Sold 100.000,00€ - Apartments
Apartments in a beautifully restored stone house are one sale
Apartments in a beautifully restored stone house are on sale. Set in a prime location in Komiža this exclusive property offers an experience of secluded tranquil surrounding.
The restored elegant stone house is arranged on four floors (lower ground floor, raised ground floor, upper floor and raised loft area) within a short walk from the sea.
The reconstruction is done with respect for the dalmatian authentic architecture and the unspoiled Mediterranean ambiance.
The apartments are arranged in a practical and functional way so each apartment has a spacious private terrace. They are fully furnished and equipped.
One apartment is left for sale: studio apartment in ground floor- 46m2 + bedroom and bathroom as separate unit (100.000 €) Clear paperwork; full title.
Island Vis is the farthest inhabited island off the Croatian mainland.
The island of Vis is pearl among Croatian Adriatic islands, left untouched by the development of tourism for so many years – due to its strategic location on the open sea. The island is offering it’s unique traditions, history, cultural heritage and natural beauties to the outside world, and it is slowly becoming one of the most popular tourist destinations in Croatia.
The climate of the island of Vis is Mediterranean with hot and dry summers and gentle and humid winters. The average annual temperature surpasses 16 ºC.
Vis has always been an island of fishermen and winegrowers. Komiža on the island of Vis is considered the cradle of fishing in the Adriatic. Vis Island with all its towns and villages has an exceptionally interesting past. The first settlement on the island, Issa, was founded by the Greek colonists from Syracuse on Sicily in the 4 th century BC. Ancient Issa developed into an urban economic center of this part of the Adriatic.
Island’s natural beauties and at the same time top tourist destinations are The Blue Cave, located on the island of Biševo, Monk Seal Cave, The island of Brusnik, Stiniva Bay, The island of Palagruža. The aquatorium of Vis is famous for its islands on the high seas (Brusnik, Sv. Andrija, Jabuka, Palagruža).
Other atractions on the island are the remains of ancient Issa, Vis Archeological Museum, underground tunnels and bunkers, churches and a monastery, fortresses from various periods and open air cinema if you’re looking for some relaxation.
Vis is densely interwoven with roads, asphalt and footpaths so there is no part that is unreachable or impassable. That’s the reason why many are atracted to walks and excursions into the field, over the hills and valleys. The highest point of the island is Hum and other locations are Krušovica i Podhumlje, Talež and Vela Gomila, Plisko polje and St. Vitus.
Swimming on Vis is an unforgettable experience firstly thanks to the clearness of the open sea that surrounds it. Some of the beaches are Prirovo town beach, Grandovac, Zaglav, Stiniva and many other.