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Reviewed 17 July 2014

We were here just for an hour as a part of our cruises on the island, but we managed to visit the old fortified church which is one of a kind. Also have a look down in one out of two city centers on the island. Its worth the visit, but not for more then a couple of hours. Interesting stories about the citiy and how it was built and kept.

Thank Anders80
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Reviewed 12 July 2014

Day trip from Dubrovnik with Jadrolinija ferry. Went here for hiking, but the trails were in a bad condition at some places and we saw a snake (not the poisonous one this time), so we ended up just walking the paved roads from town to town. The routes to beaches outside the towns were also in bad condition so we could not try them. There are good restaurants in both towns.

4  Thank toveri
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Reviewed 8 July 2014

Stayed for 5 days at hotel sipan which has an ATM. Lovely hotel with comfortable clean rooms and friendly helpful staff.Sipanska Luka is a harbour with 4 restaurants and 2 bars which get their business from the hotel but mainly from the island hopping yachts that moor at night. Great place for a total switch off holiday. It is possible to hire bikes, go walking and go sea kayaking for the more energetic and there is a diving centre. The beach is pebble/sand a 5 minute walk from the hotel and you swim in clear blue water.

You can travel from Dubrovnik to Sipanska Luka daily via the G&V line ferry or by the more frequent Jadrolinija ferries to Sudurad (the other port) via the other 2 Islands (lopud and kolocep) take the 10 minute bus to Sipanska Luka which terminates by the hotel. Sudurad has it's own restaurants and beaches which we didn't try but we did walk from Sudurad to Sipanska.
An idyllic location which we will visit again.
If staying in Sudurad suggest Hotel Bosica which has swimming pool and reclining seats on its own beach.

6  Thank Garyroma
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Reviewed 6 July 2014

Home to several artists, pristine ambient and great vistas abound. Come in on a smaller boat and take to me sailing around e is land...sit in a quite "konoba" (simple restaurant) for some basic food. Stay away from the port as it typically provides for cheap touristy establishments..

1  Thank misha m
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Reviewed 29 June 2014

We anchored at Luka on Sipan island for 1 night. It was a highlight of our trip. The bay was clean and the water was crystal clear. Our boys swam for hours. We went ashore and a local man helped us to moor our dingy and said he would kobe if for us if a bigger boat arrived. There was a gorgeous little gift shop with the best hand made gifts I've found in Croatia. We hiked up the hill behind the village and bought delicious home made preserves from a local home. The scenery was magnificent. We arrived back in the village in time for dinner and dined at a wonderful waterfront restaurant. The fish was fresh off the boat and cooked to perfection on wood fire. We slept peacefully in the quiet bay.
What a heavenly place!

Later in the week we sailed into Surdabab (sp?) on the other side of Sipan. This was a busier and more bustling little port . . . Magnificent views, lovely cafes, locally made lace sold by the lady who makes it, great art gallery, a lovely walk in the hills and snorkeling in a bay on the way in. Heaven!

5  Thank Samhainn22
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