A small sleepy fishing village, Molunat is a peaceful place. It’s an excellent natural harbour, in an area dotted with orange, lemon, kiwi and pomegranate trees.
The village dates from at least Roman times, and one or two of the houses look like they may have been built back then! Though often described as Croatia’s most southerly resort, there are no hotels. Just a couple of camp sites and a few apartments for rent. There’s a shop and market, 2 restaurants and a couple of cafes.
There’s a beach of coarse sand and diving trips are sometimes available.
If you’re seeking tranquillity on your flotilla or bareboat charter, look no further.