Holidays to Sipan
Sipan is part of the trio of islands that make up the Elafiti grouping. It’s got 2 main villages that are connected by a road, Sudjuradj on the south eastern part, and Sipanska Luka which is on the west side of the island. You can get there by a daily ferry from Jadrolinija that takes one hour and 15 minutes. There are a couple of churches to see whilst you’re there and a few summer houses built by the Dubrovnik aristocracy.
The path to Vrbova Bay is rugged with lots of hills but the tiny beach here is sandy and secluded.
Sipanska Luka Beach
This tiny semi circle of pebbles hardly constitutes a beach. There are no facilities apart from 2 sunloungers.
Šipanska Luka Bay holds a fishing village. You can come here early in the morning to see boats hauling in their catches.
Take a walk to the fortified church of the Holy Spirit. It dates back to 1577 and its defences are still standing.
Rent a kayak at one of the hotels and paddle around the island. You can explore lots of little coves.
Go to Sipanska luka in the morning and watch the fishermen come in. They feed some of their catch to the local cats.
There are a few small taverns serving simple meals down by the wharf. You can get coffee, ice cream, and cake too.
A couple of the restaurants close to Vrbova bay serve fish caught that day by the local fishermen.
You won’t find any nightclubs on the island, but if you head to the centre of either town there are a few taverns.
Enjoy a relaxed evening in a restaurant enjoying the wine that Sipan is famous for. It’s grown in the valley.
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