Dubrovnik Riviera

Dubrovnik is a town on the Adriatic coast in the extreme south of Croatia. Thanks to its exceptional and rare historical heritage, it is one of the most prominent tourist destinations on the Adriatic. Although it has been damaged considerably during the great earthquake in the 1667, and during the bombarding in the 1991, Dubrovnik succeeded in conserving its beautiful gothic, renaissance and baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains.

Dubrovnik is a perfect destination for a vacation. Because of the fact that it represents the origin of the Croatian science and culture, in 1979.the town of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO’s World Heritage list. Dubrovnik is a unique sample of very well preserved urban area with controlled distribution of streets and squares dating from the Renaissance and Baroque. The defence walls represent town's power and strength, but also a particular architectural beauty. Some other resorts near Dubrovnik are: Lozica, Mlini, Orašać, Plat, Soline...

It is situated 19 km southeast from Dubrovnik beneath the Adriatic highway on the west coast of Konavli. The name Cavtat originates from Civitas vetus, as the fugitives in the newly established Dubrovnik used to call their first habitation Epidaurus. Tourism and the catering trade here are a tradition and it is very well recognized by the tourists. In Cavtat today are five hotels, out of which the most famous one is „Croatia“(5*), numerous restaurants, coffee bars, souvenir shops and a port that can accommodate vessels and yachts.

The resort Zaton is situated in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County in a beautiful lagoon 8 km southwest from Dubrovnik, right next to the Adriatic highway. It consists of Small and Big Zaton. The name Zaton originates from an expression that signifies a lagoon (zaton = lagoon) in which it is situated. Tourism here is very developed, although it's one of few villages here that do not have a hotel, but private accommodation is available.

Slano is a resort situated in a bay which throughout the history represented a safe sea-port and a shelter from thunderstorms. This small resort with numerous historical remains has an exceptional tourist offer. Here you can enjoy in great natural beauty, and serenity.

Trsteno is situated right next to the Adriatic highway at about 20 km southwest from Dubrovnik. In 5th century it was already inhabited and as a proof there are numerous archaeological findings. About the antiquity of this resort, which was frequently visited by seamen, testify the paintings in the parish church of St. Vid. In 1939 Trsteno became a part of the Republic of Dubrovnik, so with the course of time, the notable people from Dubrovnik built their summerhouses here, of which the most famous one is the family Gučetić-Gozze's summer house, situated in the Arboretum, the oldest botanical garden in Croatia.

Blace is situated on the delta of the river Neretva. It's a small resort that counts about 200 inhabitants, and it offers a wide range of utilities in its outdoors: fishing, hiking, etc. In Opuzen you can easily find private accommodation. The Fishermen's night (traditional entertainment of local inhabitants, shouldn't be missed by no means.

It's a very small resort situated few kilometres away from the delta of the river Neretva. It consists of several smaller resorts: Baćina, Banja, Komin, Peračko Blato, Plina Jezero, Ploče, Rogotin, Staševica i Šarić Struga. It can offer you all of the required services.

Klek is a small coastal resort situated in a lagoon next to the highway between Split and Dubrovnik. Once it was a part of the Republic of Dubrovnik. The inhabitants are mostly engaged in growing fruits and vegetables, fishing and tourism. It is surrounded with hundred years old olives trees, oleanders, and other Mediterranean plants. It is a perfect choice for those who wish to have a peaceful vacation. Tennis courts, mini-golf courts and numerous beaches are at your disposal. Other resorts in this region are: Komarna, Radalj, Repić, Duboka.

The island is situated northwest from Dubrovnik. Once upon a time it was inhabited by the seamen, coral searchers, shipbuilders, fishermen, and some of them have also been producing vine. On the island you can still find the rests from the Iron Age. Much later the Greeks and the Romans have inhabited this island. Today it is an oasis for those who want to have quiet holidays.

Lopud lies between the islands of Koločep and Šipan. Its most attractive features are sandy beaches, beautiful promenades, cypresses and the sounds of crickets, loved equally by all its visitors. Romantic lagoons will provide for you unforgettable sunsets. Cheese and smoked ham can be taste in numerous restaurants. The island has several hotels to offer, but the accommodation is mostly in private houses.

The island of Šipan is the largest of the Elafiti islands and has the most inhabitants. It's best known resorts are Šipanska Luka (port of Šipan) i Suđurađ. Most of the island is a dense forest interspersed with vineyards, olive groves and citruses. Small hidden lagoons with crystal clear sea are the island's specificity, and you will not be able to resist them. You can find there about 30 churches built in the Middle Ages, thereby many of them are a mostly ruinous. In Suđurađ, in the vicinity of port is a renaissance Castle built in the 16th century.
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