Šipanska luka (the port of Šipan) provides a good shelter from all winds. There are only two settlements at the island – Suđurađ and Šipanska luka which are connected by 5.2. km long road. Coves, bays and beaches of Šipan were recognized by Dubrovnik’s nobility in the early times of Dubrovnik’s Republic; for its beauty, peace and picturesque countryside. The entire island exudes tranquility and peace while there is a supermarket, bakery and several bars and taverns in Šipanska luka and Suđurađ, as well as numerous medieval mansions and churches.
Korčula town refers to the cultural and tourist center of the island Korčula. Inhabited from the times of ancient Greeks and Romans Korčula achieved its peak during medieval times. Numerous bars, restaurants, taverns as well as jewelry shops and art galleries are located within city walls where traditional combat sward dance called Moreška takes place every Thursday night. Since Korčula is also known as the birthplace of Marco Polo, the visit to museum dedicated to him is inevitable.
Skrivena luka or the hidden port (literally translated from Croatian) refers to the bay on S side of island Lastovo, famous for its crystal clear turquoise waters, beautiful environment and untouched virgin natural environment. The bay offers an excellent anchorage while one of the most beautiful views at south Adriatic is offered from cape Struga, at the S part of the bay. If contacted, the lighthouse keeper’s family could provide you the unforgettable meal while the lighthouse keeper would take you fishing if you deserve it. Lastovo island along with its archipelagos on both W and an E side refer to the pearl of the Adriatic billow and is declared a Natural Park for its diversity of flora and fauna.
Polače refers to the biggest and main port of Mljet National Park and is one of the most protected ports in this part of Adriatic. Diving, hiking and mountain bike trips to the Mljet National Park are available in Plače as well as the grocery store and a bakery.
Saplunara refers to one of the most beautiful bays of Mljet islands along with its sandy beach. The bay is well protected from all winds while its sandy bottom guarantees safe anchorage. The bay is enclosed by a thick forest of pine, exuding with calm and tranquility.
Kobaš is the most adored spot at the south part of Pelješac peninsula. This small village gained popularity among yachtsmen and other adventurists for its exquisite offer of genuine food and wines. Hidden bays and coves in the Ston bay offer the unique essence of being in the natural paradise of turquoise crystal clear waters.