An increasingly popular tourist destination
Otherwise called the "Pearl of the Adriatic", Dubrovnik has for quite some time been a commended coastal city, known worldwide for its magnificence and entrancing history. Past through the imposing gateway, within the ancient fortification walls you will find winding streets, stairways lined with flowers, perfectly maintained churches and terraced restaurants.
The Old Town is a taste of Mediterranean life from another era. The harbor is overlooked by Dubrovnik’s ancient citadels and scattered with a number of spectacular Renaissance palaces leading on to a warren of pedestrian-only streets. Crystal-clear blue waters give way to white sand beaches and secluded coves, while the thousands of Croatian islands offer endless opportunities for adventure.
Just outside Dubrovnik harbour you’ll find the first of Croatia’s many isles: densely-wooded Lokrum, home to the ruins of a Benedictine monastery. Sail north and discover Mljet National Park - home to natural harbours, stunning beaches and tidal island lakes - and the island getaways of Korčula and Lastovo. Beyond are the countless islands of the Dalmatian coast and a wealth of golden beaches, delicious seafood restaurants and exciting nightlife.Itineraries