Of all the inhabited Croatian islands, Vis is the furthest from the coast and the most enigmatic. It spent most of its recent history serving as a Yugoslavian military base, cut off from foreign visitors from the 1950s until 1989. This isolation kept the island from developing and forced much of the population to move elsewhere in search of work, leaving it insufficient. inhabited for many years. But precisely because of the simplicity of living, even through the most remote tourist periods, Vis differs significantly from other tourist destinations.
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