Vis is a delightful isVisland and is the most westerly island in Dalmatia. Fun fact; it's only been open to foreigners since the summer of 1989. As a result it has retained its charm and has not been spoilt by major tourist developments.
On the island of Vis you'll find a picturesque town and beautiful sandy and pebble beaches (Parija, Rogačić, Mala and Vela Svitnja) in the vicinity.
Vis is particularly famous for its tasty and fresh seafood and wine, the later having developed a fine reputation for over 2000 years.
The two main harbours on Vis are Viska Luka and Komiza, both of these harbours have their own unique selling points.
Viska Luka bay is home to Vis Town quay overlooking a lovely little square and small promenade with a few restaurants, small supermarkets, a great bakery and a travel agency where you can arrange day trips to the island of Bisevo; if the wind does not allow you to moor at Komiza. Top tip; visit the ice cream parlour in Vis, and sit outside enjoying a terrific view of the bay.
Komiza is a fairly large harbour with a lot going on and an endless stream of restaurants and bars, its main pulling point is that it's in an ideal location to hop over to the small island of Bisevo.
Another harbour to consider is Uvala Stoncica, which is a long, deep inlet with a popular restaurant of the same name that handily makes its own wine, olive oil and they even farm their own lamb.