Well, it is cute and there's lots, and a lot to see, like the Venetian Loggia, a powerful citadel on the hill. But it's also crowded and overrun with daytripping cruisers and intoxicated partiers who love sing along to some tub-thumping tune. We weren't there in Komiza enough to go into the island from the middle, and it is not reasonable to judge a destination on its chaotic port. It is an extremely walkable city of cobblestone roads, woody paths in the hills, a walk along the shore past many beach clubs. Anton my Croatian friend told me to look out for Falko, a beach restaurant and bar that was fantastic and mellow, that has been a marvelous place to spend the afternoon. For dinner, Charlie took us to Luviji , a highly regarded konoba ("pub") that served us a terrific seafood dinner on the balcony overlooking St. Stephen's Square. here
A yacht is the perfect way to see this part of Croatia, a property of astonishing islands. A yacht in charter will not always be better than a yacht with friends with strangers.
Existing sailors will need no convincing that the yacht is the best method to experience a shoreline. But Theyturned this beach girl into a boat girl -- albeit one who dived into the sea whenever the chance arose.
To put it simply Sail Croatia = cloud nine....sunbathing, swimming, drinking, eating, exploring, partying and sleeping.