On the north side of the island is the village of Okljucna, and at the foot of this village is the bay of the same name. In the village there is a baroque chapel of St. Anthony and the Queen's Cave, which is adorned with the name of a natural landmark. Legend has it that it was named after Queen Teuta — who had her home there. This queen, as the ancient writers say, ruled the Adriatic and on several occasions besieged the Greek city of Issa, or today's Vis.
№104 in Villages and settlements of Croatia