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Komiza

Komiza is the second largest place on the island of Vis with the population of about 1500 inhabitants. Until not long ago, the local people were primarily engaged in fishing and agriculture but nowadays people are more and more turning to tourism. Small fishing village – Komiza has developed into an exclusive tourist destination attracting more and more tourists with its non touched environment and its rich gastronomy. Despite new trends of modern time, memories of its fishing history, tools and fishing customs can still be found among the local population.

Good to Know

Location
West side of the island Vis
Entrance Fee
No
What's so special
Small fisherman town with interesting history
Fun Fact
In 18th century fishermen from Komiža created a special fishing sailboat - falkuša, a subtype of a traditional Dalmatian fishing sailboat gajeta. Often called “gajeta falkuša`` had features that fishermen needed to support their customs and practices.

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