Before the war, the core business of the resort was its hotels: Pelegrin, Kupari, Grand, Goricina I and II, Mladost. That was about 2,000 beds in total, with the Kupari Camp ready for 4,500 more.
The façades of the buildings all show holes caused by shelling or shrapnel. The complete furniture and fittings were carried away or devastated. The entire resort stands poignantly abandoned and deserted on the most beautiful, deep, horseshoe bay of crystal clear waters, looking out to sea through it's empty window-eyes.
This series of projects on Behance details each of the major hotels in the complex.