Dubrovnik region


Dubrovnik is the most desirable city and the most famous tourist attraction in Croatia, and the sea is here the nicest and the finest. It is a historic town with narrow streets and high walls facing the sun and the sea surrounded by evergreen green islands.

Dubrovnik Riviera stretches from Rijeka Dubrovnik to Neum and Peljesac, near the lush pine shoreline, olive groves and vineyards, hidden bays with crystal clear sea and the most beautiful renaissance Dalmatia garden, the Arboretum of Trsteno, whose two oriental planks attract the visitor's attention. There is also Rijeka dubrovacka, the most beautiful sea breeding bay and the natural port of Dubrovnik with the port of Komolac.

On its western side there are the Elaphite Islands - Kolocep, Lopud, Sipan, Jakljan and Olip - the most beautiful Dubrovnik archipelago, the islands of green pine trees, lush Mediterranean vegetation, horticultural gardens, citrus and olive groves and beautiful beaches.

In the Dubrovnik Archipelago there is the longest Dalmatian peninsula - Peljesac. The island is a very indented coastline with lots of beaches, ridges and secluded coves, as well as numerous vineyards and world famous wine varieties.

The island of Korcula, the birthplace of world traveler Marco Polo, is among the most famous island destinations in Croatia. The most famous tourist destination of the island is the town of Korcula and Lumbarda, a village with beautiful sandy beaches. The interior of the island is covered with olive groves and vineyards.

The island of Mljet, the largest island of the Dubrovnik archipelago, is the most exquisite Croatian island, and most of the island belongs to the National Park. The oldest settlement, at the same time the natural anchorage of the Adriatic is Polace.

Dubrovnik Airport is located in Cilipi, 22 km from the city of Dubrovnik and is now connected with all the major cities of Europe and the world.