Welcome to Komarna in Croatia

News and Status for COVID-19 in Komarna and surroundings.

July 11. - Komarna has very few visitors, but many locals and many children and young people this year. Tourists in the north of Dalmatia are increasing, by about 40 thousand a day.
The number of people testing positive for Covi-19 is unfortunately growing. Tracing is pointing to people traveling in from east Balkan and from large gatherings like weddings and sports events.
Strict measures are now implemented to control large groups and organizers are made responsible for the security.
Face masks are mandatory now in shops and other indoor places.
Borders are fully open for EU nationals. You don't have to prove anything at the Croatian border if you're an EU national, but I recommend you fill out the form at https://entercroatia.mup.hr/
It will speed up border crossing and there are special lanes reserved for those who have submitted the form.



Komarna gamle havnKomarna is a former fisherman's village 70 km from Dubrovnik and 120 km from split. From all over the village, you have a spectacular view over reefs, cliffs and small islands to The Peljesac Peninsula in the distance.

Komarna is primarily a summer resort for people from the surrounding cities. They leave their home in town for a few months during summer and come to live in komarna. The village also has self-catering  apartments and houses available to rent for a vacation and holiday stay.

The main attraction for locals and tourists alike is that there is nothing to do in Komarna except kick back and relax. There is no organised tourist entertainment. There is just one small hotel with a restaurant, two beach bars and one mini-market in town.

The village is unspoiled and safe for families, and the mix of local people and tourists is just right.



Komarna BeachThe holiday resort Klek is three kilometers to the south, and there you can find a more organized tourism with more restaurants and coffee shops.

Further five kilometers will take you to Neum, the only seaside town in Bosnia-Herzegovvina. It has several bigger shops, restaurants, hotels and a beech that is usually very crowded.

If you don't want to spend all your time at the beach, there are a lot of interesting places nearby. You can find information here under "Activities" in the left menu.

In Komarna, you will find self catering holiday apartments for a memorable vacation at the beach or an active vacation with sightseeing, walking and swimming. The village has different types of holiday accommodation with one, two or three bedrooms.

Please write your inquiry or comment below or call us at 0045 2349 5880

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