Molunate

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Molunat is one of the southernmost towns in Croatia and the southernmost town in this online travel guide. The village is a good 35 kilometers from Dubrovnik and just a few kilometers from the border with Montenegro. It’s right by the sea.

Molunat is a very quiet holiday resort. There are some beautiful beaches, several restaurants and lots of peace and quiet. Many locals rent out rooms and holiday apartments. There are very few real hotels. Many holiday accommodations in the beach village of Molunat are apartments.

Tours from Dubrovnik: There are a large number of day trips by bus, boat, kayak… City tours etc.: All can be booked on the well-known German ticket website Getyourguide.

Molunat is a quiet retreat away from the hustle and bustle of tourists where you can soak up the untouched beauty of the Adriatic. Dubrovnik Airport is only about 20 kilometers away, but the journey from Germany by car is very long.

Due to its southern location, Molunat is one of the warmest places in Croatia, which can be an advantage especially on a holiday in spring and autumn. In winter, almost everything in the village is closed, apart from the good Tommy supermarket.

Molunat owes its charm primarily to its breathtaking natural surroundings: the town is surrounded by rugged rocks and lush greenery, and the azure waters of the Adriatic ripple on its banks. Enjoy the Mediterranean sun on the pristine pebble beaches or take a refreshing swim in the crystal clear water.

Beach activities

For adventurous travelers, Molunat and the surrounding area offer numerous opportunities to explore by land and sea. Kayak along the coast to discover hidden coves and secluded beaches, while snorkeling allows you to discover an underwater world teeming with marine life. Fishing trips give you the opportunity to experience the ancient traditions of the Adriatic up close.

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