Vrboska is situated in a long, picturesque and shady bay whose shores are connected by three tiny Venetian-like stone bridges that give the place an indescribable charm and warmth.

Vrboska consists of two parts: Podve which is a mixture of Renaissance and Baroque houses lined up along the shore and Pjaca with churches, narrow streets, remnants of Municipal Loggia and houses with Renaissance and Gothic details.

Some of the points of interest of the area include the Fortress-Church of Our Lady of Mercy, Pjaca (the square), Church of St. Lovrinac, St. Peter’s Church, St. Roko’s Church, Podve, Mirje (the largest ancient farm) and the Fisherman’s Museum.