Building land for sale has a surface area of 250 sqm and has been leveled out in order to prepare it for future building of a semi detached house. It is only 60 meters from seafront and offers a great view to Peljesac peninsula.
Komarna is a village in southern Dalmatia, Croatia, in the municipality of Slivno; population 167 (2011). It is located near the larger village of Klek.
The village is south of the Neretva Delta, 70 km north of Dubrovnik on the coast of Mali Ston Bay, overlooking the Pelješac peninsula.
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.
Archaeological 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. The statue of Augustus is almost 3 m tall.
The Ornithological 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 ornithological 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.
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