Due to the very limited capacity of Komiža, the total festival attendance is limited to 1000 people and the festival is most likely going to be sold out!
CAMPING: In cooperation with the city of Komiža, we are setting up a temporary camping spot on a protected piece of land, shaded by pine trees and accessible by cars and camper vans. The camping will be open from September 11th to 18th, and in order to cover the costs of toilets, water and tourism tax, a participation of 200 KN (≈ 30€) will be asked to all camping visitors, for the 7 days. If you want to park a car or camper van in the camping, you will have to pay an extra 150 HRK (≈ 20€) to the city of Komiža, for the whole week of parking.
ROOMS, FLATS, HOUSES: There are plenty of accommodation options in the village, from basic rooms to luxury houses. Prices usually vary between 15 and 50€ per night per person. If you want to book private accommodation, we suggest checking out airbnb.com, asking a local tourist agency to find something for you, or getting in touch directly with the apartment owners listed at the Komiža tourist office website.
Vis island is far from the coast, and that's what makes it so special. To get there, a ferry (or catamaran) will take you from Split to Vis island. You can reach Split directly, but there are other low cost airports in Croatia - Zadar, Zagreb, Rijeka and Dubrovnik - which are lovely places to visit on your way, and well connected with Split by bus. You can check connections between these cities here.
When you arrive on Vis island, you can get to Komiža by bus (4€), taxi (15 to 20€) or hitch hiking. It is located on the other side of the island, 10km away from Vis harbour.