Stiniva is one of the most picturesque bays not only of the island Vis, but the whole Adriatic. Sea entrance is pretty narrow, only 3 meters wide, made of impressive 30-meter high rocks on top of which there is a hundred-year-old pine tree wood. After almost semicircular entrance, the bay spreads and ends with a beautiful, pebble beach that together with a few fishermen's houses create a magic ambient. In one of these there is a traditional bar with a few chairs and home-made wine, so if you are lucky and the owner is there, make a toast and enjoy the ambient. There is no road to the bay, so natural beauties are preserved. Most probably the look of the bay is the result of falling of the cave top. The sea magnetically attracts with its deep, blue clarity and the diversity of its seafloor is ideal for snorkeling. When looking at the bay rocks while swimming they seem even more powerful and you have a feeling that it is a natural statuary exhibition. If you are enough brave, climb up and jump into...the crystal blue sea. The bay is pretty deep (10m and more) and it's not protected from S and SE winds, but if the weather is stabile I recommend you to drop an anchor, release the whole chain, tide stern rope to the rocks and enjoy the unique experience.