Molunat is a small fishing village on the very south of the Croatian Adriatic coast. To give you a bit more perspective on its exaction location, the village is 40 kilometers distant from Dubrovnik and about 20 from Cavtat and the local airport. Transportation in Molunat is well organized and a bus line goes through it several times a day.
There are no actual hotels in Molunat. However, private accommodation in Molunat is quite common and that is why there are many holiday villas in Molunat available at your fingertips. If you try to book a holiday villa in the last minute and find yourself out of luck, rest assured you will be able to find an apartment or at least a room in Molunat. However, for all of you that tend to walk on the adventurous side of life, have no fear, an auto camp in Molunat is available for you as well.
Molunat's inhabitants are quite hospitable and usually pick up tourist that pass through the village and convince them to stay for a little longer than they have planned. Their persuasion technique is built around gourmet specialties in Molunat as even Dubrovnik's chefs heavily rely on their recipes. There aren't that many restaurants. However, the restaurants that do serve the locals and the tourists really take care of their guests. The fish is caught only a couple of feet away from the restaurants in Molunat so the freshness of the food is never really questioned. There are also a couple of cafe bars in Molunat, a post office, a store with fresh produce. Therefore, your basic needs will definitely be covered in Molunat.
There are two very interesting facts that make Molunat so special. For instance, bad weather in Molunat is almost non-existent as the place was built so families could take cover there during harsh windstorms. The nature is completely intact which eventually became a very fertile ground ideal for growth of plants later used as herbal medicines.
Beaches in Molunat are mostly sandy which is ideal for families with young children. Entertainment is quite similar to the rest of the small villages that are in the vicinity of Dubrovnik and concentrates around swimming, sunbathing and scuba diving, the latter being the most frequent type of activity there because of the diverse underwater life.