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Bay of Kotor Cruise with Our Lady of the Rocks
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Bay of Kotor Cruise with Our Lady of the Rocks

Montenegro's Bay of Kotor is the stuff of legends. Dramatic mountain scenery, shimmering blue waters and the walled town of Kotor make this fjord-like landscape a showstopper. You'll visit the famous Our Lady of the Rocks islet during a boat trip in the bay, before heading on to Kotor town. Ivana, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘Affectionately known as Boka by locals, they're proud the bay is a UNESCO World Heritage Site because of its natural, cultural and historical importance. There's a strong artisan tradition in the area, and the towns are recognised for their fine architecture.'After a drive along the Dalmatian coast, you'll board your boat and set sail towards the narrow strait of Verige, where the whole bay opens up, and you'll see why the Bay of Kotor is Montenegro's most famous destination. After passing by Perast, Stoliv and Prčanj, the first stop is the fairytale islet of Our Lady of the Rocks, somewhere Ivana loves. ‘Of all museums in the region, the one on the islet is my favourite to guide,' she says. ‘The church is like an art gallery, and the museum contains gems such as the Jacinta Kunić embroidery.'Back on board, we'll tuck into a tasty lunch on board en route to Kotor town. Here, you'll have free time to explore this fortified medieval pearl packed with Venetian palaces. Visit the Cathedral of St Tryphon and its treasury, climb the city walls or browse the local market, where you can sample and buy local specialities such as smoked ham, sheep's cheese and brandy.

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Best of the Elaphites Catamaran Cruise
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Best of the Elaphites Catamaran Cruise

Just offshore from the bustle and buzz of Dubrovnik lie the Elaphite islands, a tranquil contrast to the city. This idyllic sailing getaway takes you to discover two different Islands in the archipelago, Šipan and Lopud. Lucija, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘There are less than 1000 permanent inhabitants living in the Elaphite islands, giving you an idea of just how peaceful and rustic they are. Some of the islands are car-free, so you'll really feel you're in a different world if you arrive straight from busy Dubrovnik'As soon as you're settled on board, you'll set sail towards Šipan, the largest island in the archipelago. Steeped in history, it's dotted with numerous old churches and noblemen's villas. Enjoy free time to explore and swim with the island as your backdrop. If you are feeling energetic, take a hike up to the Holy Trinity church, sitting on a hilltop just behind the port. The trail weaves through classic Mediterranean vegetation en route to the top, from where the views are fabulous.Next, your captain will cruise towards Lopud to the south. It's much smaller and car-free, too, so you can expect complete serenity as you meander around on its footpaths. Lopud is known for its pretty beaches, making it a perfect place for a dip and a spot of sunbathing. The scenery unfurling as you weave through the islands on this cruise is all part of the appeal, as well as drinks on tap from the onboard bar.

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Dubrovnik Sunset Catamaran Cruise
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Dubrovnik Sunset Catamaran Cruise

The sight of Old Town Dubrovnik is stunning enough, but this catamaran cruise lets you experience it at golden hour, when the last sun rays light everything up. And there are a few added bonuses on board, including an open bar, music and nets for complete relaxation.

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Konavle Valley Wine-tasting Tour with Scenic Train
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Konavle Valley Wine-tasting Tour with Scenic Train

Konavle valley's distinctive culture and cuisine are revealed in all their glory during this half-day tour. You'll sample locally grown wines at family-run vineyards, ride a train from village to village and tuck into some traditional food, all in the scenic surroundings of the Konavle valley. Antun, one of our local guides, says, ‘Dubrovačka Malvasija is the renowned grape variety unique to this region. Local winemakers managed to save the species, even though there were only three healthy vines remaining in the post-war period.'Located near the border with Montenegro, between mountains and the Adriatic Sea, the valley is a sun-drenched countryside escape from Dubrovnik. You'll arrive in the village of Zastolje to visit the historic Brajković winery, then it's all aboard to ride to Ljuta by train. Here, you'll see how the 500-year-old Đivanović water mill had dual purposes – since medieval times it was used to produce flour and process wool into fabric.After this visit, we'll continue to a different vineyard and wine cellar for more tasting. You'll sample some local culture when you try a typical ploughman's lunch, just as the farmers would eat during a hard day in the fields. The final stop is a third winery. Antun says, ‘You'll relish a cold glass of Konavle rosé alongside a slice of typical pandišpanj sponge cake at this vineyard. Pandišpanj is traditionally made for special occasions, like this tour, when we welcome our guests to our beautiful Konavle valley.'

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Dubrovnik & Blue Cave Catamaran Cruise with Swim Stops
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Dubrovnik & Blue Cave Catamaran Cruise with Swim Stops

Just off the coast of Dubrovnik, the Elaphite Islands are an oasis of olive groves, pine-clad hills and sandy beaches. See these Instagrammable isles aboard a 3-hour catamaran cruise complete with all-inclusive drinks, snacks and swim stops. It's a top way to spend the day in Croatia. Jakov, one of our expert local guides, says, ‘They may only be a short hop from busy Dubrovnik, but these 13 islands are a world away. Only three are inhabited, and the total population is less than 1,000 people. They are as beautiful as they are peaceful.'After pick-up at your hotel, we'll head for the port of Gruz and cast off on our island-hopping adventure. There are more than 1,000 islands in Croatia – but few are more alluring than the 13 Elaphite Islands. Rugged rocky shores are softened by the aromatic Mediterranean vegetation and dimpled with pretty inlets. We'll sail into a selection of the best bays as you indulge in free-flowing beer, wine and soft drinks from the bar. There'll be fresh fruit and snacks, too.Top up your tan on deck as we weave through the string of islands, and we'll drop anchor in coves that beckon you into the water for a cooling swim. Will you opt for a refreshing dip, or simply stay on board for a snooze in the sunshine? The choice is yours. There's also a swim stop at Blue Cave on Kalamota Island, where you can swim through a low entrance and see the intense turquoise glow where the sun filters through the water. After a few hours at sea, you'll be suitably relaxed as we bob back to port.

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Legends of Peljesac & Korcula Tour
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Legends of Peljesac & Korcula Tour

Known as ‘Little Dubrovnik', Korcula town is full of historic sights and it's more than easy on the eye. Along with the wine-producing area of Peljesac and the walled village of Ston, it's one of the star turns of this fascinating excursion.

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Cilipi Folklore Morning
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Cilipi Folklore Morning

The village of Cilipi, just south of Dubrovnik, sets the scene for this half-day tour. You'll be immersed in Croatian folklore and traditions with Sunday mass at St Nicholas Church, a show and market where you can browse all kinds of handicrafts.

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Game of Thrones King's Landing Filming Locations Tour
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Game of Thrones King's Landing Filming Locations Tour

Fans of Game of Thrones will delight in this filming locations tour to Fort Lovrijenac just on the outskirts of Dubrovnik's old town and Lokrum Island – or the Red Keep and Qarth. You'll get to re-live scenes from the epic series while seeing two historic sites.

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The Best of Montenegro
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The Best of Montenegro

A trip along ever-changing south Dalmatian coast from Dubrovnik takes you to the tiny country of Montenegro – a land of great natural beauty and immense cultural heritage. You'll explore Kotor, Perast and the island of Our Lady of the Rocks during this full day tour.

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Dubrovnik Old Town Tour
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Dubrovnik Old Town Tour

Once the holiday home of choice for royalty, Dubrovnik's now a fixture for Hollywood stars. And it's easy to see why. This guided walking tour of the old town brings you an impressive line-up of sights in just under two hours. You'll see all the main monuments of the Pearl of the Adriatic.

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Korcula Island Winery Tour
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Korcula Island Winery Tour

Korcula island is lucky enough to be carpeted in vineyards and dotted with pretty little hamlets, all of which you'll discover on this half-day tour. You'll take in all the hot spots – and photo points – as you're whisked past the old town and into the countryside for a wine and oil tasting.

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Mostar City Tour with Ottoman Home
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Mostar City Tour with Ottoman Home

East meets west in Mostar – a city where minarets and church spires rise above ancient stone houses. You'll cross the border into Bosnia and Herzegovina, and discover sights such as the world-famous Stari Most bridge and the bazaar.

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What to do in Dubrovnik?

Nestled at the southernmost tip of Croatia, Dubrovnik is a treasure trove of history and culture. Dubbed the 'Pearl of the Adriatic' for its aesthetic appeal, this medieval city overlooks clear blue waters, attracting many vacationers every year. With its UNESCO World Heritage-listed old town, eye-catching beaches, and tasty local cuisine, there is always something to discover in Dubrovnik.

Top 6 activities and excursions to do in Dubrovnik

  1. Explore the Old Town Walking through Dubrovnik's Old Town is like stepping into the past. Protected by imposing medieval walls, this UNESCO World Heritage site is a maze of cobbled streets, ancient palaces, baroque churches, and picturesque squares. Visit the Rectors' Palace, stroll along the famous Stradun, and don't miss the Onofrio Fountain, a marvel built in the 15th century.

  2. Walk along the city walls These whitewashed stone walls are the symbol of the city — a real treasure. Stretching for about 2 km and protecting four medieval fortresses, these perfectly preserved fortifications are a must-see Dubrovnik attraction. Climb to the top where you can enjoy panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea, the old town, and the famous Lovrijenac Fortress, also known as the Red Keep from the TV series Game of Thrones.

  3. Relax on a catamaran Dubrovnik boasts an irresistible maritime atmosphere that will make you want to set sail and admire the city from a different perspective. Join a catamaran cruise, feel the salty air on your face, and leave all your worries on the shore. There are plenty of options available, many of which include stops to swim in the blue waters and explore hidden coves.

  4. Discover the Konavle Valley Embark on a must-do excursion from Dubrovnik and head to the hilly landscape of Konavle. This rural area, nestled between the sea and the mountains, is ideal for outdoor enthusiasts who will find plenty of things to see and do. Bicycle excursions, horseback rides, and adventurous trekking routes make this a great spot to spend a day surrounded by nature. The valley is also renowned for its quaint villages, folklore vibes, and Malvasia wine, often produced using traditional methods.

  5. Taste Dalmatian cuisine Dubrovnik doesn't disappoint in the kitchen either. Dalmatian cuisine is simple, featuring fresh and flavorful Mediterranean ingredients. Indulge in grilled fish seasoned with aromatic garlic and herbs, making every meal a true feast. Try the Gradele-style fish, octopus salad, and flavorful vegetable side dishes, all accompanied by a glass of fine Croatian wine.

  6. Visit the island of Lokrum Just a short boat ride from Dubrovnik, this island exudes tranquility in every corner and has been an untouched nature reserve since the 1960s. Here you'll find a fragrant Botanical Garden, a Benedictine Monastery nestled in nature, a small saltwater lake dubbed the 'Dead Sea,' and a captivating rocky beach perfect for naturism. Don't forget to greet the peacocks, who will accompany you as you explore this charming island.

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When is the best time to visit Dubrovnik?

Dubrovnik is an ideal destination to visit throughout the year. If you want to soak up the eye-catching Croatian sea, then the best time is between June and October, when the water temperature is pleasantly warmer. July and August are the two hottest and busiest months; if you want to do a lot of hiking, opt for the spring or early fall months.

How much time do you need to visit Dubrovnik?

If you keep a good sightseeing pace, then three days may be enough time to visit Dubrovnik's main attractions, take a trip to Konavle or the island of Lokrum, and dedicate a day to relaxing at the beach. However, if you have a week to spare then you can explore the area at a more relaxed pace and also take an excursion to neighboring Montenegro.

Where can one find Dubrovnik's most picturesque beaches and their surrounding areas?

Among the most eye-catching and distinctive beaches in Dubrovnik is Buža beach, a series of concrete terraces overlooking the city walls, from which you can take a dip in the refreshing blue sea. The pebbled Banje beach, Copacabana beach and Lapad beach are a stone's throw away from the old town and are ideal if you want to do some intrepid water sports. On the island of Lopud, on the other hand, there is one of the most stunning sandy beaches in the area, Sunj beach. Stretching for 1 km, with a sun-kissed coastline and shallow waters this beach is great for families with children.