Villa Ceres

Dubrovacka 2, Klek, 20356, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Dubrovacka 2, Klek, is near War Photo Limited, Franciscan Monastery, Rector's Palace, and Synagogue.
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TripAdvisor Reviews Villa Ceres Klek

4.00 of 5 stars Excellent

Travel Blogs from Klek

Split, Croatia

A travel blog entry by kastang on Apr 28, 2013

4 photos

... traditional Dalmation songs in beautiful harmony. The most impressive were a group of young males, dressed in formal black and white singing the the vestibule of the palace. The sound was unbelievable. Of course I bought the CD. We spent about 3 hours walking around and were happy to return to the ship, order lunch in our stateroom and enjoy the wine and sun on our verandah watching the ...

Take the City's Walls

A travel blog entry by seangmandell on Sep 03, 2012

23 photos

September 3, 2012

After a late festive night and goodbye to Craig, I slept for about an hour before again catching a one-way flight back to Dubrovnik. My original travel plans had a slight hitch and I adjusted, but as a result, it unfortunately meant that I would have to double back with my travels briefly.

For a week-plus, it was great to have a friend sharing the travel stories (we created a busy week with some excellent ...


A travel blog entry by jvrk on May 18, 2012

... to it, you have to enter through a hole in the wall.

We then walked around a little more and went in search for lunch. We stopped at a seafood place that looked good, and I ordered the shrimp scampi. Well, it was interesting since the crawfish/shrimp were staring at me when they were delivered on a bed of rice. Lots of work peeling and cracking the shells for a little meat. Oh well, when in Rome...


A travel blog entry by mskexpo on Aug 07, 2011

80 photos

... works with a mind that mirrors into the reverse of what he sees to what the viewer will see. The paint is applied in layers so that each layer contributes to the final image. The gallery assured me the paint will adhere tot he glass until the glass is broken and showed me not only the process but also some works that are over 50 years old.

Tennis this afternoon was particularly exhausting for me as well as dirty. The clay (this time) adhered to our sweaty ...

Wine tasting in Trstenik

A travel blog entry by emfairweather on May 31, 2011

7 photos

... s night was somewhat tarnished by a visitor. A boat of elderly people was docked near us and one of the old ladies (70-odd) decided to come aboard our boat and chat with us. At first she was kind of funny, but by the end of the night everyone wanted her to leave because she was so incredibly rude. I know I left dinner relatively early due to her antics and I don't think I was the only one!

That's it for Trstenik!