Beautiful location, gorgeous apartment for a fantastic Croatian seaside holiday! Enjoy the Adriatic sun from you private balcony with a clear view of the Dalmatian Islands and Peljasic Peninsula. This first floor apartment is on the promenade in the Croatian fishing village of Komarna. Fully air conditioned throughout, with all mod cons including a washing machine. There is a beautiful sea side walk and great swimming just yards away and the apartment has some rods if you would like to try some fishing. If you are looking for a relaxing break in glorious weather then this apartment is perfect. As a touring base the location is superb to see the Adriatic Islands of Hvar, Miljet and Brac, Historic cities, Roman ruins, beautiful waterfalls ( the list goes on!). There is a large table, made from locally quarried marble,on the balcony which is ideal for breakfast, lunch or evening meal (with a glass of wine). With a gentle sea breeze it is a glorious way to start and finish your perfect holiday day
Exploring the area : To the north of Komarna is Zadar, with its exceptional monuments, and the islands of the Zadar archipelago, the southern part of which is designated the Kornati National Park. The road travels on to Sibenik, with its perfectly preserved old town centre and splendid cathedral, and Trogir, an architectural jewel. The ruins of the Roman town of Salona are just outside the city of Split, which developed within the Palace of Emperor Diocletian. The coastal road turns inland to cross the delta of the Neretva and reaches Ston, a point of access to the peninsula of Peljesac. Finally on a rocky spur stands the medieval city of Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site. All the traffic running from Split to Dubrovnik pass through the 9Km stretch of coast that is part of Bosnia-Herzegovina. The main town is Neum, a holiday resort on the coast. Prices are cheaper here than in Croatia and as a result it is a popular place for Croatians to shop. Nuem has several shops and restaurants.
The vineyards of Dalmatia: Vines are grown all along the coast of Dalmatia - in pockets of stony soil on the coast and islands. Production varies in quantity and quality but standards are improving and there are some very decent wines around. Dalmatia is known for Posip and Grk for Korcula (both white wines), Dingac (one of the best Croatian reds) and Postup from the Peljesac peninsula. Plavac (red) comes from Brac and Malmsy from Dubrovnik.