We visited this small port, whose history is marked by captains who lived in villas that preserve their memories even today, before the tourist season. We reminisced with the locals and discussed the nautical future of the town.
Bura was piercing to the bone, but luckily our goal was getting closer and closer. At this time of year the gift shop, currency exchange, pastry shop and several well-known restaurants were closed, but entrepreneurial members of local self-government board of Ilovik were waiting for us.
What is life like in a small village on the island when summer liveliness passes, yachtsmen set sail, weekenders and natives with two addresses leave and winter sun interchanges with bura and sirocco.