While on your holidays in beachfront accommodation on South Dalmatian islands visit numerous historical sites
Visit the island of Mljet, the greenest island in Croatia, where a third of the island was declared a National Park. According to the legend, Odysseus spent seven years precisely on the island of Mljet. In addition to its natural beauty, crystal clear waters, sandy bays, rich flora and fauna, island of Mljet us also famous for the historic sites. Visit towns of Polace, Soline and Pomena and admire remains of residential complexes and ancient villas. Due to many shipwrecks occurred around the island, the underwater world hides many ancient monuments, vases and ceramics. Visit the phenomenon of salt water lakes, the small island of St. Mary, the church and the Benedictine monastery from the 12th century.
Make the most of your holidays in beachfront accommodation on one of the islands of Southern Dalmatia and visit the island of Lastovo and the surrounding islands. Explore the island on foot and visit the capital of the island famous for traditional stone chimneys. While on vacation on one of the islands of South Dalmatia, visit Elaphiti islands: Sipan, Lopud and Kolocep. The islands used to be holiday resorts of the nobility of Dubrovnik, and today you can see the remains of the summer residences, churches and fortifications. The islands are quite small and can be explored in kayak.
Beachfront accommodation on one of the islands of Southern Dalmatia is ideal for holidays away from the stress and noise
Spend a pleasant evening strolling along the waterfront and enjoy traditional cuisine in the restaurants. Dalmatian cuisine is famous for dishes based on fresh fish and seafood, vegetables and olive oil. Be sure to taste the wines from the vineyards of Korcula - Grk, Posip and Rukatac. On the islands there are no discos, but if you're looking for nightlife, you can visit the bars in Korcula or various cultural events that are organized in the summer. You can also enjoy local towns’ fish parties; relax while listening to the Dalmatian songs and enjoy grilled fish and local wine. The island of Korcula is famous for traditional knightly games like the famous Moreska, which takes place every year in July.