Elaphite Overnight


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  • 100% Private
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Everything you need and deserve
Private Transfer
We always pick up and drop off our guests
Eggs, coffe and a smile in the morning
Domestic Platter
Taste the amazing domestic food
Bottle of Wine
Enjoy Croatian finest wine
Soft Drinks
Nothing Better Than a Cold Drink on a Hot Day
Skipper, Deckhand & Fuel
Let our well experienced crew show you the best places

Places to visit

Ston City

Ston offers an unique environment as a town with the second longest stone wall in the world (5,5 km), with narrow quiet streets, noble ancient houses and with traces of ancient cultures. History of this Medieval little town reaches back as far as the 14th century. Its former value as a „salt city“ gets confirmed even today in the plants of the oldest active salt-works in the world. Ston is a little fishing city, known for the best seafood in Croatia. Ston bay is famous for oysters and mussel beds.

Kobaš Village

Village of Kobaš is nested in the middle of the narrow inlet. This cozy village is uncharacteristically quiet for a popular yachting destination, and well worth visiting if only for that – perhaps all that good food has a calming effect.

Šipanska Luka

The Island of Šipan is the right place for anyone who wants some peace and quiet and who wants to experience the Mediterranean way of life. Šipan has been part of the Republic of Dubrovnik for centuries, and numerous historical buildings stand there as a reminder of that glorious time. Many of these are actually summer houses of the Dubrovnik nobility, the most prominent among them are Sorkočević summer house in Šipanska Luka and the Skočibuha summer house in another place on the island – Suđurađ.


After Šipanska Luka, Sudurad is the second largest town on the isle. It is located in the southeast region of the island in the sheltered Bay of Ruda – a bay that the sailors and boaters like to sail to.

Koločep Island

Of the three main Elafiti islands (along with Lopud and Sipan), Kolocep is the closest to Dubrovnik. The two main villages on the island are Gornje (Upper) Celo and Donje (Lower) Celo. The island is also the smallest, and has a population of around 300 people. Once called Calaphodia, Kolocep came under the control of the Republic of Ragusa (Dubrovnik) in the 11th century. 

Lopud Island

The “middle” island of the Elafiti trio, Lopud is home to just over 200 people although is considered the most developed of the three islands. Its name stems from the Greek name for the island, Delaphodia, although it was also named Lafota by the Romans who once had a settlement there. The island became part of the Republic of Ragusa in the 11th century.