Stiniva Beach

Stiniva beach is located at the southern part of the island Vis – the farthest inhabited island in Croatia. Stiniva cove is known for its unique natural beauty dominated by high cliffs that form a small “sea entrance” to this pebble beach with clear turquoise sea. It was voted, by tourism organisation European Best Destinations, as the most most beautiful beach in the Europe.

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Stiniva cove

If you`re planing your visit to Stiniva cove, book your accommodation to Vila closest to the beach, try a local cuisine at the tavern located just at the Stiniva beach and book an excursions to see nearby attractions.


Vila Luana main entrance

If you are looking for an accommodation closest to the Stiniva cove then we would recommend Villa Luana. Villa Luana is a beautiful house located just above the Stiniva beach in Žužeca.


Tavern Peruka, only tavern in Stiniva beach and people sunbathing in front of tavern

Try the authentic Dalmatian cuisine and Vis specialties such as Viška pogača. Visit some of the finest taverns on the island Vis and Stiniva beach and enjoy your gourmet experience.

Boat tours

Boat at the Stiniva Beach inside the Stiniva Bay

Boat tour around the island of Vis provides the better way to explore natural beauty and hidden shores of the island Vis. Visit Blue, Green and Monk Seal Cave and discover amazing underwater landscape.

Did you know?

In 1967 Stiniva beach along with Stiniva cove is proclaimed a protected natural monument. Since then the cove has preserved its natural beauties with high steam cliffs, clear turquoise sea and wild goat paths that lead to Stiniva beach.

Island Vis

From ancient times, island Vis has attracted people because of its mild Mediterranean climate and nautical position. Today, Vis is the farthest inhabited island in Croatia that attracts people with its unique historical Mediterranean charm.

Things to see

View at the sea and town

Island Vis has a rich historical heritage and amazing natural beauties. Old stone fortress and churches along the island are a guide to its amazing history. Hidden shores and pebble beach with clear sea are inviting you to take a refreshment from the summer heats.

History of Vis

Church with the green landscape

One of the first mentions of the island Vis dates from the 4th century BC, when the Dionysus, the ruler of the Greek town Syracuse, founded his colony here and named it Issa. It those times this area has an important role in nautical trading and was known for amazing wines.

Vis tours

Diving in the clear sea

Due to its natural beauties and rich history, island Vis is a great location to spend both active and adventures vacation. Cycling, kayaking and off-road tours with a professional guide are the best way to spend a day. Discover the hidden beauties of the island Vis known only to locals.