Kolocep, Dubrovacko-neretvanska županija, Croatia
The island of Kolocep is the southernmost inhabited island in the Adriatic sea. It has 150 inhabitants, subtropical vegetation, a little shop, a cafe, a post office, a primary school with two pupils, one resident doctor, one professional fisherman, and no cars. It was originally a Greek settlement but its original name "Kalamota" is probably Latin. It has secret bays, lovely walks, a clear sea, fragrant pine forests and rural charm. Ours is a traditional Dalmatian house close to the sea, near to the ferry but surrounded by gardens and olive groves. We live on the lower floors but in the attic, we have recently built a loft with a sea view, underfloor heating, and a huge terrace. The attic has a separate entrance and offers peace and privacy. But if you like you can also join in some rural activities like gardening, olive picking or fishing with our vintage wooden boat.
1 Month | Dates are flexible for this listing
University of Dubrovnik
Comments: Croatia, Dalmatia, Dubrovnik, Adriatic sea, island of Kolocep, Kalamota
High Speed Internet
Balcony or Patio