At the far south of the Dalmatian Coast, Dubrovnik is only a short hop away from Croatia's border with Montenegro.
Also known as the 'pearl of the Adriatic', visitors to Dubrovnik can't fail to be enchanted by the marble streets and baroque buildings of this ancient city.
Pass through the city gates onto the Stradun to explore the inner meeting places and fountains of this fortified town. With its Cathedral of the Assumption of the Virgin, gothic Rector's palace and imposing Dominican monastery, a stay in Dubrovnik is unforgettable.
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After opulent, pre-cruise stays in Venice and Lake Garda, sail in full-board luxury from the medieval severity of Dubrovnik and Kotor down to the Greek Islands. Here, you’ll hop between the likes of Rhodes’ ancient intrigue and the postcard-perfect whitewash of Santorini.
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This two-centre break allows you to combine a week on the island of Korčula - one of the largest of the Croatian islands – with the UNESCO World Heritage site of Dubrovnik.
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This two-centre break allows you to combine a week on one of the 1244 Croatian islands and experiencing island life with a stay in a mainland resort for your second week.
Idyllic beaches, ancient ruins and some serious old warm charm are just some of the highlights of this tried-and-tested journey along Croatia's sensational Dalmatian Coast.
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Image a magical, sun-kissed coastline, dotted with islands and medieval towns. Imagine an unspoilt landscape of craggy, limestone cliffs and sparkling, sapphire lakes.
Top places to stay in Dubrovnik
This is a fabulous boutique hotel, found on Croatia's sparkling Dalmatian coast, just over three kilometres from UNESCO World Heritage-listed Dubrovnik. The restaurant provides panoramic views from its terrace, while there is a spa, Roman bath, outdoor pool and beach, amongst other facilities.
Originally built in the early 1970s when Croatian modernism was at its peak, Rixos Libertas is spread across a steep hillside in a succession of curving terraces, near the beautiful walled city of Dubrovnik. The hotel was damaged during the 1991-2 siege but reopened in 2007 having been restored to …
The luxury Excelsior Hotel in Dubrovnik, known as one of the finest Mediterranean hotels, is situated near the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, overlooking the sparkling Adriatic Sea.
This comfortable three-star hotel offers superb value for money and access to some of the very best beaches on the beautiful Dubrovnik Riviera. Located in the small resort of Plat on the shores of Zupa Bay, 35 minutes by boat from Dubrovnik and ten minutes from Cavtat, Hotel Orphee is an unpretenti…
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