Kolocep island is located two NM from Dubrovnik. This small island is part of the archipelago of islands Elafiten. Locals also call it Kalamota. Its area is 2.35 km2. On the island there are two villages in the two largest bays of the island: Gornje Celo and Donje Celo that connects a walk of 3 km long.
The island is covered from east to west pine forest whose branches descend to the surface of the sea is one of the most indented islands of the Adriatic Sea which hides many coves and caves. You will also found Plava Splilja (the blue Groote ) where you should go swimming. The crystalline sea abounds in fish and shellfish.
L'île de Kolocep est située à deux MN de Dubrovnik. Cette petite île fait partie de l'archipel des îles Elaphites.
Les habitants locaux l'appellent aussi Kalamota. Sa superficie est de 2,35 km2.
Sur l'île se trouve deux villages situés
dans les deux plus grandes baies de l'île: Gornje Celo et Donje Celo que
relie une promenade de 3 km de long.
L'île est recouverte d’est en
ouest de forêt de pins dont les branches descendent jusque à la
surface de la mer. C’est une des îles la plus dentelée de la mer
Adriatique qui cache de nombreuses criques et grottes.
Vous y trouverez
aussi Plava Splilja (la groote bleue) dans laquelle vous devrez vous
rendre en nageant. La mer cristalline y abonde en poissons, mollusques
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