Croatia

Dubrovnik & Cavtat

The sparkling jewels of the Dalmatian Coast

Sitting on a rocky promontory thrust into the inconceivably blue ocean, the pale shimmer of limestone and warm glow of terracotta roofs in Dubrovnik’s old town are unforgettable. Known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, this magnificent complex never ceases to amaze visitors with its ancient fortifications and treasure of architectural and cultural masterpieces. Wander the cobbled streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, backed dramatically by the Dinaric Alps inland, and marvel at this most beautiful of Mediterranean cities.

The lovely town of Cavtat sits peacefully across the brilliant blue water from Dubrovnik. Fishing boats and shining yachts bob in Cavtat’s tree-lined harbour, where cafés and restaurants are reflected in the still waters. The ancient town emerges from wooded hills, and is home to fascinating architecture from throughout the ages.

DISCOVER CROATIA IN DUBROVNIK & CAVTAT

Shimmering waters reflect these most beautiful towns

  • Dubrovnik – explore the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ and enjoy a half day tour
  • Cavtat – relax in the tranquillity and beauty of this historic harbour
  • Experience a taste of Croatia at your own pace
  • Return flights included
  • 3 nights half board accommodation

From £439
per person

based on two sharing in a twin/double room, with a minimum of 35 passengers travelling in a specific month

Best time to go

April, October

Suggested Hotel

Remisens Hotel Epidaurus, Cavtat

  • A modern and comfortable 3-star hotel in Cavtat
  • Located by the beach & waterfront promenade
  • Within easy reach of Dubrovnik
  • Multiple pools, terraces and bars plus an air-conditioned restaurant
  • A short walk away from Cavtat’s pretty harbour

Not the hotel for your group? Other hotels are available, contact us.

Attractions:

  • Dubrovnik
    Dubrovnik-Croatia

    Sitting on a rocky promontory thrust into the inconceivably blue ocean, the pale shimmer of limestone and warm glow of terracotta roofs in Dubrovnik’s old town are unforgettable. Known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, this magnificent complex never ceases to amaze visitors with its ancient fortifications and treasure of architectural and cultural masterpieces. Wander the cobbled streets of this UNESCO World Heritage Site, backed dramatically by the Dinaric Alps inland, and marvel at this most beautiful of Mediterranean cities.

  • Cavtat
    Cavtat_unsplash_conor-rees

    The lovely Croatian town of Cavtat sits peacefully across the brilliant blue water from Dubrovnik. Fishing boats and shining yachts bob in Cavtat’s tree-lined harbour, where cafés and restaurants are reflected in the still waters. The ancient town emerges from wooded hills, and is home to fascinating architecture from throughout the ages.

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