We passed to Vela Luka alongside the island on our way. The city of Vela Luka is really weathered by the sea and the time, but even in August, eateries serve incredibly fresh and tasty oysters from Ston. You sit calmly at the open lounge of the restaurant (konoba) “Casablanca,” admiring the view, inhaling the sea air and drinking cold white wine Posip with oysters. This type of pleasure! We returned to the town of Stari Grad this time, although to Komiza Island. Imagine what it was called in ancient times? Without much discussion, in one moment, Michael and I decided that it was time. Our map was unfolded by us and calculated that we could reach Rovinj by evening. In Rovinj we'd a yacht in charter. We asked John if he took umbrage at these “old sea dogs”? Our captain was unusually polite, replying that his wife would be extremely happy to see him a little before. It's nothing less than the Greek Faros, but not the one where the famed lighthouse stood. It is a city of beauty that is amazing. Here you'll be able to feel the nobleness of time and early stones.: Where is the best Balearics?