The Adriatic Times Sinke

Far in the southwest regions of Croatian seas, one can find an archipelago called Elaphiti. Not very densely inhabited, they may be a perfect summer retreat for people that value peace and seclusion in pristine natural landscape. One of most known Elaphites is Kolocep, although the locals prefer to call it Kalmota.

What can one expect from this lonesome Croatian destination? For starters, it is one of many no-car islands, meaning motor vehicles are almost impossible to find. The locals usually use boats or bikes for transport between destinations and kids can run freely without their parents being worried.  Second, it is dream come true for photographers, its untouched natural sceneries and astonishingly colorful palette always leading to fantastic images.

You can reach Kolocep by a ferry called Postira that connects local harbor with Dubrovnik. And what kind of enjoyment you can expect from the ride? Check it out in our image gallery below.

Photo: Tonci Plazibat  / Cropix

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