- Sleep…in one of the stunning suites in Villa Orsula
- Experience…the city’s medieval architecture by walking the famous city walls
- Eat…overlooking the marina at the buzzing 360 Restaurant
- Splurge…on a cabana or daybed at Banje Beach
- Drink…a glass of one of the many Croatian wine varietals
- Visit…the Sponza Palace to see the exhibit on the city’s siege in 1991
- See… the island of Lokrum to enjoy its pretty walking paths and swimming coves and to catch a glimpse of one its many wild peacocks
- Shop…for special hand-made straw hats at Ronchi
- Know…that Dubrovnik and its nearby islands are best appreciated from the water and that you can contact our Bookings Team to arrange for a private charter.
Lay of the Land
Dubrovnik is centered around the concentrated, walled Old City and extends along the coastline to the northwest and southeast. The historic center is full of narrow, winding roads that can be tricky to navigate, but offer majestic views of the Adriatic. The city has no train station, so transfers to other destinations in the country must be done by car–or, more fun–private boat.