Provita Guesthouse

Pape Aleksandra III/5, Komiza 47, Vis, Croatia

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Our guesthouse offers accommodation and lodging in Komiza, a small village on the island of Vis. It is a recently renovated stone house situated 50 meters close to the sea shore, beaches and the town center.

Komiza is famous for its old fishing tradition and beatiful beaches. It is very close the island Bisevo famous for its natural phenomenon the Blue Cave.

Komiza offers excellent visitor opportunities: quality private accommodation and lodging, historic sites - benedictine monastery Muster, fortress Komuna. It is also famous for its vineyards.

Prices are per person per night.

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B&B Facilities & Policies

  • Free Wifi
  • House Keeping
  • Internet Access
  • Pet Friendly
  • Taxes included
  • Towels Included

Cancellation Policy

This property has a 1 day cancellation policy. Failure to cancel within this time will result in a cancellation charge equal to the first night of your stay.

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By air to Split:

Daily flights from almost all European countries to Split (centre of Croatian coast, Dalmatia). Don't forget checking low-cost GermanWings, WizAir, SkyEurope, ScandJet, EasyJet for and also Croatia airlines.

By boat to Vis: Vis island is connected by excellent ferryboats and catamaran speedboats with Split (and also Hvar-Stari Grad). Split-Vis distance is up to two and a half hours (and around 5 euros per person). Very attractive and not expensive are ferryboat connections of Split with Italian Adriatic ports of Ancona, Pescara, and Bari. These summer journeys across the Adriatic (from Italy) or along the Croatian coast (from Dubrovnik, Rijeka or Zadar) are holiday experience itself. For more information see http://www.Jadrolinija.hr and http://www.sem-marina.hr. There are also numerous smaller companies connecting islands in the region.

By road or train you can come to Split. Take advantage of newly built highways throughout Croatia and frequent buses and trains connecting Split with the rest of land. Port on Vis is located in the main town also called Vis and is 10 km away from town of Komiza.

Located Near

Close to the seashore and the restaurants and he diving center.

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