All in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a city rich in history and cultural heritage with excellent tourist facilities offer a variety of beautiful and attractive beaches. Not far from the old town, there is a pebble beach St. James, located in a secluded cove at the foot of the homonymous church. The beach is coming down the…
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Beaches

There's no official entrance point to the Mljet National Park as such, and by the time you arrive in Polače or Pomena you're well  already weinside it. However, you're expected to buy a ticket from one of the kiosks in Pomena,
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Mljet

On the northern side of the peninsula Lapad below the tourist village of Babin Kuk, there is a beautiful pebble beach called Copacabana. The beach is gravel with paved areas and the sea is shallow and suitable for small children. On it are two catering facilities which are converted into the sunset …
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Beaches

Twenty kilometres south of Dubrovnik, and Rua off the main coastal highway, CAVTAT is a dainty coastal town and package resort which began life in the third century BC as Epidaurum, a colony founded by Greeks from the island of Vis.
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Cavtat

Six kilometres south of Cavtat, just beyond Dubrovnik's airport, ČILIPI is the main village of the Konavle region, a small area known for the colourful costumes of its inhabitants,
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Čilipi

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