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Villas in Dubrovnik
Around Pile (the old town) you will find a good number of villas and chalets so you can relax and enjoy the good weather. For a family holiday, look for a letting in Lapad, Ploče and Banje Beach. Babin Kuk is an ideal spot for a romantic getaway. If you prefer a calmer place, the areas of Mokošica and Sustjepan offer a great possibility to stay in a villa overlooking the estuary.Amazing villas with a swimming pool
The traditional stone facades and wooden doors and painted windows give the holiday rentals a unique touch. These stunning villas have a private swimming pool to enjoy during the hot summer days, a nice patio area for a nice dining al fresco with friends or family and spacious lounging areas with all the amenities you need in your new home away from home. Some holiday rentals can host up to groups of 10 people but for a romantic getaway you will find cosy little villas in secluded areas to give you all the privacy you are looking for.
Travellers and activities
Although it is a small city, Dubrovnik offers fabulous beaches lapped by the Adriatic Sea, where the turquoise waters in contrast with the grey pebbles invite you for a swim. To unwind by the Adriatic Sea and have a perfect beach day, the stunning Croatian coastline has some gems waiting for you. Choose rocky coves or secluded swimming spots where to swim and lay under the sun. Take a boat ride for 20 minutes to Koločep Island, one of the Elaphiti Islands, home to beautiful sandy beaches and incredible rocky pools. Outside of the Old Town, Uvala Lapad Beach is the most popular beach loved by tourists and locals alike. Copacabana is a sandy-pebbled lapped by aquamarine waters where tourists and locals enjoy parties, cocktails and private huts. Banje Beach it’s a postcard beach featured in several magazines and travel blogs and it is the closest beach to Dubrovnik city and ideal to go with kids.Dubrovnik for history lovers
In Dubrovnik you will not only find beautiful beaches, but also a wide cultural offer for all those who want to enjoy a place full of elegance and buildings that inevitably take you back to a time when luxury and ostentation were the star. More than 1,000 years of history of the city are present in every corner. A museum city, a living setting, the perfect balance between tradition and modernity. But if there is something you should not miss, it is the clock tower, the Rector's palace, the Franciscan monastery, the Dubrovnik Cathedral and the Church of San Blas. The Old Town, enclosed within the walled city, is one of the most beautiful parts of Dubrovnik. It has drawn millions of tourist over the years and filmmakers have been bewitched by its beauty, including it as the backdrop and main set of the worldwide famous Game of Thrones.
The sturdy ancient walls around the Old Town have never been breached!
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The stunning and sturdy Dubrovnik's stone walls were built during the 10th century and there are 16 towers and an extension of 1,940 meters. They are worth visiting just for the incredible views they offer across the city. Do not miss the opportunity to visit them by taking a romantic walk with your partner. It is accessed through the entrance that is located in the northern part, near the church of Sant Spasa. Take a guided tour and get some insights of the history that lie beneath every stone.2. Dubrovnik at night
Dubrovnik has a very lively nightlife and a vibrant scene. The best place to enjoy it is Prijeko Street, where you will find several terraces and bars with a very chic atmosphere to have a drink while listening to live music of different genres, including jazz. In addition, if you are lucky enough to visit the city during the summer, you can enjoy the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, where some great composers, soloists and orchestras from all over the world take part in.3. Take in the amazing views from the top
If the views from the walls were not surprising enough, take the cable car and climb to the top of Mount Srd, where the best viewpoint in the city is located. Seeing the old city and the Adriatic Sea bathed in orange and red hues at the end of the day is one of the moments you will capture with your camera in a second but will remain in your memory for years to come.4. Indulge in Croatian specialities
Dubrovnik's gastronomy is very similar to that of Mediterranean countries such as Greece, Spain or Italy, but with oriental influences due to its geographical location. But if there is something you should not miss trying during your stay, it is bouzara, a scampi stew, and cevapi, a spice of sausage cooked on the grill. One of the most divine lambs you can eat is the Peka, slow-cooked in a traditional pot in their outdoor kitchens. Patience will make it worth the while! And the icing on the cake is the sweet Rozata or the Stone Cake and taking a sip of the wines from the Peljesac Peninsula and the Island of Korcula.5. Explore the island of Lokrum
Dubrovnik has a lot to see but outside its walls, there some fabulous landscapes to enjoy and seaside locations to see. Lokrum is a stunning island where you can see the ruins of the Benedictine Monastery and the Botanical Garden. The beautiful beaches are a paradise for swimming, snorkelling, diving or some sports on the sand. Awake your inner adventurer and explore Lokrum!6. Welcome to King’s Landing
All the fans of Game of Thrones will recognise some of the landmarks and places used for the filming of several parts of the famous HBO series. King’s Landing and its castle is actually Dubrovnik walled city so any fan that comes to the city will feel like having a déjà vu! You can also have a tour that will tell you more about the series and browse the shops and find a John Snow mug, a Mother of Dragons T-shirt or some of the Starks or the Lannisters items.7. Admire the tower clock
The clock tower on Luza Square is one of the main landmarks you can spot the minute you enter the walls of the Old Town. This is a nice tower about 31 metres high and the Green Men are the bronze figures standing on each side of the clock. The hour is shown in a very special way in the squares at half height. Roman numerals are shown on the left side and regular numbers on the right. It is impossible to miss!