Apartment Tedo is four semi-detached houses of 64 m2 each. All houses have free wireless internet access, washing machine and dishwasher. Downstairs is a living room with an open kitchen and upstairs are two bedrooms, both with Air conditioner, and a bathroom. The kitchens are very well equipped to a Scandinavian standard with a big fridge, a freezer and a dishwasher.
The Master bedroom has a balcony towards the sea, and the family bedroom has a door into the garden behind the houses. The garden has orange trees, and a family of tortoises live here. There are two big terraces both with a BBQ and plenty of garden furniture.
The sea is 40 meters from the house and from both the front terrace and the balcony, you have a magnificent view over the sea and the village. You may swim everywhere in the cleanest water you can imagine and 300 meters from the house, there is a regular pebble beach.
In the apartment, you will find our own comprehensive guide book with advice and suggestions for sightseeing.
Activities: There is always a game on in the town's football pitch when night falls. However, activities in Komarna are primarily in the water or at the water front.
The Neretva Valley is an area where tribes, nations and their armies have fought for dominance since the beginning of time. Through the Neretva Valley, the trade routes have gone since prehistoric times. The valley has a rich monumental heritage witnessing the presence of man in this area for thousands of years. Many prehistoric fortifications and settlements are scattered on high or low grounds along the Neretva River.
If you like to visit historic places, you can find many recommendations in the guidebook we have written and placed in the apartments.
If you like wine, it is interesting to visit Peljesac and taste the local wine produced from the indigenous Plavac Mali.
And don't miss spectacular and little-known places as Kravica Waterfalls, Bacina Lakes, Mostar, Narona.
If you like a little action, our canoe safari is fun.
Eating out: A typical lunch cost around €8 including a beverage. A delicious wine 'n' dine with fish or meat as the main course will set you back € 12-15. However, be prepared to pay a little more if you go to typical tourist restaurants in Ston or Dubrovnik.
The restaurant in Villa Bili is the only option if you want to dine out in Komarna. It has a good kitchen and very reasonable prices. You don't have to eat there though. You can of course settle for an ice-cream, a soft drink or a cup of coffee.
On the coastal road towards Klek, there is a restaurant in Duboka. It seems to be open all year and has a reasonable good selection of food. It is always closed on Sundays.
For a greater selection of restaurants go to Klek or to Neum.
Dubrovnik: One word: Go! It's tempting to spend every day of your vacation on the beach. However, do allow yourself at least one excursion. Dubrovnik is United Nations UNESCO Heritage Site. The reason for appointing these is 'Protecting natural and cultural properties of outstanding universal value against the threat of damage in a rapidly developing world', as the UN puts it.
Dubrovnik is known as The Pearl of The Adriatic. Retaining its status as one of the most important Mediterranean ports from the 13th century onwards rich Dubrovnik merchants have left a city plastered with magnificent Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque buildings. However, you don't have to be interested in history or architecture to enjoy Dubrovnik. Being a university town it's a 'young town' with numerous concerts, a theatre, an opera, shops, market and greater scores of great seafood restaurants that you'd expect to find in a 70.000 population small town.