Swimming on Vis
Swimming on Vis is an unforgettable experience firstly thanks to the clearness of the open sea that surrounds it. No matter whether you are looking for an escape from the heat by jumping into the sea into St. George’s Bay itself, or that you have abandoned yourself to the unusually strong currents and gentle caress of undersea fresh water springs in Molo Trovna or even better: you are aimlessly floating on an inflated crocodile in the middle of the Zoglov sand bay, Vis’ sea is what remains in your memories and cannot be expressed.
What can be disclosed are the beaches that are mainly approachable by road, suitable for family excursions and due to the amount of natural shade are ideal for the younger guests as well.
For adventurers and researchers, swimming does not have to imply just lying around and occasional refreshment. All of the island’s beaches are approachable by land, and climbing up the cracks the limestone can reveal parts of the shore that are unapproachable by boat.
Island of Vis beaches
Prirovo town beach
Surrounded by high cliffs on all sides, Stiniva is at least on one side always in the shade. You must reach the hamlet of Žužec by road and climb down along the footpath which can last for more than twenty minutes.