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Dubrovnik is situated in Southern Dalmatia, the most beautiful part of the Adriatic coast. Rich vegetation, beautiful lakes, rare islands, white pebble beaches and the crystal clean sea, all make this region to an unforgettable experience for every visitor.

Dubrovnik Region is characterized by a typical Mediterranean climate, with mild and wet winters and hot and dry summers. Tourism as a tradition dates back to over one hundred years ago, with Hotel Imperial being one of the oldest hotels in Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik Region consists of numerous small "jewels" that are worth visiting, small authentic villages, untouched islands and, of course, the Old Town of Dubrovnik, the crown jewel of them all, so don't miss to visit Dubrovnik city walls, the island of Lokrum, right in front of the Old city and the most popular excursion point of the inhabitants of Dubrovnik, the arboretum in Trsteno - a collection of centuries old plants and trees, which were brought by Dubrovnik's seamen from all over the world, visit Ston and its mighty city walls and taste some delicious oysters which are bred in the channel of Mali Ston, come to Konavle and Konavoski dvori, feel a real familiar atmosphere and taste some delicious food, spend at least one afternoon in Cavtat, make a whole day cruise to the Elaphites, an archipelago in the surroundings of Dubrovnik, take a boat ride to the town of Korčula - the miniature of Dubrovnik, wonderful small town on the Island of Korčula, visit the National park on the Island of Mljet - one of the seven Croatian national parks and in this oasis of peace and silence enjoy the beauty of Big and Small lakes.

Dubrovnik lies at the foot of the limestone Srd Mount (412 m), in a valley enclosed to the south-west by the Lapad plateau and a smaller reef with the oldest part of Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik is located on the main road (M2, E65). 

source: SPEKTAR putovanja






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