Kalamota, as the locals call it, closest to Dubrovnik. An evergreen island rich of fertile soil and water, full of lush vegetation like pine trees entangled with citrus gardens and small olive groves. Made of limestone and dolomite rock but at each end, there is a natural, miraculous, sandy beach. There are two settlements both interconnected by meandering paths that lead through the gardens and olive groves, unraveling the remnants of medieval architecture. Apart from sightseeing and enjoying the beaches, Blue Cave and Green Cave – 3 caves are the places not to be missed.