The walk on the City walls usually lasts from ninety minutes to two hours. Wear comfortable shoes, take a bottle of water and avoid the hottest hours of the day.
The Dubrovnik Cable Car whisks you to the top of the Srd Mountin in under five minutes. Price for an adult return ticket is 150 Kuna and 60 Kuna for children. Why not get a single ticket up the mountain and walk down. The pathway is good and the walk to the Old City takes around 40 minutes. Single tickets are obviously cheaper, 70 Kuna for an adult, leaving change for a round of coffees.
The „Green Market“ in the Gundulic Square in Dubrovnik opens from the break of dawn until exactly midday . Fresh fruit and vegetables all locally grown. As the bell tower rings twelve o clock the pigeons are fed in the square.
When booking plane ticket to Dubrovnik reserve a seat on the left hand side of the plane. On arrival you will have a superb view over the Old City of Dubrovnik, whilst the right hand side of the plane will be left to look at the endless blue of the Adriatic Sea.
Bay of Lapad is a common name for a part of the Dubrovnik peninsula, the city district Lapad and the beach located in the bay. In the Bay of Lapad, there are numerous hotels, bars, one of Dubrovnik's most popular walks, but is best known for its numerous beaches. To see the directions to the location, click here
Near the promenade of Lapad Bay, there are small concrete swimming areas between the rocks, with stairs for access to the sea. The location ensures privacy and enjoying in the nature and the beautiful view of Dubrovnik reefs. To see the directions to the location, click here
The cave was discovered in 2011. during the construction of hotel More. In the underground ambient the temperature in summertime does not exceed 24 degrees Celsius. The nature here demonstrated its strength and patience in creating a plaque made up of countless water drops, while some of the sigas are old even approximately 8,000 years. To see the directions to the location, click here
One of the best beaches in Dubrovnik, located on the Lapad peninsula, is a place where one can enjoy the beautiful view to the sea and the island of Daksa. The location of today’s beach Cava was created early last century during excavation of the stone needed for construction of certain buildings in the area of Gruz. Later on, the nature took care through almost a whole century that the underbrush partially covers open rocks to the sea. To see the directions to the location, click here
Beautiful promenade equipped with children's park, benches and a gravel beach with various facilities. Location offers enjoyment in nature and a nice look at the port of Gruz. To see the directions to the location, click here
Copacabana is one of the biggest Dubrovnik beach on the north side of the peninsula of Lapad, the tourist and residential area of Babin Kuk. From this beach stretches an amazing view of the Elafiti islands and the attractive Dubrovnik bridge. This pebble beach is one of the biggest and most popular for all generations of swimmers. The sea is shallow and suitable for children. To see the directions to the location, click here
One of the most attractive beaches in Dubrovnik, located near the Old town, secluded in the small bay at the foot of the Church of St. Jacob. It is a sandy-pebble beach with spectacular views of the Old town and island Lokrum. To see the directions to the location, click here
This municipality is only 6 km southeast from the historic center of Dubrovnik. Different villages open to the sea, numerous walking paths along the coast, beautiful beaches and other tourist facilities make this municipality specific one.
The village Mlini was named after the mills that once were runned by the small river of Zavrelje, which still runs through the village and provides a large number of sources of potable water. A little idyllic place on the sea shore overwhelms with its pebble beaches, abundant sunshine and a large selection of sport activities.
In the village of Srebreno, known for its gravelly sandy beaches, is located a newly opened shopping center. Srebreno and Mlini are connected with a picturesque promenade, about one kilometer long. To see the directions to the location, click here
Lies near the spring of the river Ombla in Komolac, one of Dubrovnik's city district. An ideal place for people who love the sea and sailing. You can rent sailboats, motor boats and speed boats. If you just want to enjoy the nature, you can walk along the river Ombla and get to the spring, visit the Palace Sorkočević or try local food at a nearby restaurant with a beautiful view of the river Ombla spring. To see the directions to the location, click here
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