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DALMATIAN ISLANDS - ISLAND OF LOPUD

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DALMATIAN ISLANDS - ISLAND OF LOPUD

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DALMATIAN ISLANDS - ISLAND OF LOPUD

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HOLIDAYS ON THE ISLAND OF LOPUD

The string of islands that crowd the sea between Dubrovnik and the Peljesac peninsula to the north are known as the Elaphites. Only three of the islands are inhabited - Kolocep, Lopud and Sipan - each of which supports a modest tourist industry.

Lopud Island is the most charismatic of the Elaphite Islands, dotted around 17 kilometres off the coast of Dubrovnik; it's an up-and-coming destination for holidaymakers, drawn by its superb beach and relaxed pace of life. There's just one village on the entire island. It's little more than an enclave of pretty stone houses framed by citrus groves and a picture-postcard bay.
Lopud is the perfect place for people seeking true relaxation, calmness and tranquillity. Almost total absence of cars contributes to that mellow feel. It is a great place for getting away from it all - whether for a day-trip or an extended stay.

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ISLAND OF LOPUD'S ACCOMMODATION

There is only one settlement on the Island, also called Lopud, and therefore peace and tranquillity are the order of the day. The village of Lopud lies on northwest side of the bay and the local ferries from Dubrovnik operate there. The bay has a pleasant sandy beach and a limited number of cafs, restaurants, private guest houses and only one hotel. The island is relatively small, only around 5 km2, and therefore is ideal to explore on foot.

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ACTIVITIES & EVENTS IN ISLAND OF LOPUD

Lopud Island is the second largest of the Elphite Islands and has often been called Insula Media, which means 'middle island'. You can reach the island by boat from Dubrovnik, Orasac and Zaton. There are no cars on the island. A conservational project is currently being implemented to protect the island's art and cultural heritage.
The island has two parallel hills, which are connected by a dolomite valley. Lopud bay is at one end of the valley and Sunj at the other. You can reach the cove of Sunj beach, which has fine white sand and is one of the best in the Dubrovnik region, by following a one kilometer pathway. You can go walking, cycling, snorkeling and kayaking on the island. The island has many orange and lemon groves, as well as palm, pine and cypress trees.

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