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Plisko Polje

A fifteen minute drive along the old Austrian road from Vis to Komiža in the middle of the vineyards of the same name, will take you to the village of Plisko polje. Around twenty people live here throughout the year and are occupied with viticulture and olive growing and a few fishermen can also be found here. In the village the Roki farming family is well known and close to their farm is a real cricket pitch. Further ahead, in a westerly direction, during the Second World War there used to be a Yugoslavian airdrome, marked with red and white pillars which were placed between the vineyards of bugava and kuč.

Good to Know

Location
Center of the Vis island
Accessible
By land
Entrance Fee
No
What's so special
Yugoslavian airdrome was located here during WW2
Fun Fact
Sir William Hoste, one of three cricket clubs in Croatia was founded here in 2002

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