The first mention of the name Komiza is found in a document from the second half of the 12th century.

Sunny Komiza is situated on the southwest coast of the island of Vis in a bay.
The city is indigenous Dalmatian town with narrow streets, houses squeezed together along the harbor and numerous beaches.

It’s one of the few places that has retained its original shape of the old Dalmatian fishing village.
Komiza has always been proud of its fishing history as evidenced today by the Fishing Museum unique in Croatia, located in the old Venetian tower on the waterfront.

It is known for its fish specialties and native wines, as well as the simple, friendly people.
In winter, a small number of residents in the summer significantly increased thanks to tourism, which now forms the main activity here, with fishing and agriculture.

Visiting Komiza will be a real holiday for the soul.