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On the south side of the island of Vis, there is an uninhabited island Ravnik in front of the Rukavac bay, and on its south-west side there is the Green Cave. It's a wonderful work of untouched nature in the Adriatic Sea. The favorite destination for sailors, and in the Second World War there was a shelter for small warships. The name "Green" was given by the greenish glare of the sea, which is a consequence of the many green algae that are located at the bottom of the rocks at the entrance. The cave is spacious with two large entrances. Swimming is allowed. Photo credit © Yacht Rent