What to expect in 2021?
We are „Safe Stay in Croatia” labelled, our hotel meets all hygienic and safety standards.
Introducing Restaurant & Pizzeria „Stari Gusar“ with new tastes and flavours upon high quality.
Fully equipped, safe diving base with qualified instructors will be also awaiting you.
Enjoy your holiday and discover Dalmatian lifestyle whilst considering your and others’ health and safety!
Hope to meet you soon!
Nice location for a peaceful holiday
“Location is superb and really on the sea.
Fantastic place, for a family vacation it’s the perfect place. Great value for the money you spend.
Location is fine and I recommend it. Nearby there are a lot of hidden bays with fantastic clear water. In front of hotel you can rent diving geras, kayaks, small boats or powerful sky jets. Rent a boat is very affordable with about 50 euro for 1 full day.”
Giorgio, Udine, Province of Udine, Italy
I loved every moment there
“Croatia is wonderful, Korkula Island is amazing and Prizba is a very pleasant and calm place.
The hotel is very good, well situated in a beautiful place, price is right… I would back there, certainly!”
ABorne from Brasil
„Gyönyörű a tenger, nagyon jókat lehet úszkálni és közben a tenger fenekét nézegetni. Mindig van egy pici szélmozgás, így napozni is jól lehet. Nagyon finom a Grill bar, gazdag a reggeli választéka, mindig, minden ennivaló friss. Tiszták a lakások és megnyugtatóan nyugalmas hely! Szuper volt!”
Agnes Kodrean, Budapest, Magyarország
Couldn’t ask for more
“Wonderful position on the coast of Korcula island at Prizba. The accommodation is comfortable and clean. We were there from September 2 – 7 (2008), and had a couple of days still at 30C.
The apartments are tiered on the hillside – probably best to ask for one with a sea facing balcony to catch the cooling breezes.
Friendly staff, comfortable and a great position – couldn’t ask for more.
Lots of very pretty places on the island an easy drive from Priscapac – the island is only about 45km long and 10km wide. Just be prepared for the local kamikaze drivers on roads barely wide enough for one car, let alone two.”
Bigharps from Liverpool, Australia