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Vacation in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik

 

Surrounded by sea and culture

 

Croatia, located at the doors of Europe, is a country of many contrasts with an impressive cultural heritage. Culturally close to Central Europe in the north and to the Mediterranean world on its coastline, it is a popular destination for tourists looking for a varied vacation. The Croatian Riviera, with its 5,800 km of beaches and more than 1,000 islands bathed by the blue waters of the Adriatic, is truly breathtaking. Between Zagreb, the capital and cultural center of the country, Dubrovnik, the pearl of the Adriatic, Split, the commercial and cultural hub of Central Dalmatia, and so much more... its cities with varied scenery and fascinating past await you!  

Dubrovnik

 

Discover the Pearl of the Adriatic's treasures

 

In southern Croatia, Dubrovnik – also known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic" – will take you back in time. With its narrow medieval streets intertwining in the shadow of Baroque churches and Renaissance palaces, the city exudes a sense of the good life somewhat reminiscent of its Italian neighbours. The magnificent pebble beaches, lapped by crystal-clear azure waters, hold many a seaside delight in store for holidaymakers. Meanwhile the lush, mountainous coastline invites them to explore the more remote areas and the countless, infinitely charming Dalmatian islands. 


Hotel areas

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Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik 

Dubrovnik, a UNESCO world heritage site, is known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. The pedestrianised old town itself is like an open-air museum: churches, palaces, galleries and museums will delight culture enthusiasts, while the “Stradun” offers plenty of enjoyment for visitors who want to stroll along the main avenues many cafés, terraces, restaurants and shops. A tour on the old ramparts offers you a superb view of the city. Discover Port Pile, the main port in the city, the Onofri fountain, the Franciscan convent and many other historic monuments. The big summer festival in Dubrovnik takes place in August. Several international ensembles and soloists take to the stage at this time, with the city serving as a backdrop for a whole range of Greek dramas, operas and comedies. Distance from the airport: 22 km.

Slano

Slano

This small town nestled in a dreamy bay and located about 40 km north of Dubrovnik is the ideal place for a relaxing seaside vacation. The long, clear gravel beaches, bathed by crystal clear waters and bordered by a hillside hinterland, are ideal for a family vacation. Slano has several supermarkets, restaurants and cafes, and culture lovers will find here many historical monuments. A bus operates twice a day from Slano to Dubrovnik. Distance from the airport: 52 km.

 

Cavtat

This beautiful little fishing town is located about 20 km from the old town of Dubrovnik and is easily reachable by regular bus and boat lines. This charming place will enchant you with its small harbor, its palm-lined promenade and its many cafes and restaurants. The old town with its narrow streets invites you to go for a walk to discover it. Gravel beaches and swimming pontoons are available for those who enjoy lazy days in the sun. Distance from the airport: 6 km.

Mlini

Mlini/Srebreno

The small town of Mlini is located in a charming setting between Cavtat and Dubrovnik. A few restaurants and cafés line the edge of its attractive fishing port. Once renowned for its mineral water sources, its rich history is still evident among the historic monuments and wonderful gardens. Regular bus services and water-taxi links operate several times a day between Mlini and Dubrovnik (about 12 km, with payment). Dubrovnik airport is approximately 15 km away.

 

Korcula

Bearing the same name as the island on which it is located, the historic centre of Korcula is one of the best-preserved towns in the Mediterranean. Birthplace of Marco Polo, it offers a rich historical, architectural and cultural heritage. Dubrovnik airport is located approximately 140 km away on the mainland. The island of Korcula is linked by a ferry service.

 

 


Must-do / Must-see - our suggestions

To do

  • Savour some regional specialities: the Bay of Mali Ston is famous for its oysters and mussels. Nothing goes better with these delightful morsels than a glass of delicious Dingač or Postup. After a hearty lunch to boost your energy levels, you can climb up to the fortress of Ston, surrounded by a wall which proudly holds the accolade of being the longest in Europe.
  • Helping with the mandarin harvest: experienced pickers in the Neretva valley fruit orchards will provide you with the necessary equipment and instructions, as well as explaining all about how the sun-loving citrus fruits are grown.
  • Take to the seas: experienced skippers looking for unspoiled natural surroundings will not be disappointed with the waters around Lastovo, as this remote island is accessible only to the most experienced of sailors. Whether you moor in the harbour in Pasadur to the north, visit the magical Skrivena Luka via the open Adriatic Sea to the south, or simply drop anchor in one of the romantic coves, you’re sure to fall under this wonderful island’s spell whichever coast you end up on.

 

To see

  • The old town of Dubrovnik: the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, with its historic centre and imposing ramparts. Although Dubrovnik was destroyed by an earthquake in 1667, the Gothic, Baroque and Renaissance churches, palaces and renaissance fountains have been preserved. The pretty medieval towns of Cavtat and Korcula, birthplace of Marco Polo, are also worth seeing.
  • The now-uninhabited island of Lokrum has several bays guaranteeing absolute privacy. The parks and gardens of the 19th-century summer residences will delight visitors while the small salt water lake will be particularly attractive to non-swimmers.

Excursions

Excursions will allow you to discover your destination from all perspectives. LuxairTours offers a range of selected tours that will allow you to discover unmissable places, paradisiacal beaches, typical dishes... LuxairTours organises a range of quality excursions for you.

  • Climb the fortresses and walls that were attacked by the Baratheons, take a walk on the shores of the Blackwater bay and experience the life in the capital of the 7 kingdoms. On this tour you will visit the Lovrijenac fortress, Dubrovnik city walls, walk the streets and parks of this ancient city where the filming of the famous HBO series Game of Thrones took place. Our experienced guide will take you on a journey through time to the “War of the Five Kings’’ on these last days of summer (because the Winter is coming).

    ITINERARY 
    10:15 - Meeting at Pile square
    10:15-11:00 - Walk towards Lovrijenac fort followed by visit of the fort
    11:00-12:00 - Walk through the streets of the Old Town, filming locations

    Included:  guide, entrance fees for fort Lovrjenac.

    Option to take a longer tour (for an additional fee, including entrance to the city walls and Trsteno Gardens):
    14:00-14:20 - Drive to Trsteno Gardens
    14h20-15h45 - Visit of the Trsteno gardens and free time
    15h45-16h15 - Return by car to the old town

  • The island of Korčula undoubtedly holds a privileged position among the Croatian islands. Here we find perhaps even more legends, tales and monuments than anywhere else. Being famous stonemasons, shipbuilders and seafarers the people of Korčula left their marks all over the world, but they saved their best works for their own city. Experience the narrow streets, beautiful churches and magnificent palaces in one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Our walking tour of the town will reveal some of the finest sites such as the Cathedral and the Bishop’s Palace. After sightseeing free time for lunch or even swimming. On the return trip a stop will be made in one of the well-known wine cellars of the Pelješac penisula to sample some of the excellent local wine.

    ITINERARY
    departure from the hotel according to timetable 
    driving along the coast, short break in Ston 
    11:15 - Arrival to Orebić 
    11:30 - Boat ride to Korčula town 
    11:50 - City Tour of Korčula (visits to museums not included) and free time 
    15:00 - Boat ride back to Orebić. On the way back to Dubrovnik a stop will be made in one of the Wine Cellars on Pelješac peninsula for wine tasting

    Included: transportation, guide, wine tasting
     

  • Gulf of Kotor - Mild beaches, clear waters and gorgeous mountains

    Mild beaches, clear waters and gorgeous mountains that plunge into the sea will greet you upon your arrival to the Gulf of Kotor. Encircled in the mountains, the innermost bays of the Gulf, Risan and Kotor, are the earliest inhabited areas with evidences of civilization dating from Illyrian, Roman and early Christian periods. In our quest for traces and memories of past times, we will be visiting the baroque shore town of Perast. Short boat ride from town will take us to one of the two islets in the Bay to visit the Church of Our Lady of the Rocks which houses one of the finest collections of wall paintings in this part of Europe. In the UNESCO-protected town of Kotor enjoy a guided tour through one of the best preserved medieval walled cities on the Adriatic. And finally, take the opportunity to make your own memories during your free time in Kotor!

    ITINERARY
    departure from the hotel according to timetable
    driving through Konavle valley and around the bay of Kotor
    10:30 - Arrival to Perast and boat ride to the islet of Our Lady of the Rock, sightseeing of the Baroque church from the 17th century
    12:15/12:30 - Arrival to Kotor; sightseeing tour with local guide and free time in Kotor
    16:00 - Departure from Kotor, short ferry ride across the Bay of Kotor and drive towards Dubrovnik
    18:30 - Arrival to the hotels

    Included:  transportation, boat ride, guide, local guide in Kotor, entrance fees Our Lady of the Rocks 

    PASSPORT OBLIGATORY: FOR SOME COUNTRIES VISA IS NECCASSARY, PLEASE CONTACT WITH BOOKING OFFICE

  • It is a city where the traveller from the North feels the first dashes of Mediterranean air imbued with scents of citrus and sea and the traveller from the South reaches the first glimpses of the continent beyond. The town is exceptional for its dwellings and monuments assembled harmoniously over the centuries thanks to favourable geographical conditions and a sound economic climate. Experience sights such as the Old Bazaar, the Turkish House and numerous old Mosques. After the guided tour of the town enjoy some free time for strolling around and browsing among the many old craft shops or maybe have lunch in one of the picturesque local restaurants.

    ITINERARY
    Departure from the hotel according to the timetable
    08:45 - Arrival to Neum and short stop
    10:30 - Arrival to Počitelj and short stop
    11:15 - Arrival to Mostar, city tour with local guide (1,5 hour) and free time
    15:00 - Departure from Mostar, short stop in Neum
    18:30 - Arrival to the hotels

    Included: transportation, guide, local guide, entrance fee to the Turkish House.

    PASSPORT OBLIGATORY: FOR SOME COUNTRIES VISA IS NECCASSARY, PLEASE CHECK WITH BOOKING OFFICE

  • In the charming village of Orašac take part in the production of olive oil the old fashioned way,  where the "mill" is driven by a  horse. Taste some homemade cheese, smoked ham and wine in the old house which has not changed much through the ages. The city of Ston derived its wealth from the salt works that are still in function today. Although being known for the spectacular city walls, that are considered to be the second longest in the world, today this region is predominantly known as the "oyster capital" of Croatia. Here you will be served a nice sea food platter. Especially interesting are the magnificent walls surrounding the town. After visiting Ston, enjoy a walk along the seaside in the town of Mali Ston with a magnificent view on the oyster and mussel farms. 

    ITINERARY
    Departure from the hotel according to the timetable
    12:30 - Arrival to the village of Orašac – demonstration of olive oil production and smoked ham and cheese tasting
    14:00 - Stop at Ston - short tour and free time
    15:30 - Arrival to Mali Ston and seafood tasting
    16:30 - Departure towards Dubrovnik
    18:00 - Arrival to the hotels

    Included: transportation, guide, snack, wine, demonstration of olive oil production, sea food platter

The excursions on offer, as well as their prices and times, may vary depending on the location of the hotel. Excursion prices are provided for information purposes only and may be subject to change. For more information and to book, please contact your local LuxairTours guide.