Dubrovnik Riviera

Dubrovnik Riviera stretches from the Neretva River to Cape Sharp which is located on the southern Croatian coast. It is divided into two parts that make up the lower Neretva valley and the narrow coastal strip underneath Dinara massive archipelago.

Dubrovnik Riviera consists of coves, bays, beaches of exotic beauty, the islands are covered with trees whose lush Mediterranean vegetation creates a special and relaxing atmosphere. This area is rich with places of historical importance, interesting culture, rich in nature and Renaissance features.

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Cavtat – characterized by beautiful palaces and villas. Here you can enjoy the peace of secluded coves and long walks by the sea, with views of the small islands that are located in front of the sea gate of the city.

Klek – This small town with only two hundred inhabitants adorned with a large pebble and illuminated promenade – Lungo Mare, which connects Klek with Radalj place. Klek is a great destination for a family vacation.

Lopud Island – located northwest of the city of Dubrovnik, the island is part of Elaphite archipelago, and adorned by two beautiful bays: Lopud bay and Sunj. In the Bay Šunj is one of the most beautiful beaches on the Adriatic.

Trsteno – this romantic place is famous for its 500 year old natural monuments and the giant Asian plane trees. Enjoy the garden with a summer residence, aqueduct, mill, the fountain …

Ston – Ston walls with towers and castles are one of the largest medieval urban ventures with a total length of 5.5 km, with 40 towers and 5 forts. It is also known Ston salt pans.