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Komarna is on the Croatian coast 70 kilometres North of Dubrovnik. All the holiday villas and apartments have a clear view of the azure Adriatic Sea beyond the beach.
The village lies in the bay of Mali Ston engulfed by the mainland and the peninsula of Peljesac whose coasts are dotted with small uninhabited islands, reefs and cliffs offering a spectacular view much like Southern Thailand or Greece.
Komarna is the perfect place for making a vacation if you want to be disturbed by nothing but the sound of rattling palm leaves and soft waves rolling in on the beach. There is no chance of getting bored though. Just three kilometres to the South you'll find the tourist town of Klek offering a wide selection of restaurants, bars, shops and discotheques, and there are a lot of historical sights nearby and world-class tourist attractions to be easily reached in a day-trip.
On the Komarna web site you can find information on the village and
surroundings which include the ancient Greek colony of Narona in
Neretva Valley, the holy place in Medjugorje and the world heritage
site of Dubrovnik one hour drive to the South. And you may find
accommodation for a great family holiday or senior holiday.
The ferry Split Prvi
The only way to get to the islands of Croatia is by ferry or catamaran. If your planning to go to the island of Brac then check out Split Tours' web site because they have a regular ferry line that goes 4-5 times a day from Split to Supetar (on the island Brac)
Beach in Komarna
photo by: jan skov
Komarna is just off the main North-South highway (E65) that cuts along the coast. It is about 70 km. North of Dubrovnik and 120 km. South of Split. Coming from the North take note of the "km stones" there is a small road leading down to Komarna on your right 700m after the stone with km 733.
If you are coming from inland (Metkovic) turn left in Opuzen towards Dubrovnik and follow the instructions as if you were coming from the North. Coming from the South you'll pass through the tourist town of Klek. Notice the "km stones". Three km after Klek there is a small road on more..
Peljesac is situated in southern Dalmatia between Neretva bay in the north and Mali Ston bay eastward (between which is so called Little Sea). Mljet channel is south of Peljesac, and Peljesac channel on the western side.