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We visited Kolocep Island as part of a boat day trip to the Elaphiti Islands. The island is sparsely inhabited but has the typical Mediterranean vegetation and old churches back to the times of the Croatian kings.
Excellent holiday had 2 weeks here really good holiday. Very friendly staff .very helpful. Food was very nice. Not a lot to do on island, lots of walking routes and amazing views. Also went island hopping which was excellent and cheap o the shuttle boat....More
We spent 2 weeks on this Island and thoroughly enjoyed our time there. There are great walks on ancients paths and butterflies galore.
There are no roads on the island though the occasional golf cart trundles past on the walkways.
There are two villages Dornje...More
Stayed there a couple of years ago. Again a lovely island with a lovely hotel. You can actuall y lose your way walking around it but worth it! Just keep to the shoreline walks and you'll find your way back. It takes about 20-30 mins...More
Some scenic walks but take some sturdy shoes as the paths can be quite steep and unmade.
No cars and one main hotel which is where we stayed. It is at the head of a charming bay.
Dubrovnik is at least 30 mins and you...More
Kolocap is quieter than Lopud and much nicer for it. We had a really lovely lunch in quiet garden restaurant overlooking the sea and spent the day sunbathing and swimming. We travelled on the Jadrolinija ferry (I think it was 80kn return each) from Gruź...More
The island is both beautiful and peaceful. One hotel and few cafes.
Be prepared for a good walk ,and try and stay on the beaten track. If you stray you will end up going around in circles! Not many shops but you can purchase some...More