Zuljana

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A town on the southern side of Peljesac peninsula based around a west facing bay where the peninsula widens.




"Žuljana is a village on the Pelješac peninsula in southern Dalmatia, Croatia. The population is 235 (census 2011).File:" Wikipedia









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Lenga Bay
1 . Lenga Bay
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This bay south of Zuljana provides some options for anchoring. A small jetty, accessible by dingy, extends from the northern shore.

Luka Dubrava
2 . Luka Dubrava
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No harbour or fixed mooring, only anchorage in the bay.

Sreser Marina
3 . Sreser Marina
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A series of tiny harbours and a larger open area alongside the breakwater may offer some offer some mooring.

Brijesta Harbour
4 . Brijesta Harbour
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This small busy breakwater provides little opportunity for mooring. A local tavern is found a short walk into the village.

Duba Cove
5 . Duba Cove
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A natural cove home to two small beach bars.

Crkvice Harbour
6 . Crkvice Harbour
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This cove has an added break-water jetty to create a small harbour.

Tatinica Cove
7 . Tatinica Cove
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This cove on the northern coast of Mljet island overlooks the small Kobrava island. The cove has a small quay and a few buoys.

Blace Harbour
8 . Blace Harbour
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A natural large but local harbour with multiple taverns, bars and cafe's.

Polace Bay
9 . Polace Bay
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There are opportunities to anchor to the north of the bay away from the ferry route into Polace.

Polace Quay
10 . Polace Quay
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The long entrance to Polace would tend to provides a natural harbour but conditions in the bay can be troublesome. The southern shore around Polace offers a long quay for visiting yachts.

Neum Harbour
11 . Neum Harbour
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Neum is Bosnian (not Croatian) and so the customs paperwork is necessary. The town is popular and there is little mooring throughout the town.

Pomena Quay
12 . Pomena Quay
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This small cove opposite the small Pomestak island receives some natural shelter, and has a quay around the bay offering basic services.

Podobuce Quay Marina
13 . Podobuce Quay Marina
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A tiny quay inside this tiny cove may have limited space for visiting yachts.

Lokva Quay
14 . Lokva Quay
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A tiny quay on the northern edge of the Lokva bay on the western tip of Mljet island.

Duba Stonkska Harbour
15 . Duba Stonkska Harbour
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A tiny local harbour in shallow waters provides no option for visiting yachts.

Saint Lenga Cove
16 . Saint Lenga Cove
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This long winding cove quickly becomes shallow beyond the neck preventing the entry of keel boats.

Lokva Cove
17 . Lokva Cove
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A large bay on the western tip of Mljet island provides good opportunity for anchoring.

Ploce Marina
18 . Ploce Marina
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An industrial town and harbour with a ferry link to Trpanj on the peninsula.

Hodilje Harbour
19 . Hodilje Harbour
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A tiny harbour for local boats, adjacent is a small jetty.

Trpanj Haboour Harbour
20 . Trpanj Haboour Harbour
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Visting yachts can moor inside the harbour. A tavern is a short walk into the town.

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Nearby Towns

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Luka
1 . Luka
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

Also known as Luka Bubrava this small village is tucked inside a northern bay on the Peljesac peninsula.

Drace
2 . Drace
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A small village on the eastern coast of the peljesac peninsula.

Trstenik
3 . Trstenik
(South Dalmatia )
3.7

A pretty village on the western side of a natural bay on the southern side of the Peljesac peninsula.

Sreser
4 . Sreser
(South Dalmatia )
2.5

A coastal village on the eastern side of the Peljesac peninsula.

Brijesta
5 . Brijesta
(South Dalmatia )
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A small village on the northern shore of Peljesac peninsula positioned near the base of a large west facing bay.

Komarna
6 . Komarna
(South Dalmatia )
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A hillside village on the mainland overlooking a collection of small islets near the Peljesac peninsula.

Duboka
7 . Duboka
(South Dalmatia )
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A popular tourist village around a coastal bay offering many apartments.

Gornji Dingac
8 . Gornji Dingac
(South Dalmatia )
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A small farming village on the southern side of Peljesac peninsula.

Kremena
9 . Kremena
(South Dalmatia )
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A village set back and up from the coast a short way.

Duba
10 . Duba
(South Dalmatia )
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A small village on the mainland with a long sandy beach with a couple of beach bars.

Klek
11 . Klek
(South Dalmatia )
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A pretty village nestled in the hills and around a sandy bay with a nearby outcrop also providing many apartments for visitors.

Crkvice
12 . Crkvice
(South Dalmatia )
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A coastal village on the eastern side of the Peljesac peninsula.

Blace
13 . Blace
(South Dalmatia )
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A small village on the mainland south of Ploce.

Kozarica
14 . Kozarica
(Mljet Island )
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This costal village is found to the west of Sobra on the northern coast of Mljet island.

Neum
15 . Neum
2.5

Bosnia's only costal town on the Adriatic.

Polace
16 . Polace
(Mljet Island )
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This is on the north-western coast of Mljet island within the national park and found on the south side of a natural bay protected by two islets."

Govedari
17 . Govedari
(Mljet Island )
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This small village is set back from the coast and is accessed by a bay on the south-west of Mljet island. Access is restricted by a small passage and a bridge near the entrance of the bay.

Pomena
18 . Pomena
(Mljet Island )
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This small village is on the most western coast of Mljet island within the national park.

Podobuce
19 . Podobuce
(South Dalmatia )
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A small isolated village on the southern side of the Peljesac peninsula.

Ropa
20 . Ropa
(Mljet Island )
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This hillside village is set back from the coast on the south side of the Mljet island.

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