Veli Iž, nestled in the serene bay on the northeastern side of the island of Iž, serves as the island’s central hub. The sparse population engages primarily in olive cultivation, fishing, and maritime activities, preserving the island’s unique heritage. At the heart of the village stands the meticulously restored Church of St. Peter, accompanied by a cultural center, an ethnographic collection, several authentic taverns and restaurants, three charming cafés, a store, a post office, a medical facility, and a contemporary marina. Immerse yourself in the genuine charm of Veli Iž, where the past and present seamlessly coexist, creating a captivating tapestry of island life.