This ancient-looking courtyard and grape arbour – formerly the 16th-century villa of Croatian poet Hanibal Lučić – is one of the more entertaining and idiosyncratic bars on the island, ably run by a charming young brother-and-sister team who enjoy partying late with their equally young guests. It is also one of the most attractive. Low tables and comfortable wicker chairs spill out onto this pleasant square in Kut, at night a place of drunken singing and snogging. An atmospheric, vine-draped arcade has tables and chairs scattered among dimly lit columns and arches while an indoor bar area encourages mingling and dancing. The bar serves late, and you may be offered home-made grappa. Predictably average dance music is often provided by local DJs.