Sinoć je u prepunoj Batariji predstavljena knjiga prvijenac viškog glumca, dramatičara i još mnogo toga, a prije svega covika Siniše Brajčića "Viška trilogija". Riječ je
The isle of Vis, the furthest-flung of the 1,200 or so islands in the Dalmatian archipelago, scattered like seeds across the sparkling Adriatic, is taking an artisanal, organic and super-local approach to its cuisine.
The Washington Post: Taking it slow on the Croatian island of Vis
“The Mediterranean as it once was.”
From swords to pens in Komiza
In order to secure the town of Komiza, the Venetian governors of the time constructed in 1592 a fort known as Komuna.
Traffici e cultura, dialogo con la Croazia
Delegazione di Komiza in città per la ripresa dei rapporti commerciali tra le due sponde dell’Adriatic
Domovanje pod slikarjevim čopičem
Josip Karakaš je znan po svojih marionetah. Zanj so glas, ki ga vodi skozi slikanje.
The eel whisperer: The diver who has tamed sea beasts and made them his friends
He might be a frogman, but this diver has proved to be a r-eel charmer as he swims among the sea creatures under the water in Croatia.
In the footsteps of Nelson, Tito and 007
On a remote Croatian island, cricket is thriving alongside vineyards, and sometimes in them
Falkuša in Brest representing the Croatian identity
Fifteen years later one can truly say: according to the words of the president of Ars Halieutica Cultural Institute from Komiža, dr.Joško Božanić, it has created “a cultural product named falkuša, and it is not only a boat but it is, above all, a Croati
Berit guidar till sin kroatiska favorit-ö och fiskebyn Komiza
Reseguidens medlem Berit, alias "Desires" återvänder till Kroatien gång på gång. Nu tar hon oss med till sin favorit, den ljuvligt doftande ön Vis med vackra stränder, mysiga restauranger och mycket att se och göra.
Vis är den ö som ligger längst u
The island of Vis as the food capital of lobsters
Two hundred years ago lobsters were mostly enjoyed by well-off Venetians, a hundred years ago they were being transported to the royal tables of Vienna, Budapest and Moscow and fifty years ago, lobsters were served to Tito, Churchill’s son, Lord Randolph, an