WHERE TO GO
In The Region
Not only Dubrovnik, but this whole region is breathtaking.Explore its fascinating
countryside, go island-hopping and discover the beauties ofits National park.
If you are into different cultures, let us organize your trip to neighbouring
Bosnia and Hercegovina or Montenegro. Tailor-made!
NATIONAL PARK MLJET … the untouched island
Two saltwater lakes, the tiny island of St. Mary with a Benedictine monastery from the 12th century and flourishing Mediterranean vegetation – you can find it all on one of the most beautiful islands of Croatia. If you don’t have a whole day for visiting the National park, visit just the eastern part of the island, which is about a 30-minute boat ride from Šipan. Enjoy the sandy beach of Saplunara or find one of countless secret beaches just for yourself!
KONAVLE REGION… rolling countryside and quaint villages protect their traditions
Visit the most southern Croatian region and explore its scenic landscapes: mountains and valleys, blue and green colours; mills and stone houses. Get to know all about tradition and folklore in the picturesque village of Čilipi and enjoy a performance of Lindjo. Another attraction you don’t want to miss is Sokol Grad, an impressive fortress whose history stretches back to 2000 BC. Last, but not least, treat yourself with traditional dishes in a rustic restaurant „Konavoski dvori“ set in lush greenery on the banks of the river Ljuta.
CAVTAT … discover the treasures of the water world
Discover the ancient city of Cavtat and immerse yourself in its narrow streets and timeless beauty. Wander the lively town centre or just take a walk along the lovely seaside promenade. Here you can visit the birth house of the world famous painter Vlaho Bukovac or the Mausoleum of the Račić family. The underwater world hides even more treasures! Pick one of diving centres and explore one of the largest ancient shipwreck sites in the Adriatic Sea with more than 1800 amphorae and pythons.
THE ISLAND OF KORČULA … „little Dubrovnik“
Beautiful beaches, small villages and a rich heritage make it one of Croatia’s most treasured islands. The Old Town of Korčula with its medieval squares, churches and palaces will immediately make you fall in love with this fascinating walled city. If you are in Korčula don’t miss the opportunity to enjoy in the traditional sword dance “Moreška” and make sure to visit the birth house of the famous world traveller Marco Polo!
MOSTAR … the city where East meets West
Famous for its Old Bridge, mosques, minarets and many other signs of the centuries of Turkish rule. Discover this fascinating city where Oriental and Mediterranean cultures blend together in perfect harmony. Take a break (from wandering its bazaar streets) and try ćevapčići and Turkish coffee in one of the traditional restaurants. This amazing “melting pot of cultures” is located in neighbouring Bosnia and Herzegovina, just 3 hours from Dubrovnik.
KOTOR AND BUDVA … explore the beauties of Montenegro
Enjoy your ride through the scenic Bay of Kotor, often called the southernmost fjord in Europe. Take a boat to the charming islet of „Our Lady of the Rocks“ which will captivate you with its fairy-tale beauty. The UNESCO protected city of Kotor will enchant you with its medieval walls, towers, gates and bastions. Don’t miss the opportunity to visit one of the oldest settlements on the Adriatic coast – the city of Budva. This walled city is today a vibrant place with plenty of beaches and a lively nightlife.