Choices for eating out are relatively limited, with just a couple of restaurants in Molunat itself. However, both are great quality, as food is locally sourced (usually fresh from the sea!), and reasonably priced.
Most accommodation is self-catering, however, many have outdoor kitchens and eating areas, so for those who enjoy cooking for themselves, it really is a pleasure. The local supermarket ‘Tommy’, situated right beside the harbour and bus stop, is small but well-stocked and has everything you need for your stay. For a wider choice you can head to the local town of Gruda.
The small supermarket in Molunat has all you need for a comfortable stay in terms of eating and drinking, and any toiletries and household products you may need. It has a bakery, a good selection of fresh fruit and vegetables, and a limited stock of meats, frozen foods plus all your grocery essentials.
For more choice or if you’d rather get stocked up for the week, you can head to Gruda which is only a 15-minute drive away. Here you will find a butcher, a bakery, and two larger supermarkets, as well as some good restaurants and café bars.
In Gruda you will also find a small clothes boutique and a charming Atelier selling Artisan silk products made by local artist Antonia Rusković Radonić. Here you can go upstairs and see the live silkworms at work, and how these amazing creations are brought to life.
The nearest shopping centre is Sub City in Srebreno, a 30-minute drive or bus ride away. There is a selection of clothes and shoe shops, including H and M, a Muller shop selling specialised health foods, and a larger supermarket with everything you might need for your stay.
“With the sea on your doorstep and the surrounding local produce, you can find cuisine to suit every palate”