The picuresque village Vrboska lies at the bottom of a long, narrow and curvy fjord. Banks overlapped by bridges and the islet between them, are the reason Vrboska is called "little Venice". The appeal of Vrboska is known for centuries, with the remains of the ancient villa Rusticae standing witness to the Roman presence. One of the cultural highlights of the whole island is Sv. Marija fortified church based on a small hill, overlooking the charming stony houses of Vrboska and beautiful beaches around it. On the south side of the bay, ACI marina is open throughout the year, making Vrboska exteremly attractive for sailors, too!