Dusko Lozica Bb, Mokosica, 20236, Croatia | 3 star condo
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Travel Blogs from Mokosica

Winning Wineries of the Peljesac Peninsula

A travel blog entry by jackandcece


... his garage tasting room. His arms were stained with plavac mali juice and he wanted a moment to wash up before enthusiastically offering us a tasting.

Often the small wineries we stopped at were closed. Sometimes, we lucked out by catching the owner/winemaker deeply engrossed in the tasks of harvesting, pressing or bottling. Such is the experience wine tasting in Croatia, where most wineries are small farms with limited resources but a lot ...

The Adriatic Sea: Croatia

A travel blog entry by kabsa2laksa


... than Ston and one kilometre closer to the road. After treating myself to a nice fresh oysters and white wine lunch, I dipped in the sea for a late afternoon swim. From Mali Ston it's only a 20 minute walk to Ston, and after arriving there I found a room to stay for a couple of nights. The hotel and hostel offering in Ston is quite limited if existing at all, so you have to rely mostly on home stays. My accommodation options in this trip have been almost ...

Cruise Day 11 - Dubrovnik, Croatia

A travel blog entry by carol53


... to have a light meal and rejuvenate before heading back inside the walls.

We were able to pay for our lunch in euros but received kuna as change so what a perfect excuse to go and do some shopping. Once inside the walls again from the town side we found that there were once again numerous stairs to descend before reaching the main plaza surrounded by restaurants, shops, a water viaduct and in prominent position a church whose steps are used for outdoor concerts. There was ...

Dubrovnik Old Town

A travel blog entry by bkerr


A local guide took us on a tour of Dubrovnik old town first thing this morning. The old town is right on the coast and is all within continuous walls you can walk around. The city of Dubrovnik is easily 5 times the size of just the old town itself. The area within the walls is simply called 'the City' by locals and outside of it is referred to as Dubrovnik. The city has never been invaded ...

DAY 5 - DUBROVNIK - APRIL 14, 2013

A travel blog entry by blackie_me


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I had wanted to walk on the other side of the harbour to St-John Fortress and so we did that. There wasn’t much to do there except enjoy the view and sit on a bench. The walkway follows the curve of the cliff on which stands the Fortress where you can visit the Maritime Museum. I wanted to finish off my last day in Dubrovnik at Buza Bar. It was cool by now so my jacket came in handy. ...


This 3 star condo, located on Dusko Lozica Bb, Mokosica, is near City Harbor, Saint Vlahe, Orlando Column, and St. John's Fortress.
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