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Known for its cultural heritage and beauty and often called the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, Dubrovnik’s old city is proudly listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site.
A small town, located in the interior of Korčula Island, home to the second longest linden tree alley in Europe, stretching the length of the whole town.
Originally a Greek settlement, Cavtat is a town and port in the southern part of the Župa Dubrovačka County. Major tourist attractions include a very pleasant climate, lush vegetation and nice shores.
The tourist town of Gradac is home to some of the longest pebble beaches in Croatia. Unique colours of the clear blue sea are complemented by the mountain massif of Biokovo.
Smallest of the three main Elaphiti islands and easily accessible by ferry lines and excursions from Dubrovnik. Thick pine forests and hidden coves are the main features of the island.
Korčula has a long tradition in seafaring, shipbuilding and stone-masonry. It is the reputed birthplace of the famous world-traveller and writer, Marco Polo (1254 – 1324).
Kućište is known among the locals as the Captain’s Town. It is situated on Pelješac Peninsula, 6km west of Orebić and its beautiful, long pebble beach is ideal for surfing and other water sports.
Also known as Kuna Pelješka, this peaceful village rests in the interior of Pelješac Peninsula. Be sure to visit the donkey farm for the experience of authentic Dalmatia.
The promise of crystal clear sea and the beauty of numerous hidden bays and coves are attracting tourist to one of the best preserved botanical areas in the Mediterranean.
Second largest of the Elaphiti group of islands, Lopud has one of the most developed tourist offers in the region. It was an island of captains and sailors in the times of the Dubrovnik Republic.
This small fishing town is located on the tip of the Pelješac Peninsula, offering views of the islands of Hvar and Korčula. During the summer, it is a home to many sailing boats and yachts.
Located near the history rich town of Korčula, its untouched picturesque scenery, sandy beaches, country style atmosphere and kind hosts invite guests seeking a quite holiday.
Considered as one of the oldest settlements in the Neretva River Valley, Metković is the administrative, economic and cultural centre of the region.
A small seaside town, tucked away in the heart of the Croatian wine country. Visit the Maritime Museum, swim, sunbath, enjoy incredible seafood and wine or catch a ferry to Korčula.
Located in the National Park, close to the Small and Big Lakes and surrounded by dense pine forests, this little town is the tourism centre of Mljet Island.
Located 3km west of Ston, this picturesque cove has one of the most beautiful beaches on Pelješac, offering idyllic views of the island of Mljet. Home to a modern campsite and a small ferry port.
Small town of Prigradica, located on the northern coast of Korčula Island was once an export harbour for a well known Blato wine and olive oil.
Smallest and one of the oldest villages on the island of Korčula rests 360m above sea level. Panorama of the south coast and views of the islands of Lastovo and Mljet can be enjoyed from the hills.
One of the more attractive tourist towns in Dubrovnik region is situated in a spacious, 2km long bay, with beautiful pebble beaches, pleasant climate and lush vegetation.
Reachable by car, cable car or on foot, Mount Srđ offers spectacular views of the walled city of Dubrovnik and the surrounding islands. Fort Imperial hosts the museum and a restaurant.
Šipan is the biggest of the Elaphiti islands and lies just nine nautical miles west of the historic town of Dubrovnik. It has mild climate, subtropical vegetation and is surrounded by pristine waters.
This small archipelago attracts large number of tourists during the summer due to their beaches and pristine scenery. Its name reveals the span of its history, coming from the Ancient Greeks.
Gradina is a beautiful bay crisscrossed with rocks and jetties with plenty of mooring spots for sailing yachts and secluded swim spots for yachters.
One of Croatia’s greenest islands and famous for its National Park - a must see with its lush green pine forests and spectacular saltwater lakes. Don’t forget to enjoy their wines, olives and cheese.