Reviews of Kuća Visoka

"An entire house, just for you. The UK-owned Kuća Visoka is a renovated stone house with wooden beams, four floors, three tasteful, airy and bright bedrooms, two bathrooms, a gorgeous ground floor kitchen, a spacious living room, a verandah, and a DVD and stero room. It's absolutely perfect for a longer stay."
Rated "Our pick" in the Lonely Planet guide to Croatia, 4th edition, 2010/11
"This charming, four storey, stone house in Vis town centre contains 3 bedrooms, two bathrooms, a kitchen and an extensive video library."
Time Out guide to Croatia, 2nd edition, 2010/11

Guest testimonials

"We loved the house...a brilliant holiday" - Emma and Jane, London
"A most enjoyable week - we love Vis!" - David and Carole, Winchester
"Thank you for a very relaxing week...the house was lovely" - Alison, London
"Re-book us for next summer"! - Barney and Amelia, London
"We have had a great week, thanks for a wonderful holiday!" - Mary, Norwich
"We have enjoyed a fanstastic week on a beautiful island" - Derek and Barbara, UK
"The Blue Cave was amazing, the beaches delightful - I could go on!" - Mike, UK
"We had a fantastic time [and] fell in love with Vis and the house...the food on the island was also fabulous. We feel quite sad handing the keys back..." - Rachel, London
"The house was lovely, in a fabulous position and very tastefully decorated, equipped for everything we needed. We made good use of the "treasure chest" full of inflatables!" - Carmen, Huddersfield
"We absolutely loved Vis, and your house is a joy...very comfortable, peaceful and we really appreciated the good beds, fresh linen and fans - and what a fantastic location! Your video collection was hugely appreciated by the children - and therefore also by us..." - Nancy, Pembrokeshire
"We had a fantastic time. We fell in love with Vis and the house was just great." - Deryn, London
"The house was exactly what we were after, quiet, perfectly situated and very good value. We had a wonderful week and would recommend Vis and Kuca Visoka wholeheartedly." - Tim and Jane, Sussex

Media articles

"With its medieval villages, deserted beaches, ancient ruins, rambling olive groves and the best vineyards in Dalmatia, Vis is poised to become the next "it spot" for sun and fun on the Adriatic."
Voted amongst the Top Ten Little Known Dream Islands by Yahoo Travel.
Yahoo Travel, May 2010

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"Tucked away on the Western rim of Croatia's Dalmatian archipelago, Vis has been named one of the 10 best-preserved islands in the Mediterranean by the World Wildlife Fund. Its clear azure waters contain seagrass meadows, dolphins, rare turtles and sardine, and the locals' rejection of a planned tuna farm suggest the island is standing firm against commercial development. [Accommodation] - four-storey town house from £65 a day (
Guardian Travel, August 11th 2007
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"I love Vis, Croatia's most distant island, which is sensational for seafood, locally made wine and escapism close to perfection as eating out gets...numberless beaches washed by seas clear to 100ft, you can swim in Bisevo's Blue Cave as it flouresces turquoise at midday. Magic."
James Stewart, The Sunday Times, January 14th 2007
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"Vis announces itself gloriously. The water, clear as a freshly polished mirror, is mid-ocean blue. The shore is fringed by a ramshackle assortment of grey-stone houses...[it] is not like anywhere else...a haven for lovers of wine, waves, wild flowers...and willow-wielding cricketers!"
Frank Partridge, The Independent, August 19th 2006
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"The WWF has declared Vis one the the Mediterranean's last remaining untouched natural habitats. The interior of the island is much akin to a vast, wild rock garden with rosemary, sage and garlic carpeting the hillsides and softening the terraces of vineyards and olive groves...our hosts on Vis never ceased to delight us with their culinary skills and respect for nature."
Ann Kramer Borčić,
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"I wanted to come to the island of Vis in the Adriatic, a two hour ferry ride from the Croatian coastal town of Split, because I read somewhere that it's what Mediterranean islands once were, before mass tourism. I came because I wanted to see the old Med. The Zorba the Greek Med, a place full of wizened old men chatting the shade, a place of olive oil and strong wine...."
Doug Mckinley, The Times, May 1st 2004
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"Vis has orchards of 1,000 year old carob trees, rare orchids, plants and herbs that are dying out elsewhere in the Mediterranean, the most densely developed and visited tourist region in the world...."
Ian Travnor, The Guardian, 23rd July 2003
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