Komiza on the island of Vis retains the taste of a Mediterranean fishing village, although it is becoming increasingly popular as a beach resort and a place to move to the Blue Cave. A pile of pleasantly unruly houses from the 17th and 18th centuries piled up around the harbor and the bay at the foot of Hum Hill. Tourists are attracted by the beautiful beaches and narrow roads and houses crammed around the harbor. Thanks to the mild Mediterranean climate, staying in Komiza is pleasant even in the winter months. Along the entire eastern coast of Komiza Bay there are pebble beaches with sources of drinking water: Gusarica, Nova poshta, Velo zalo.
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