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The "pearl of the Adriatic", as Dubrovnik is also called, is the ideal starting point for tours and excursions. The islands of Korcula and Hvar, the Mljet National Park and the coastal metropolis of Dubrovnik are just a few examples.

Dubrovnik Riviera

Bastions, towers and castles ...
The old town of Dubrovnik is car -free and was declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO in 1979. The 1940 meter long, walk -in city wall gives impressive views of the lively coastal metropolis and its sights. Past bastions, towers and castles you can look at the rector palace, the old harbor and the Onofrio fountain, from the 15th century. According to legend, you can get rid of your bad luck if you wash your hands on each of the 16 bubbling taps. Try it.

Dubrovnik is full of life ...
And this not only when the traditional summer festival games with ambitious music and theater performances are opened every year in the Sponza Palace: Linen towels are still hanging on the laundry stones in the alleys, the house entrances are decorated with flowers and there is a happy mood in the numerous restaurants and pubs late into the night. A walk on the beach and through the narrow streets and shops gives the guest an impression of the thousand years of beauty of this city. Everyday life escapes sky when the full moon dives the city into its glittering light.

Bathing opportunities

Fels, gravel and sandy beaches.

Peljesac peninsula: flat sandy beaches, partly with shadow -giving pine.

Lapad or lapad peninsula: beach with lush subtropical vegetation surrounded by pine forests; Samartin sandy beach; Gravel beach (at the Hotel Vis).

Hvar island: beautiful shallow beaches, rocky beach with sandy bays and sandy beach.

Corcula and Mljet islands: ecologically clean beaches, sandy beach, rocky beach.

Sports & Freetime

City tour, galleries, museum, cultural monuments, dominic monastery, churches, monasteries, basketball, handball, boccia, mini golf, table tennis, darts, swimming school, diving school, fitness center, water slide, rental of paddle boats, pedal boats, surfboards, rowing boats, motor boats, water skiing, parasailing, Banana-Boat, bicycles, Mljet National Park

Excursion recommendation

Pelješac peninsula
Places Orebić and Trpanj

Hvar island
Dom, Franciscan monastery, theater, fortresses with a wonderful view of the islands of Pakleni Otoci and Vis

Corčula island
Places Vela Luka, Korčula and Blato

Lastovo island
Parish church of St. Kosmas and Damian from 1473

Malacolosgian museum with a unique pussy collection from the Adriatic and the world's oceans

Lopud island
Part of the Elaphiti Islands, an 11.5 km long coastline with partial sandy beach

National Park Mljet
Large and small lake connected by the canal, Benedictine monastery from the 12th century


More than 60 restaurants, many bars and cafes, discotheques, post office, hospital, pharmacies, exchange offices, veterinarian, airport, bus station, ferry port, exchange offices, ATMs, banking, banking, ACI Dubrovnik (cafés, restaurants, swimming pool, 2 tennis facilities, romantic river channels and in between gardens)

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