Vrboska is the smallest town on the island of Hvar, situated at the end of a deep and narrow cove. Due to the beautiful isle at the center of the cove, connected by many little bridges, it has been named "Little Venice". Vrboska is distinguished for its pristine nature, cultural monuments and the architecture of its winding alleyways. One of the attractions Vrboska has to offer is the Fishermen's museum whose permanent display includes all of the traditional fishermen's equipment. ACI marina Vrboska is located on the southern coast of the port's outer section, and provides good protection from all winds.