Luka Polače is almost completely landlocked and as a result is very well protected. Polace is the favoured place to leave a yacht if you want to explore the two deep saltwater lakes of the National Park on land. The walk over to the lakes takes around 45 minutes via Montokuc Hill although there is the option of hiring a bicycle.
Polače is located near Dubrovnik (Croatia) 42° 47' 12.0595" N , 17° 22' 41.8909" E
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Duration: 7 Nights / 8 Days
Sailing Area: Croatia
Other places in this itineraryDubrovnik Lopud Island Polače Pasadur Korčula Island Sobra Sipanska Luka Cavtat Town
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