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Sipan Luka

Sipanska Luka is a pretty waterfront village at the end of a deep inlet at the northern end of the island. The buildings are grouped around an enormous and ancient plane tree – amongst them is a grand through crumbling villa with a balcony supported by lions carved in stone.  There’s a tiny beach just outside the harbour but there are quieter spots for swimming on the opposite side of the bay accessible by a runs between the olive groves and the rocky shoreline.

You can hire bikes to explore the rest of the island and there are a few bars and restaurants – the seafood at Kod Marka is much favoured by the yachting fraternity - but that’s about it in terms of tourist amenities. Barka at the Hotel Sipan is the place to head to for post-dinner drinks.



  • You can berth bow- or stern-to on the quay or tie up alongside so long as you don’t obstruct the ferry.

To Do:

  • Explore the island on foot or by bicycle


  • Bars and restaurants
  • Basic provisions