Comfortable apartment, in a superb get away from it all location. Both bedrooms are large and comfortable, the bathroom is very good and the mini kitchen is well appointed. However, if there are four of you there is very little living space, just a table in the kitchen. If there's only two of you the second bedroom can be used as a mini sitting room. The lovely terrace has two tables/chairs (one for each apartment), so most of our time was spent sitting outside as we had delightful weather. TV only has one station and the wifi could only be picked up on the terrace and occassionally in one bedroom! The owners were a delight! Ante was so helpful with our pre planning. His lovely wife purchased some basic goods for us in advance of our arrival. The family invited us for their traditional meet and greet of coffee and home made cakes and offered information about the area as required. The owners live downstairs but were very unobtrusive, and offered the use of their lovely garden, bicycles and barbecue if required. Sharing a terrace with neighbours from the upstairs apartment means that you don't have total privacy. Luckily we had delightful neighbours too which added to the experience. The views from the terrace are outstanding. Down a flight of steps and you are on the rocky beach and straight into the clear turquoise waters. Beware however, the sea urchins love this area of rocks, so deck shoes are essential to prevent very sore feet! Crocs don't work to swim in - your feet float!!! :) The island is car free, peaceful, clean and has loads of hidden coves for swimming and plenty of pathways for walking. Restaurants are limited, but are reasonable in cost. Our neighbours raved about the fish barbecue at the beach at Gornje Cello, just around the coast. There is a safe and clean sandy beach only 300 metres from the apartment. We visited Dubrovnik old town, taking the 6.45 ferry, and a bus, arriving at the Town at 7.30. we were so glad we arrived early as there were few people and so had plenty of photo opportunities before the crowds and the heat arrived!! Restaurants and bars are more expensive in town than on the island! We tried sea kayaking which was great, however, watch out for the afternoon winds coming up which created two foot waves in a matter of 20 minutes causing us quite a problem getting back! We took the ferry to Lopud island which was also delighful, but more commercialised than Kolocep. All in all a delightful holiday with plenty of peaceful times but also plenty of activity if you want it. Not ideal for teenagers unless they are into walking swimming cycling or kayaking! Would suit families with youngsters and couples.