In a bay surrounded by pine trees, lies a lovely village of Bozava. The very old village was firstly mentioned in history back in the 1327, and near-by there is an ancient Illyric settlement found. Residents of Bozava are traditionally engaged with fishing, farming and olive oil production. The olive trees in Božava are up to 700 years old and are of significant horticultural relevance. Therefore, the area has been declared a botanical reserve. Bozava harbour welcomes all sailors to dock and refresh their supplies and power. There are also four very attractive hotels in the village, from which a tourist train takes visitors to the near-by beach Sakarun.