Sun Gardens resort enjoys a beautiful position in seafront gardens on the pristine Dalmatian Coast. With majestic mountains on one side and a string of over 1000 islands on the other, it's just a few kilometres from the historic city of Dubrovnik. Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, the old town is a World Heritage site famous for its Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque architecture, palaces and fountains. It's a vibrant city where every summer it holds a festival with its streets and piazzas playing host to concerts and theatrical spectaculars. With this mix of culture, history and beautiful backdrop, it's a Mediterranean destination well worth visiting.
Sun Gardens, a member of the Leading Hotels of the World Group, is a modern, family-oriented resort with an extensive range of facilities and exceptionally friendly and helpful service. The hotel accommodation is spacious and stylishly designed, whilst the private residences offer families the perfect space and freedom to use the resort's facilities and explore the local area. Built into a hillside, getting about the resort involves a combination of steps, lifts and promenades, which also allows extensive views across the bay from almost every vantage point. Sun Gardens has something to suit everyone, from its private beach and marina, to its beautiful Spa and three fresh water swimming pools (including one just for adults). The more active will enjoy its sports complex which includes a gym, five a side football pitch, tennis and squash courts and a rock climbing wall.
There's a mouth watering choice of restaurants and bars, featuring very high standard local and international cuisine, with menus full of seafood fresh from the Adriatic. The resort has its own grocery store and pharmacy which makes life easy for guests staying in the private residences.
There's a vast amount to discover in and around Dubrovnik for those wanting to see a little more of Croatia. Guests can hire bikes, or take a boat to the nearby Elafiti islands, and there's a water ferry service from the resort's marina which takes you to Dubrovnik where you can explore the old town. The surrounding coastline offers stunning sailing, so why not charter a skippered yacht for a day, or even take out a sea kayak? The quality of the water along the Dalmatian coast has been rated the best in Europe.