After becoming acquainted with the Old City sights, and walking the city walls, we suggest you to take the Dubrovnik cable car that will take you to Mount Srđ offering a magnificent view of Dubrovnik, which appears to be lying in your palm. An interesting way to learn about the destination is a Segway ride. Extremely practical, environment friendly, self-balancing and easy to operate, this vehicle will provide you with a memorable experience.
The surroundings of Dubrovnik, including the coast and village areas, abound in attractions. In the picturesque villages of Dubrovnik hinterland you can taste specialities prepared under a baking lid, home-made cheese, fresh fish…
A pleasant boat-ride will take you to the charming Elafite Islands rich in culture and natural attractions.
The only one in the south of Croatia, the Mljet National Park is an obligatory excursion destination for lovers of virgin nature. The Island of Korčula is the birth place of the famous seafarer Marco Polo.
The Island of Love – Lokrum is in close proximity to the Old City. The centuries of its rich history, legends and tales, and the magic of sea and nature will revive old loves and inspire new ones…
The village households in the Dubrovnik littoral, Župa Dubrovačka and Konavle are well-known for their characteristic atmosphere, customs and folklore, and particularly for their candid, cordial and cheerful hosts.
While you taste the delicious Dalmatian smoked ham, cheese and zelena menestra (smoked meat and cabbage stew) by the old fireplace, the host will propose a toast to you with a glass of first-class red or white wine, and your hair will smell of pine-wood, laurel, wormwood and other Mediterranean plants that grow wild within your reach. Take a ride on the tourist train and savour village fragrances and tastes while driving through the vineyards of Konavle.
The world's second longest wall (after the Great Wall of China) is the wall of Ston, the small town famous, among other things, for cultivation of shellfish, particularly oysters with aphrodisiac properties.
On the road to Ston is the Arcadian Trsteno Arboretum, where one of the most beautiful women of the European Renaissance, the red-haired poetess Cvijeta Zuzorić wrote her rhymes and loved. Take a walk under the crowns of ancient trees and see your reflection in the Neptune and Nymphs Fountain.
The Pelješac Peninsula is the best-known wine-growing area in the south of Croatia, where the wine routes take you to places where you can enjoy the typical Plavac Mali wine variety and the recently discovered truffles.
Become acquainted with the amazing Croatian coast on your excursions to the cities of Split and Trogir, and with the untouched nature surrounding the River Krka and the Plitvice Lakes, which will provide you with a unique, but also different experience in every season.
Thanks to its geographical position, Dubrovnik offers international one-day excursions to the Bay of Kotor (Montenegro), a pilgrimage to Međugorje, a visit to Mostar - the meeting place of East and West, and a visit to the Vjetrenica Cave. A UNESCO natural monument since 1950, the cave was named after cold winds that blow from its entrance.