In some moments each person wishes to go far away from everyday life, from common rules, from the same people and to find and discover something really different and new. You can take such an opportunity spending unusual holidays on uninhabited island Mrcara (ca 17o ha), 2 Nm far from bigger island Lastovo, surrounded with several smaller islets with which it makes safe and beautiful bay.
Mrčara is a small uninhabited island in the Croatian part of the Adriatic Sea, located west of the islands of Prežba and Lastovo in southern Dalmatia. Its highest peak is 123 m above sea level and its coastline is 7.8 km long.
The nature itself, the sea and the wood enriched with animals on the island, fish in the sea and sea-gulls on the sky; islets and endless horizon; unusual music harmony of unknown sounds: murmur of the sea and cicadas noise… that, and much more makes unique ecological paradise, joy for the body and the rest for the soul!
There are about 2,5 km marked and beaten tracks ideal for trekking and jogging, a cave on the top peak of the island, 2 pebble beaches on the oposite sides of the island, and a pier with a landing-place even for a 20 m long boat.
Resort Mrcara gets electricity from solar power or generating unit, and it is used primary for food storage & cooling drinks .
Owners, Kreso and Sanja, offer accommodation with breakfast and dinner 20 m far from the sea, in 4 wooden cottages.
Food is daily fresh prepared and mostly prevail food that owners breed and hunt. It is prepared in traditional way (roasted, baked, under bellcover, grilled …)