This fabulous property has first position to the sea and is beautifully located in a small fishing village on the Southern coast of Croatia. Nestled peacefully right on the Adriatic sea, the apartment has wonderful views of the Dalmatian Islands – Hvar and Brac and the Peljasic Peninsula – with vineyards and picture perfect towns and villages dotted along the sea shore and is within easy access to the beautiful islands of Miljet, Korcula.
Komarna is a perfect touring base for so many daily excursions - in and around southern Croatia, most of which we have documented and leave in the apartment for you to review and choose yourself. There is so much to do in the area and a little further afield that it is hard to get everything in – the great islands, waterfalls, historic cities in Croatia and Bosnia and Roman ruins!
The apartment sits right on the village promenade which makes for a wonderful morning or evening walk – just after or prior to a little dip or hearty swim in the sea. A perfect way to start or end your day.
This apartment takes over the entire floor of the apartment complex and is ideal for those special family get-togethers like special birthdays or anniversaries. Modern and fully air-conditioned the apartments is airy and bright with 3 wonderful big balconies where you can sit and enjoy the peaceful and pretty surroundings.
It is part of a larger complex and has a fully equipped team of people to cater to your needs from arrival through to departure – these guys are there to help and can offer advice on tours, things to do as well as additional help on daily practicalities if and when you need it during your stay.
Komarna is in southern Croatia – with a coastline and views very similar to the southern coast of Italy. The weather is the same also – lots of long hot summer days, very little if any rain and beautiful breezes coming in from the sea. Dubrovnik is to the south of Komarna and requires a pass through the border with Bosnia – via Neum, a great town for restaurants and shops. Ston is on the Peninsula and is certainly worth a visit – it’s very like a ‘little Dubrovnik’ with fantastic salt! We always pick up a box of Ston salt on our visits there – fabulous to cook with. Of course Zadar and Split are two great cities to visit and they lie to the north, as is Mostor (with a fantastic new shopping mall!) in Bosnia.
Although Croatian wine isn’t as known or respected as Italian or French it is certainly improving all the time. Over the last 10 years we have been travelling to Komarna there has been a noticeable increase in the number of vineyard planting in the area. Komarna now has it’s own vineyard which is a must see. It’s very close to the apartment and they have wine tasting sessions on-going throughout the year – a real treat! The Peninsula is dotted with vineyards and more and more are opening their doors to wine tasting and purchasing direct – most will also sell red wine vinegar and some of the best olive oil in area – we pack our bags with oil every time we visit and reminisce about our holidays each time we open the bottle!