Dubrovnik

Overview

Dubrovnik Castle

Dubrovnik is the southern most city in Croatia and lies along the most beautiful part of the Adriatic coast. Enjoying a Mediterranean climate with mild winters and dry, hot summers, the small, authentic villages and untouched islands of this region make Dubrovnik a fantastic destination for a cultured summer sun holiday.

Dubrovnik is rich in history and has been classed as a UNESCO world heritage site, so it is a great location if you fancy spending your days sightseeing. Encompassed by 2km of city walls with several towers and bastions, the streets are packed full of different sights including Onofrio’s Large and Onofrio’s Small Fountains, Francisian Monastery and the Sponza Palace.

If you feel like resting your feet and spending a day or two lying in the sun you will not be disappointed by Dubrovnik beaches, with both sandy and pebble beaches along the coast with warm crystalline water which are well served with water sports, restaurants, bars and shops.

After dark Dubrovnik comes alive within the city walls, especially along the Stradun where the hub of pubs, clubs and bars are to be found. With all kinds of music venues from rock to pop, soul to electric there is truly something for every taste to keep you occupied and entertained from dusk till dawn.

Highlights

Old Town

Dubrovnik Old Town

Dubrovnik’s Old Town is a Mecca for tourists who flock every year to take in the city’s extensive history. One of the best ways to see the Old Town is to walk the medieval city walls, which at 80 foot high at some points provide great views across terracotta rooftops, hidden monasteries and across to the coast.

Stradun

Stradun is Dubrovnik’s widest street and favourite promenade. It is lined with shops, restaurants, bars, pubs and coffee shops and is a hub of activity in the city. Favoured by tourists and locals alike, a visitor to Dubrovnik would be hard pushed to miss out on the delights of the Stradun.

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