Categories: Islands, Nature & Parks
At Sipan, you'll see houses made of stone, plus rustic churches and castles. Known for its numerous eagles and excellent vineyards, the island was a Roman settlement one millennium ago, which became a summer residence of 15th-century Croatian nobility. Still later the land was known for agriculture like olives and citrus fruit. You can access the island by boat and visit some of the 34 churches. The village is home to about 450 people. For Sipan and beyond, use our Dubrovnik travel itinerary maker to get the most from your Dubrovnik vacation.
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An island perfect for a relaxing afternoon, taking in the pretty harbour views whilst enjoying a cold beer.
Stopped off here on a local boat trip. Lovely little island. Not that much to do but good for a stop off.
We enjoyed strolling around Sipan, there are places to sit enjoy the views or walk around to the beach. There are general stores, post office and art shop. Lots of boats coming to visit. A chance to r... read more »
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