Dalmatia Dubrovnik

Dalmatia Dubrovnik

Located in the heart of the Croatian south, the county of Dubrovnik Neretva is divided into two parts because of its borders with Bosnia and Herzegovina at Neum. There is the Dubrovnik part with Korčula and the Neretva part.

The Neretva valley offers a natural connection between this county and the continental part of Croatia, and the beautiful exotic sandy beaches and open sea are surrounded by steep coves with cliffs to make up one of the most beautiful areas in the Mediterranean. Asides from the marvellous natural sites, there are cultural sites of interest in the towns of Dubrovnik, Ston, Korčula, Metković, Ploče, Opuzen and Vid. All together: the sea, rocks, islands, walls, festivals, museum and gallery collections, and culinary delicacies of the region – fish, vegetables, wine make up life itself!Dubrovačko Primorje is a small area west of Dubrovnik that has Slano as its centre. Surrounded by sea as well as fertile olive groves and vineyards in the interior, it is famous for the summer residences of the noble folk of Dubrovnik. The arboretum in Trsteno is in one of these houses, which is the most beautiful example of Croatian landscape garden architecture. Slano lies in a deep, protected bay, which is attractive because of the many pebbly beaches, plentiful vegetation and comfortable climate. It is exactly because of the contrasts that tourists can relax, have fun and enjoy themselves in the sporting recreational facilities, diving (the Dubrovnik coast hides a number of sunken ships), and on the walking and cycling trails. There is also the “Summer in Slano” entertainment program, a’cappella and fisherman’s evenings, classical music concerts, and folklore group meetings. Come and experience the beauty of the Croatian south!       

Cavtat - a town of many palaces, residences and monuments from Roman times is located on the western shores of Konavle. Underwater Cavtat is the largest underwater site for amphorae in the Adriatic and the Mediterranean.
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The over a thousand year old history of Dubrovnik is visible in every part of this city. The city is a living museum and a live stage, and has an ideal connection between its historical past and the modern day.
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The birthplace of Marco Polo was built on the foundations of a Greek colony, and is the historical and tourist centre of the largest island in the Dubrovnik region.
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Lopud - an island of lush Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation, beautiful gardens, parks and beaches, Lopud is one of the most developed islands for tourism in the Dubrovnik region. In the past, it was an island of captains, which provided the most sailors for the navy of the Dubrovnik Republic.
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Orebić, a former famous maritime centre, which the Maritime Museum bears witness to, is located right at the foot of Mount Sv. Ilija [Elijah] on the Pelješac peninsula opposite the island of Korčula.
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The largest island in the Elaphite archipelago, with its quiet bays, beaches, cypress trees, groves of orange and lemon trees, full of old structures (churches, summer residences of the landowners and plebeians) dispersed throughout the forested slopes...
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