I’ve wanted to travel to the Dalmatian Coast for years. But in the time I’ve spent dreaming of Dubrovnik instead of going there, I fear that the beautiful coastal city has become a bit too touristy. So, in search of something a bit off the grid, I discovered the latest Weekly Wanderlust- Vis, Croatia.
The farthest island off the Croatian Coast (and one of over 1,200 in the country’s archipelago!), Vis sits 30 miles off the coast of the mainland. The architecture looks as if it inspired Cezanne, the beaches are pristine and uncrowded, the fishing village of Komiza looks like it was plucked from a storybook, and any island with vineyards and olive groves is fine by me. As a former president of the island’s tourist office says, “Vis is the place to come if you want pomalo,” the Dalmatian philosophy of doing things slowly.
Cezanne, were you in Vis?