DONJE CELO (42° 41'N; 18° 0.1'E), village (pop. 148 in 1991) and cove on the NW coast of the island of Kolocep.
Approach: Yachts approaching from the open sea pass beside the Sv Andrija lighthouse (white flashes); between the islands of Sipan and Lopud care should be taken to avoid shoals extending from the shores of Skupio islet and the shoal patch (2 m) in the vicinity of the W extremity of Kolocep.
Mooring: The bay is sheltered from S winds and waves; it is protected from the bora by a limestone ridge. Smaller yachts can moor alongside the pier (depths 0.93.2 m). The anchorage under the NE coast affords protection from the bora; yachts are advised to secure lines ashore as well.
Facilities: Some provisions and limited quantities of water. Better shopping for provisions at Zaton Mali and Gruz (Dubrovnik).
Local passenger line: see Dubrovnik.
Sights: Uznesenje Marijino church (Assumption of the Virgin, 1315 C), defence towers at several localities on the island.
Cove on the N side of Rat peninsula.