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Dubrovnik

 

Soak up some culture by the sea

Croatia is a land of contrasts with an impressive heritage. The north of the country shares many cultural similarities with Central Europe, whilst its coastline feels closer to the Mediterranean. It is a popular destination for holidaymakers looking for a holiday with a bit of variety. The Croatian Riviera boasts around 5,800 kilometres of beaches and coastline, including those of its 1,185 islands, which are surrounded by the blue waters of the Adriatic and offer a wide range of fun seaside activities. Explore Zagreb, the capital and cultural centre of the country, Dubrovnik, the "Pearl of the Adriatic", or Split, the commercial and cultural hub of central Dalmatia. Each of these cities has landscapes as fascinating as their history, and are just waiting to be discovered!

Dubrovnik

 

The Pearl of the Adriatic

Dubrovnik, nicknamed the "Pearl of the Adriatic" in southern Croatia, takes you on a journey back in time. With its narrow medieval streets weaving around Baroque churches and Renaissance palaces, the city has an almost Italian feel to it. The magnificent pebbled beaches, lapped by crystal-clear waters, give their summertime visitors a taste of seaside paradise. At the same time, the green mountainous coastline invites you to ventune inland or set sail for the countless charming Dalmatian islands.


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Dubrovnik

 

 

Dubrovnik 

Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, has earned its nickname the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. The pedestrian-only old town is an open-air museum in itself, full of churches, palaces and galleries, while the main avenue, the Stradun, is lined with cafés, terraces, restaurants and shops, making it a lovely place for a stroll. Head to the top of the ramparts for an impressive panoramic view. Distance from the airport: 22 km.

 

Mlini

 

 

Mlini / Srebreno

The small town of Mlini is located in a charming environment 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 and water-taxi connexions operated several times a day between Mlini and Dubrovnik (about 12 kilometres, for a fee). Dubrovnik airport is approximately 15 km away.

Slano

 

 

Slano

Nestled in the heart of a picturesque bay around 40 kilometres north of Dubrovnik, Slano is an ideal place for a relaxing seaside holiday. Its long, clear stony beaches are lapped by crystal-clear waters and backed by rolling hills, making it the perfect place for relaxing moments in the sun. There are also a number of historic sites here that are worth a visit. Distance from airport: 52 km.

Cavtat

 

 

Cavtat

This beautiful little fishing town lies around 20 kilometres from the old town of Dubrovnik and charms its visitors with its small port, palm-lined promenade and many cafés and restaurants. The old town invites you to get lost in its narrow streets, whilst the stony beaches and bathing pontoons are the perfect places to relax under the Croatian sunshine. Distance from the airport: 6 km.

Kolocep

 

 

Koločep

Koločep is one of the 14 islands that make up the Elaphites archipelago to the north-west of Dubrovnik. This entirely pedestrianised island boasts a history that dates through the Renaissance and the Romanesque period right back to the Middle Ages, as well as natural beauty of the highest order. The island's relaxed atmosphere and heavenly beaches are sure to impress. Distance from the airport: 31 km (including a 50-minute ferry crossing).


Must-do & Must-see - our suggestions

Must-do

  • Take a stroll down Stradun, the city's main street, to appreciate the beauty of Dubrovnik's most iconic monuments. This pedestrian street is also lined with small shops and restaurants, perfect for having lunch or doing some shopping.
  • A kayak trip on the sea is a unique way to visit the Pearl of the Adriatic. You'll be able to see the city from a completely different perspective, away from the crowds, and learn more about its history. 
  • For fans of Game of Thrones, a visit to its filming locations is a must. Thanks to Dubrovnik's medieval atmosphere and unique architecture, about fifteen different spots in the city have been used to film the iconic show. 

 

Must-see

  • The old town of Dubrovnik is full of beautiful monuments, churches, palaces and fountains that blend together Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque styles. The "Pearl of the Adriatic" is aptly named, as its historical gems have made it a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
  • Lokrum is a small uninhabited island only 700 meters off the coast of Dubrovnik. It is home to many historical treasures, such as the Benedictine monastery with its botanical garden and the royal fort. You may even spot a majestic peacock, which has become the symbol of this island paradise. 
  • Korčula is another small island full of charm that is worth a visit. Its rich historical and cultural heritage is concentrated around its centre, fortifications, pretty little squares, which are just waiting to be explored. It is also home to some beautiful coves and caves.

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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.

  • An exciting day awaits you on board the Emili boat to explore the charming islands of Koločep, Šipan and Lopud. On this trip, you'll have the chance to cool off in the crystal-clear water or grab some snorkelling gear to discover the underwater treasures. If you prefer land-based adventures, you can also opt for a hike through the wonderful natural landscapes of these islands. The excursion includes a lunch break on board the boat with a choice of menu to be specified at the time of booking for organisational reasons (fish speciality, chicken-based recipe or vegetarian dish) and will finish at around 5pm to allow you to take full advantage of the beauty of the islands.

     

    Itinerary:
    8:50: Departure from the port of Gruž
    visit to the 3 islands of Koločep, Šipan and Lopud, including swimming, snorkelling, hiking and lunch on board (the order of visits and times may vary according to weather conditions).
    17:30: Return to the port of Gruž

    Departure days: Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays, Fridays, Saturdays

    Duration: 8 hours

    Languages: English and French

  • This activity will allow you to admire the beautiful coastal scenery and enjoy breathtaking panoramic views as you wind your way through the historic town of Ston to the port of Orebić. 
    At the port of Orebić, a boat will be waiting to take you to Korčula, one of Croatia's hidden gems! This stop will give you the chance to discover the island's history and culture, and stroll through its narrow streets characterised by their medieval architecture and steeped in numerous legends and seafaring stories. 
    You will then take the boat back to Orebić before heading off to the famous Pelješac wine cellars, where you will be offered a tasting of the best local wines. 
    All in all, this trip promises beautiful scenery, cultural wonders and an elegant wine-tasing experience. And, of course, it's all done in the spirit of warm Croatian hospitality.

     

    Itinerary: 
    Leave the hotel and travel by bus along the coast with a stop in Ston.
    11:15: arrival in Orebić
    11:30: boat crossing to Korčula
    15:00: by boat to Orebić, then return by road to Dubrovnik, with a stopover on the Pelješac peninsula for a wine tasting.
    Return to the hotel in the late afternoon

    Days of departure: Every day
    Duration: Approx. 10 hours

    Languages: English and German

    Services included: Local guide, bus and boat transfers, wine tasting

  • After departing from Dubrovnik, this journey will take you through the delightful Konavle Valley and the magnificent region of the Mouths of Kotor before arriving in Perast. From here, a boat will take you to a small island called Our Lady of the Rock. Here you can visit a 17th-century baroque church and learn about its eventful history. 
    After exploring the island, you will head for Kotor, where a guided tour will tell you more about the past of this historic place. At the end of the tour, you can continue to explore the town at your leisure before setting off on your return journey.

     

    Itinerary: 
    Departure from the hotel and bus journey to Perast via the Konavle valley and the Mouths of Kotor
    10:30: Arrival in Perast, followed by a boat transfer to the island of Our Lady of the Rock. Visit to the 17th-century baroque church.
    12.15: Arrival in Kotor, guided tour and free time.
    16:00: Departure from Kotor, short cruise in the Bay of Kotor and return to Dubrovnik.
    18:30: Return to the hotel (time varies according to time spent at the border).

    Days of departure: Every day

    Duration: Approx. 11 - 12 hours

    Languages: English and German

    Services included: Bus and boat transfers, services of tour guide and local guide in Kotor, access to the island of Our Lady of the Rock

  • Departing from Dubrovnik, this excursion will take you to Mostar, with a short stop in the charming village of Neum. In Mostar, a guided tour will allow you to learn more about the past and culture of this charming town, and to discover the Old Bridge, a symbol of union between East and West, and its bazaar reflecting this confluence of cultures. At the end of the day, you will take head back to Dubrovnik while still enjoying the fabulous scenery. 

     

    Itinerary:
    Early morning departure from the hotel
    09:00 - short stopover in Neum
    10:30 - short stopover in Počitelj
    11:15 - arrival in Mostar, city tour with local guide (approx. 1.5 hours) followed by free time
    15:00 - departure from Mostar towards Dubrovnik (short stopover in Neum)
    Arrival in Dubrovnik late afternoon 

    Departure days: Tuesdays and Fridays

    Duration: Full day

    Languages: English & German

    Services included: Transport to and from hotel, guided bus tour, local guide in Mostar, entrance to Kajtaz House (Turkish house)

  • This excursion will take you along the Adriatic coast to the delta of the Neretva river and the enchanting town of Neum. After a short stretch on the motorway, you will reach Split, Dalmatia's largest city, and its bustling port. This 1700-year-old ancient city on the Marjan peninsula is a real historical gem. The tour will take you through its narrow streets and explore the Diocletian Palace, a masterpiece of the 4th century whose cellars have been remarkably well preserved. You will also visit the Temple of Jupiter, now a baptistery, and pass through the Golden and Silver Gates and various historic squares leading to the vibrant local market and the Riva promenade. In the afternoon, you can continue sightseeing at your own pace, take a stroll or go shopping. 

     

    Itinerary:
    Early morning departure from the hotel
    07:45 - departure from Dubrovnik
    08:45 - short stopover in Neum
    11:45 - arrival in Split
    12:00 - city tour with local guide
    13:15 - free time 
    16:30 - departure for Dubrovnik
    20:00 - arrival in Dubrovnik and transfer to your hotel

    Departure days: Fridays

    Duration: Full day

    Languages spoken: English & German

    Services included: Transport, services of a guide throughout the day, local guide in Split
     

  • Head off on an adventure and awaken your inner superhero with this thrilling activity. You'll start from an altitude of 175 metres and fly over the enchanting Adriatic coast along a 900-metre-long zip line. Captivating landscapes of lush forests, spectacular cliffs and coastal scenery will sweep past you at speeds of up to 100 km/h. You'll also get an unparalleled view of the island of Lokrum!

     

    Practical details:
    The meeting point is at the Dubac bus stop, where you will be welcomed and briefed before being taken to the starting point. Equipment is provided (harness, helmet, gloves, goggles).

    Duration: Approx. 1 hour (descent time: approx. 1 minute) / activity offered each day

    Language: English

  • After leaving Dubrovnik, you will first travel by bus along the Adriatic coast, enjoying stunning panoramic views before arriving at the oyster port of Ston. Its architecture and atmosphere are reminiscent of Dubrovnik, not least because it is also surrounded by fortifications whose construction began in 1317 and was completed in the 14th century. After an initial orientation tour, you will visit the saltworks and then have some time to explore the ramparts and historical heritage at your leisure. You will also stop in the delightful village of Oraša, where, in a country house, you will witness the olive oil production process, which is done with the aid of a horse, and enjoy tasting home-made products, such as cheese, smoked ham and local wine, in a friendly atmosphere.

     

    Itinerary: 
    Early morning departure from the hotel
    10:00 - Arrival in Ston, short orientation tour and visit to the saltworks, followed by free time to explore the town walls, for example. 
    12:15 - Departure for Oraša
    13:00 - Demonstration of olive oil production with ham and cheese tasting.
    14:00 - Departure for Dubrovnik
    14:30 - Arrival at the hotel

    Departure days: Wednesdays

    Duration: Approx. 5 hours

    Languages: English & German

    Services included: Transport, services of a tourist guide, snacks and wine, olive oil production demonstration, entrance to the saltworks

For more information and bookings, please contact your LuxairTours guide on site.


Important Information

 

Tourist tax is generally not included and must be paid on site.



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