Just an hours stop here on the boat cruise - long enough for a stroll and coffee. Pics shows views of the bay where we walked along. Apparently on the internet this place is voted one of the top 10 island resorts.
Kolocep is the smallest of the Elaphati Islands - a laid back place and totally unspoilt by mass tourism plus its car free. Just one main bay and hotel with a few cafe bars along the promenade and a sandy beach. We just enjoyed strolling along the promenade here and enjoyed a coffee - all too soon it was time to sail onto the next island.
The 15th century is considered to be the golden age of the island of Koločep, a time when the greatest number of summer palaces was built by the Dubrovnik aristocracy - just like this one seen near the harbour area as Kolocep is approached. There are a few ruined and preserved small churches on the island too that were built in the Pre-Romanesque period.