House Zlatko is located in a beautiful small vacation village Mokalo by Orebić. It is suitable for vacation without the crowds and noise. The house is the size of 65 m2, has 2 bedrooms, living room, 4 beds + 2 extra, kitchen and bathroom. The house is fully furnished, has air conditioning, TV, Internet, DVD player, radio, dishwasher, washing machine, microwave, hair dryer, coffee maker, linens, towels. There are board games and wide selection of DVD movies. It has beautiful yard with barbecue.
The immediate vicinity of the pearls of Croatian cultural heritage of Dubrovnik, Korčula and priceless natural beauty of the National Park Mljet enables guests to quickly visit and to enjoy these destinations. On the Pelješac peninsula, there is a place Ston known for it's walls, salt pans and oyster farming.
Quick drive from Mokalo is the Pelješac bigger city Orebić, which offers nice restaurants, enjoyable walk by the sea and other summer events. It also has ferry that will take you to Korčula. Also, near is Viganj, which is known for wind and kite-surfing so people from all around the world gather there.
Acesso de hóspedes
The guests are able to access the whole house and yard.
Interação com hóspedes
I will be there to welcome guests and offer any advice they will seek.
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Our recommendation for visiting this location
1.Dubrovnik – it is considered to be one of the most beautiful European cities. It is under UNESCO protection. It is famous for its walls – 1940m long, which surrounds it and is the symbol of the city. You can climb the wall – in June and July it’s open from 8:00 till 19:30h –in August and September it’s open from 8:00 till 18:30h and price of the tickets: 150kn adults and 50kn children. It has become even more popular after becoming the filming location for Game of Thrones, and recently new James Bond movie and new Star Wars movie.
2.Korčula – old town surrounded by walls. Marco Polo from there and you can still see his house. There is a little ferry to Korčula from Orebić that goes every day from (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN) and return hours are: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Ticket price in one direction is 15kn, and for children under age of 12 is 7,5kn. Also you can take water taxi at Korčula and go to nearby islands.
3.Orebić – place of sea captains. You can visit nautical museum which is open during the week from 7:00-22:00 and on the weekends from 18:00-22:00. Ticket price is 15kn and for children 10kn.
Above Orebić, 152m above the sea is Franciscan (Franjevački) monastery, which was built at the end of 16th century in gothic- renaissance style and has beautiful view of the cost and sea – something that is definitely worth your time.
4.Nation Park Mljet – it makes 1/3 of the Mljet island and it contains 2 lakes, named Big lake (Veliko jezero) and Small lake (Malo jezero). You can go to Mljet with ferry from Prapratnog, Pelješac. Time schedule to go: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN); and to return: (PHONE NUMBER HIDDEN). Car price for ferry is 140kn and per person is 30kn and for children 15kn. Ticket price for National Park Mljet is 125kn and for children 70kn, and there you can rent a bicycle.
5.Ston – it’s a small town with the longest wall in Europe (5,5km – as you can see we have many walls ). Walking on wall is available every day between 8:00-18:30h and the ticket price is 50kn for adults and 30kn for children. This little town is known for its oldest and still active saltworks in the world. (the salt they are producing is completely natural). Ston bay is also famous for shellfish farming: oysters and mussels, which you can try at the restaurants there (something that you shouldn’t miss).
6.Tunnel Dingač – at Potomje, is long 400m and it ends up at the south of Pelješac where you can see beautiful vineyards which at some part are “hanging” above the sea. Potomje is the centar of production of finest red wines in Croatia (Dingač, Plavac, Postup) – it’s recommended to visit vineyard Matuško at Potomje before entering the tunnel Dingač.