Hotel Bozica is situated on the island of Sipan 17 kilometres north-west from Dubrovnik. The Sipan Island is the largest of the Elaphiti Islands and most inhabited one covered with lush Mediterranean vegetation, olive trees, grapes, oranges, tangerines, figs, pomegranates, carob and laid-back atmosphere. Listed in Guinness world record book for the ratio of number of olive trees to the number of inhabitants Sipan will capture you at a glance. Summer houses of Dubrovnik Republic aristocracy sheltered in a deep bays of
Sudurad and Sipanska Luka will impress you with its beauty and nobility. There are two main villages on the Island of Sipan: Sipanska Luka and Sudurad. Hotel Bozica has found its place under the sun in the sleepy village of Sudurad stretched along the little harbour. The village is dominated by the 16th-century castle of the wealthy Stijepovic-Skocibuha family from Dubrovnik. Beside natural beauties, Sipan island can offer many other things for sightseeing along with the nice beaches. In 15th and 16th century many noble families from Dubrovnik built their summer residences on Sipan. Island is surrounded by many small islets, bays and crystal-clear sea.