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Alongside the narrow and winding inlet lies the smallest island town. The region of Vrboska was populated from ancient times and comprises the remains of a ''villae rusticae''. Vrboska was developed during the 15th Century in one of the nicest spots on the island and, regardless of its age and history, Vrboska enchants everyone. Due to the little bridges that connect the town, it is called ''Little Venice''.

From its entrance, which is the widest part, it is overgrown with dense pine forest and the inlet winds and narrows, becoming a sort of channel at the end. Along the channel there are old town houses: renaissance, gothic and baroque houses, which give a kind of warmth, peace and calm to the place. At the southern tip of the Vrboska inlet there is a marina, open throughout the whole year because of the long tradition of nautical tourism.  Anyone who decides to give themselves up to the charms of this small Mediterranean city will be glad that they did.  You will have a good time and not just through sightseeing; the area offers rich nightlife and varied summer entertainment – a summer carnival, Fisher's night, a race of unusual craft, Vrboska's summer concerts or the Festival of St. Lovro...