This stylish boutique hotel enjoys a commanding seafront position, and offers a warm
welcome combined with superior accommodation.
The Hotel Bozica is a charming hotel, renowned for its friendly service. It is the perfect spot for a relaxing holiday enjoying the peaceful ambience of the island, whilst benefitting froma host of amenities.
The hotel appears to cling to the hillside, its terrace and pool enjoying views over the clear waters of the Adriatic to the nearby islands of Lopud and Ruda and the mainland beyond. A flight of steps leads down to the ample seafront sunbathing terraces and rocky and pebble beach. Guests canhire sea kayaks and snorkelling equipment, at an additional cost, to explore above and below water.The village centre is closed to cars in the summer, and is just a short walk away, along the seafront. We recommend that you book this small intimate hotel early to avoid disappointment as it is extremely popular.
Transfer & distances
Transfers to this hotel will be a car transfer and a sea transfer. This may be by ferry or Catamaran and will be confirmed at the time of booking.
Some rooms are smaller and have a balcony; some have a French balcony, some just a window. Interconnecting rooms are available. The apartments have a separate living and bedroom and two bathrooms.
Total rooms: 27 rooms including 2 junior suites and 2 apartments.
Most rooms have a sea view
all are air-conditioned
safety deposit box,
free wi-fi internet access,
hairdryer and en suite bath, shower and WC.
Outdoor pool, towels provided for guests’ use at pool and beach,
seafront sunbathing terrace,
wi-fi internet access,
laptop for guests’ use,
Facilities subject to charge
Known as ‘the golden island’, Sipan is the largest of the Elafiti islands. It has a charming atmosphere with its quaint stone houses, grand mansions and ornate churches.
Sipan is the kind of place where your imagination can run riot - it is a fairytale island of olive groves, vineyards and abandoned monasteries and crumbling mansions.
During Ragusa’s golden age, it was popular as a summer retreat for the city’s wealthy merchants, many of whom built grand summer residences here. It is fascinating to wander amongst them now and wonder about their history and the people who once lived in them. These days there are fewer than 500 inhabitants of idyllic Sipan and the pace of life here is much more laid-back. It is a haven for holidaymakers who want to relax and get away from it all. There are two main centres on the island at opposite ends - Sudurad, where Hotel Bozica is located, and Sipanska Luka.
Seafront location with amazing views of the Adriatic.
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