Known for its ancient city walls and shining white limestone streets, Dubrovnik has rightfully earned the nickname 'Pearl of the Adriatic'. Home to picturesque stone buildings and bright terracotta roofs, this beautiful city is packed with history dating back centuries, while beyond the city walls, you'll find the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic and a multitude of beautiful islands.
Simply put, Dubrovnik is a stunning city. Imposing city walls surround marble streets and baroque buildings that are perfect for exploring. The main pedestrian street, Placa, has a multitude of cafés and shops with narrow cobbled streets branching off up the hillside. The many churches, museums and monasteries featuring finely carved stone recall an eventful history and a vibrant artistic tradition.
The city became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979 and survived the civil war in 1991, although received heavy shelling. You can still see the scars of war in the old town - the marble streets are chipped from the shrapnel. Relatively few buildings were completely destroyed; those that were damaged have since been renovated.
Beyond the city are beautiful hotels, wooded peninsulas and the sparkling Adriatic sea strewn with lush islands.
Sun Gardens Dubrovnik
With its hillside setting and stunning seafront location, Sun Gardens near Dubrovnik in Croatia is a beautiful resort with a mix of hotel and private residence accommodation and a number of activities on offer that are ideal for families.
Situated just a 5-minute walk to Dubrovnik Old Town, and offering comfortable, elegant accommodation with stunning vistas of the island of Lokrum and Dubrovnik Old Town, the Hotel Excelsior is one of the area's most prestigious hotels.
Located seven miles from Dubrovnik and having received a meticulous and loving renovation over the last twenty years this fifteenth century monastic complex, once home to Franciscan monks is now available for exclusive hire
The Bellevue Hotel is wonderfully situated right on the water’s edge, and features one of the few beaches in Dubrovnik. It is all about the views here and each bedroom has a sea view overlooking the tranquil Miramare bay.
Set amongst pine, orange and lemon trees with stunning views of the Old City of Dubrovnik and the island of Lokrum, Villa Dubrovnik is a small, chic and stylish hideaway, offering superb service and top class accommodation.
Split, Brac, Hvar & Dubrovnik
Delve into the best of Croatia by combining the rich history and impressive architecture of Split and Dubrovnik with the crystal-clear waters, relaxed atmosphere and incredible cuisine of two of the region's most beautiful islands, Hvar and Brac. Soak up a variety of unique and individually curated experiences whilst taking some time to explore on...
Dubrovnik & Montenegro Honeymoon
Dubrovnik & Sveti Stefan
Discover Croatia’s fascinating history in Dubrovnik before heading south to Montenegro and the tranquil Sveti Stefan island. This idyllic itinerary perfectly combines culture and relaxation, ideal for honeymoons or romantic getaways.