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Moro Beach Stupe – New Beach Bar on Small Island Near Korčula

New beach bar open this summer on Stupe island (Photo: Moro Beach Stupe

A new beach bar has opened this summer on the small island of Stupe near Korčula on the southern Dalmatian coast.

Moro Beach Stupe, which is located just a short boat trip away from the town of Korčula on the small island of Stupe, is already proving popular since opening in the idyllic location last month.

Led by chefs Igor Gudac and Matija Kruhonja, Moro Beach Stupe is opened for fine dining in the evening, as well as lunch and cocktails by the beach all day.

Moro Beach Stupe is open from daily from 7 am to 2 am.

You can follow Moro Beach Stupe on Facebook here.

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