Geopark Vis Archipelago is Unesco geopark

The Vis Archipelago – is a central Adriatic aquatorium which belongs to the island of Vis, with a number of nearby unnhabited islets: Ravnik, Budihovac, Veli Paržanj, Mali Paržanj, Greben, Host, Veli Barjak and Mali Barjak and the open-sea islands among which the most remote are the island of Palagruža (40 nautical miles southwards), inhabited only by lighthouse keepers, and the islet of Jabuka which rises like a black pyramid from volcanic diabase above the sea, some 30 nautical miles west of Vis.

Within this maritime triangle, with surface area amounting to nearly 6000 km², there are also the islands of Sveti Andrija, Brusnik and the only populated island among these, the island of Biševo.

UNESCOV GEOPARK VIS can be visited by boats RASCALA 600 or ELAN 20 CC.

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