Here we are going to share the second part of the restaurants to visit while yacht chartering in Croatia. All of them are on route to your itinerary and we are eager to book them for you:
Konoba Bako, Vis Island:
In the small fishing village of Kimoza quietly sits Konoba Bako, overlooking the view of the water and the village. Adorned in fishing lanterns, nets, and sailor memorabilia, this traditional tavern offers authentic Dalmatian cuisine which inherently utilizes olive oil, wine, and regional condiments. Famous for their simply gorgeous lobster, other popular dishes include octopus cooked in-house wine and yellow tail cooked with capers, laurel, rosemary, and olive oil. Also, don’t miss the archeological collection that exhibits glass bottles, ceramic anchors, a rare ship alter, and a bronze bell to soak in the local marine culture.