the appearance of this small town and in the warmth of the local people. It is situated at the foot of the hill Hum (587 m) and oriented in West-Southwest direction. It is, therefore, protected from all the northerly winds and is subsequently the warmest place in Croatia in winter.
The archipelago of Komiža encompasses even the farthest Adriatic islands, rich with fish – Biševo, Palagruža, St. Andrija as well as Jabuka and Brusnik – islands of volcanic origin.
How to get to Komiza
The island of Vis is connected to mainland with Jadrolinija ferry and Krilo Jet catamaran. The catamaran is quicker and the journey takes around 1.5 hours but it is for passengers only . If you want to come with a car, take Jadrolinija car-ferry. The journey will take around 2.5 hours. You can check ferry and catamaran sailing schedule on the links below.
Both ferries arrive at the main harbour in the town of Vis. From there just follow the signs to Komiza or take a bus. There is a bus stop at the ferry pier right in front of the wharf where the ferry-boat docks. The bus schedule is followed by those of ferries and catamarans.
Only shorter delays near the house are possible for personal vehicles during the laguage transport. Parking places, on the other hand, are only 200 m away.
After a short busride, visitors arrive near the Komiza promenade.
Arriving and departing
Check in: 14:00 h
Check out: 10:00 h