All in Dubrovnik

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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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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On the coast paninnsula Lapad are some of the finest and most attractive beaches in Dubrovnik. Below the tourist village of Babin Kuk, the beaches of Copacabana and President, is a famous beach Cava. The beach is pebbly with rocky areas, and is part of the beach for naturists.
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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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Lokrum is a beautiful island and a nature park with a unique botanical garden in which grow many exotic plants. Surrounded by a rocky shore covered with lush vegetation, which is a naturist beach. Apart from a few official naturist beaches on the east side of the island, a lot of hidden places along…
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