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Worth the drive of 1000 km!

Calm and quiet, and beautiful, locals speak English, in the local shop you can find everything that is needed for your stay,will go back definitely!

Reviewed 5 October 2016
István S
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Reviewed 5 October 2016

Calm and quiet, and beautiful, locals speak English, in the local shop you can find everything that is needed for your stay,will go back definitely!

Thank István S
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Reviewed 15 August 2016 via mobile

Had four nights here, silent and sleepy town with tourists chilling at the small beach and in the harbour. Bus connections to Gruda with excelent resteurants, Cavtat and Dubrovnik Note: No atm, closest atm is Gruda

Thank Alexander A
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Reviewed 27 October 2015

Visited Molunat for a few hours on a warm sunny day on 28th October. Such a pretty place...a stunning natural harbour with a few fishing boats bobbing about. My two teenagers enjoyed a peaceful swim. Apart from an Austrian couple, the only people on the campsite in their campervan, we were the only tourists there. BLISS. Saw a local chap... More 

1 Thank joannefishwife
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Reviewed 13 October 2015

Rented a car and drove through Konavle valley all the way to Molunat. You can also use driving different roads and we saw many biking tours because it is flat.

Thank Tamas K
Brecksville, Ohio
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Reviewed 4 June 2015

This sleepy fishermen's village is a perfect retreat for families with kids. Accommodations are very decent, some - even luxurious. Expect prices around 100 Euro per night. The sea is very clean, sand beach is perfect for young kids. You can eat at local restaurants (good food) or cook at your room. Local store and market provide all necessary produce.... More 

1 Thank Ihortar
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Reviewed 2 April 2015 via mobile

We visited here (one of the most southerly points in Croatia) on 31 March and although picturesque it was very quiet as neither of the restaurants nor the tourist information centre were open. We suspect Molunat will feel very different in the main season when the caravan park and rooms are full. We'd still recommend a visit if you're staying... More 

Thank mikeedeedee
Portsmouth, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 14 October 2014

There's not a lot here, residential, camping site, a couple of restuarants and an average Croatian Shingle Beach. Away from the hustle and bustle of the Dubrovnic crowds and quite scenic route down through the Konavle valley(D8) or smaller coast road.

Thank tezpil
Warsaw, Poland
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Reviewed 8 September 2014 via mobile

A very tiny ,little village,with 200 inhabitants, few houses mainly with appartments and rooms to rent, 2 camping sites, diving center and a market. And to restaurants, both very descent with fresh fishes and frutti di mare. Beautiful bay with esmerald water, peace and quite and nature.If you love such place, where life is simple and time goes slowly that... More 

Thank Katarzyna D
Ripe, null, United Kingdom
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Reviewed 24 August 2014

We went to see the fishing village, but stayed for the beach and swimming. If you want a nice gentle swim, then stay on the side where the campsite is, but for a more 'interesting' snorkel then go to the other side of the bay which is where the fishing boats are. But a note of caution - watch out... More 

Thank Debbie S
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Reviewed 2 July 2013

We were staying in cavtat, but dropped in to see Molunat after reading about it in a guide. it is one of the most southern bays in Croatia, it's pretty much Montenegro after this. It is a tiny bay, with very little going on except a few fishing boats coming in and out (though our host in Cavtat assured us... More 

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