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Condé Nast: ‘The Next ‘it’ Island is Vis in Croatia’

visOne of the world’s most popular travel magazines, Condé Nast Traveller, has advised its readers to visit Croatia’s most remote inhabited island as it is set to be the world’s next ‘it’ island…

Vis, situated on Croatia’s southern Dalmatian coast, has been included in Condé Nast Traveller’s 3 Hottest Destinations of 2015 list.

In its latest report the renowned travelling magazine advised readers to visit the ‘next it city’ – Guadalajara (Mexico), the ‘next it beach’ – Trancoso (Brazil), and the ‘next it island’ – Vis.

Vis, a tiny, just- bustling-enough island off mainland Croatia, has all the Adriatic allure of Split (boating, gorgeous coves and beaches, insanely good seafood) without the crowds and Euro-disco vibe – wrote Condé Nast Traveller.

Stiniva beach on Vis (wikimedia)

Stiniva beach on Vis (wikimedia)


(main photo / www.croatia-holiday-villa.com)

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