Komarna, Croatia, Waterfront

Discover Komarna in Southern Croatia

Azure blue sea, picturesque beaches and lovely views are just some of the many attributes that Komarna has. Komarna, a small village with a population of only one hundred people, is situated in the Peljesac Bay, just a south of the Neretva river Delta and 70 km north of Dubrovnik.

Komarna is a former fishing village in southern Croatia in which tourism started only a few years ago. Still, visitors to Komarna say that it is exactly what makes it so special – there is no hustle and bustle, there are no big crowds, and its fantastic location offers visitors a number of possibilities to explore the region.

Komarna is an ideal choice for all who wish to spend a relaxing time by the sea. A crystal clear sea, views of little islands and the Peljesac peninsula and stunning sunsets will delight any guest who choses Komarna as their holiday destination. Komarna will offer you unforgettable moments and relaxation.

Facilities in Komarna are simple but sufficient. This little Croatian village by the sea consists of family houses without any big hotels. Many families offer private accommodation. There is a mini market, three bars, pizzeria and two restaurants in Komarna. In Neum (5 km), the only seaside town in Bosnia and Herzegovina, and Metkovic (25 km) there are supermarkets, fresh fruit and vegetable markets, a fish market, butchery, etc.

For children and active adults, there is a multifunctional sports ground (basketball, soccer) and petanque field.

If you wish to enjoy the many of attractions of Southern Croatia, you don’t need to go far from Komarna. Komarna is only 70 km north of Dubrovnik, and on the way to Dubrovnik, the most visited Croatian town, you can enjoy other great places of this most southern and smallest part of the Croatian coastline.

The Peljesac Peninsula with its famous vineyards and its historical town of Ston, the island of Korčula – known as the home of the famous explorer and trader Marco Polo, the island Mljet the greenest Adriatic island, the Dubrovnik riviera, a tiny coastline between Ston and Rijeka Dubrovačka.

If you decide to go north from Komarna, the sightseeing doen’t get less attractive: Mostar with its Unesco protected Old Bridge and Ottoman style houses, Medjugorje shrine visited by milions of pilgrims from the entire world, the islands of Hvar and Brač, are all within one hour’s drive from Komarna. Historically important Split and Trogir are just a bit further and can be reached by motorway within 2 hours drive.