Photo gallery: Kolocep
Kolocep is the furthest south of Croatia’s fifty some inhabited islands and is part of the Elaphati Archipelago. Located just three kilometers away from Dubrovnik, this island paradise has a no-cars policy, making it an ideal destination for a retreat from the bustle of the city. Take a look at our gallery and see why you should go!
Find your best dining options wherever you are in Croatia with Like Croatia’s Good Restaurants app, available on iTunes now!
More from: News & Tips
- Summer Carnival in Rabac
- The Telegraph: Croatia’s “little Vienna”
- Interview with an expat: Paul from New Zealand
- Olive Days in Solaris and Camping Lanterna
- Kites, Reggae and Vintage — this week in Croatia
- Le Petit Festival du Theatre – The Beauty of Women
- Opatija challenges chess players worldwide
- Hvar’s Traditional Sailboat Festival takes to the seas
- Photo gallery: Sibenik’s first aquarium opens its doors
- ComiXconnection — bringing together the region with comics and graphic novels