"On the island of Kalokairi found Donna Sheridan, his three men, and received their daughter, Sophie, in the film Mamma Mia! But the island is not real, and the sequel to the film about Donna and Sophie was recorded in Croatia, on the island of Vis. "
"For 10 years ago had the Mamma Mia premiere, and in July it was once again time for the viewers to hum to ABBA songs, and marvel at the beautiful scenery when the Mamma Mia! Here we go again, was released. The film takes place both after the first film's events, and before, when Donna first came to the Greek and the fictional island of Kalokairi. But when you chose the location for the film's sequel was selected in Greece away. "
"the First film about Donna and her daughter Sophie was shot on the Greek island of Skopelos, which led to the tourism business increased significantly on the island. Already in 2008, tourism increased by 12.5 per cent on the island. But when it was time for the sequel to the hit film decided to remove Greece for Croatia. According to the Daily Mail was the Greek bureaucracy, money-saving reason for the decision. Instead was the movie set in the Croatian Vis - an island in Dalmatia. "
"Two hours outside of Split, Vis. With its crystal clear waters, numerous beaches, cliffs and spices, it is not so strange that you chose the right Way for recording. The beaches Kamenica and Zaglav is perfect for a dip in the blue waters or a moment in the sun. Are you interested in adventure, a visit to Modra, the blue grotto, to be more suitable. There you can take boats and see the sun's rays reflected in the water and create a blue light in the cave. You can also climb the island's highest peak, mount Hum, which is almost 600 metres above sea level and offers a fantastic view. Around the island are growing the moreover, wild spices like thyme and rosemary, so widen the nostrils when you walk on the island. "
"Mamma Mia! Here we go again inspelades mainly on four places on the island. The bay Barjoska, the city of Komiza, the beach Stiniva and the town of Vis. Much of the film was shot in Barjoska, a bay on the island's western side, which can only be reached by boat. Also, the beach Stiniva seen in the film, and already before the recording, the site was popular among the visitors because of the beautiful location. The beach is protected by cliffs and it is easiest to get there by boat, although it is also possible to walk down. Komiza and Vis are the largest towns on the island. The former is a sleepy little fishing village, the second a little larger, with an old town full of narrow alleys, squares and churches, and both cities appear in the film. "
"Ever since the stone age there have been settlements on the Way, and there is a lot of history on the island. Among other things, has the vineyard been great on the island historically, and remains so to this day. The wine Vugava is a unique white wine that is believed to have been produced in over 2,000 years on the island. But despite this, the island is tranquil, unspoiled and relatively unknown. This may be because the Vis was closed to tourists until 1989, on the grounds that the yugoslav army had a military base on the island. "