Have you ever wondered what it would feel like to be in a movie? Visit Dubrovnik and immerse yourself in one of the biggest movie sets in the world.
Situated north of Dubrovnik lies Slano, a deep bay sheltered from the winds and rough sea by surrounding hills and mountains. There is a good anchorage, as well as a waterfront mooring for yachts. A new ACI marina is opening there too. Riding a quad, cycling, trekking or just chilling out on one of the beautiful beaches in Slano are some of the activities you can do while staying there.
The entire Croatian coast is full of excellent restaurants which offer authentic Mediterranean food. Restaurants in the Dubrovnik area are no exception. Spread on the coast and the islands, these restaurants offer the best of the Adriatic.
Cavtat, also known as the Gate of the Croatian Adriatic, offers its visitors a warm and cheerful atmosphere. The port is equipped with berths and facilities and can accommodate both small charter sailing yachts and massive mega yachts. Cavtat offers something for everybody: nice restaurants, cocktail bars, casinos, art and history.
A one-way trip around the Adriatic can be an excellent opportunity to discover the Dalmatian coast. A seven-days sailing trip from Split to Dubrovnik represents an interesting journey around towns, islands, bays and beaches, so take a look at one route plan.
Croatian coast is proud of numerous exclusive restaurants offering tasteful specialties of the Mediterannean cuisine and more, including wonderful atmosphere and great winelist. Here is a list of five most exclusive restaurants on the Croatian coast, easily reachable by sailing or motor yachts.
ACI Dubrovnik is located in Komolac, 6 km away from Dubrovnik Old Town, in the mouth of Rijeka Dubrovačka river. ACI marina Dubrovnik provides berth for up to 380 vessels in the water and 140 on land. Besides standard services the marina has a massage and beauty center parlour, tennis courts and bowling center.
Check out our list of Croatian treasure islands that are worth visiting.
Take a cultural tour along Croatia’s beautiful coast and see for yourself what and why UNESCO chose to include in their list. Find out more about the World Heritage Sites in Split, Dubrovnik, Trogir, Šibenik and Hvar.
The Elaphites are a group of islands situated on the west of Croatian old town Dubrovnik. The islands were first mentioned in the 1st century AD, and their name comes from the Ancient Greek word for deer.