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Dubrovnik Airport is located about 90 km south of Komarna. In the period from April to October, there are many direct flights into Dubrovnik from all major European, UK and Irland cities. Check Dubrovnik for more informations about flights into Dubrovnik Airport. From Dubrovnik airport take direction Dubrovnik. Pass Dubrovnik and continue on the main road that runs along the coast direction Split. Komarna is on the main road, just 70 km north of Dubrovnik. On the main road, there is a sign indicating left turn into Komarna.
Split Airport is located about 130 km north of Komarna. From Split airport you can either take scenic road that runs along the coast, direction Dubrovnik, or take highway A1 direction Dubrovnik. Taking the highway will certainly be better choice during the summer days, beacause the old road runs through busy villages along the coast. Take highway A1 direction Dubrovnik, get off the highway on junction Ravca. Take direction Vrgorac, Dubrovnik. Komarna is 65 km far from the highway junction Ravca, direction Dubrovnik.
 Get around
Komarna is a little village, so the best way to get around is on foot.
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Komarna is a great base for sightseeing. Dubrovnik, Ston, Peljesac peninsula, islands Brac, Hvar, Mljet nad Korcula, Mostar, Medjugorje are all within one hour drive from Komarna.
Arheological Museum Narona is located in village Vid, 25 km far from Komarna. This is the first "in site" museum, built on the archeological site itself. You can see remains of Augusteum - antic temple consecrated to emperor Augustus, dating from 10 B.C.. Beside the temple, there are 16 monumental statues of emperor, his family and other powerful Romans. Statue of Augustus measures almost 3 m in hight.
Ston is famous for its fortification walls dating from XIV century, when Ston became part of Dubrovnik republic. 5,5 km long, with its 40 towers and 5 fortresses, walls of Ston are the longes fortification walls built in Europe. While in Ston, don't miss on oysters!
The Orintological collection in Metković is one of the greatest collection of its kind in Europe. You can see over 340 stuffed birds who frequented area of Neretva Valley. Neretva Valley was once a swamp and this collection is a testimony to former richness of the life in Neretva. Many of those birds, do not come any more to Neretva Valley due to the soil improvements, and they can only be seen in this orintolgical collection.
Slivno and Smrdan grad are ruins of villages in the hills above Komarna. Those villages are today abandoned, but many local people still cultivate olive trees there. From Komarna you can hike all the way to Slivno and Smrdan Grad. The views over Peljesac Bay are amazing.
Old town Dubrovnik is not to be missed while in Komarna. It is only an hour drive from Komarna.
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Swimming is the main activity while in Komarna.
Hiking is another populary activity in Komarna. There are many abandoned villages in the hills around Komarna. Walking paths are clear and indicated.
Speed boat ride if you have a proper licence can be a great day out.
Motor boat ride can take you off to secluded beaches in the bays and islands around Komarna.
Ladja Marathon Ladja Marathon ia amateur sport competition of traditional vessels from Lower Neretva River held since 1998 on second Saturday of August.
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In Komarna there are two restaurants and one pizzeria. One restaurant offers wide variety of dishes, while the other restaurant being run by the local fisherman and his family offers mainly seafood. The prices are fair. There are many restaurant in the area of Komarna. Restaurant Duda i Mate in village Vid offers, among other dishes, local specialities - eels and frogs! Ston is particulary famous for its oysters.
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There is one small hotel and many apartments available in Komarna. The hotel Villa Bili has both rooms and apartments with one or two bedrooms. Many of the private apartments may be rented through a Danish travel agency Komarna Rejser who runs a site  in English, Danish and German.
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