St.Peter Villas

Banja 31, Slano, 20232, Croatia | Hotel
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Travel Blogs from Slano

Sigh, leaving Dubrovnik

A travel blog entry by ruth.parent


... away that was much quicker. So, thats what we decided to do. We started the day at a very charming cafe at the top of the wall in Dubrovnik, named Madame PiPi (after an anatomically correct and somewhat off-putting fountain in front of the cafe). Food was great and the view was amazing. As the cruise ships started to unload we then bailed out and decided to enjoy the 28 degree weather at a beach outside of the city, ...

Spits on Slano

A travel blog entry by camanita

... and sailed a bit further into the bay that spills upon the town of Slano (literally translated to 'salt' in English).

We went ashore and noticed that they were setting up a market of some sort. The town isn’t very big, so we managed to walk the entire length (and then some) in a short matter of time. We stopped for a beer, and wandered the market some more, and then stumbled upon the most crazy sight – an open field with a bunch of ...

Day 4 - Island hopping.

A travel blog entry by antonmarsh


... and headed for the first of three islands. After a 45 minute sail passed the enormous town walls we arrived at Kolocep. Typical for the coastlines on the Dalmation coast it had rocky outcrops with shallow seas surrounding it. We decided to take a walk to see some little churches and eventually found the cemetery and very sweet church. Was a lovely, steep walk but worth it. Luckily we turned back when we ...


A travel blog entry by garrcon

... high roller crowd. But we walked in anyway.
Last day, went back to old town one more time, then went further on to Banjie Beach, we had our bathings suits under our clothes so spent a couple of hours just chilling out at the beach, water was great, even if only my feet went in, at least I went into the Mediterrean Sea. Lots of artists sitting along the sea wall, and tons of coffee shops.
We truly did it enjoy it here, next stop is Sarajevo, Bosnia. ...

Why didn't we work here.....

A travel blog entry by chelseacrown

... Dubrovnik. It was amazing. We could have been living there for August, earning tons of money as the pub crawl in Dubrovnik sells itself as there's nothing really to do, the 120 kuna price includes the club entrance which is normally 50 kuna, and there is no competition. Plus, they worked 3-hour shifts for flyering instead of competing at the same time against each other in town working for as long as it took. If Reece had taken the job when it was offered to him, it would ...


This hotel, located on Banja 31, Slano, is near Spanish Wells, Gaulding's Cay, Tarpum Bay, and Rock Sound.
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