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Why visit Cavtat?

Cavtat is a town on the Adriatic Coast of Croatia, southeast of Dubrovnik. It is famous for its beautiful beaches, it’s seafront promenade and the many historic sites dotted around the area. This picture-perfect town is popular with tourists, many coming to see its pebble beaches and vintage boats in the harbour.

When staying in Cavtat, there is no better way to see the beauty of the Adriatic coast than a boat tour from the harbour. If you’re a Game of Thrones fan, or are interested in Croatian history, a trip to Dubrovnik, which is only 20km from Cavtat, is a perfect way of soaking up true Croatian culture. This town is also an ideal destination for Sea Kayaking, for those who like to stay active on holiday!

Cavtat is great for couples who like a quiet holiday in an idyllic setting. Families will also love a holiday here, with many hotel’s providing plenty to do for kids.

Holidays to Cavtat are popular during the summer months, as flights to Dubrovnik from Dublin go seven days a week. Cork airport also offers up to 3 flights a week at this time of year. The flight duration is approximately 3 hours and 15 minutes and Cavtat is only a 10 minute drive away from the airport.

Things to do in Cavtat


A Cavtat holiday is not short for things to do!

  • For those with a refined taste, a fun way of spending an afternoon is at one of Cavtat’s local vineyards doing a wine tasting tour.
  • A day trip to Elaphiti islands is popular with tourists visiting Cavtat. The scenery is breathtaking!
  • Visit Bukovac House museum and admire the artists beautiful paintings.
  • St Nicholas’ church and the Franciscan monastery is worth a visit. Admission is free!

Dining out

The town has many restaurants to choose from, either serving local Mediterranean cuisine, rich in fish and fresh vegetables or international inspired cuisine. So, whatever your tastes are, Cavtat has something to offer both locals and visitors.

For Families

Take a ferry to Mljet National park for a fun family day out with some beautiful scenery. You can cycle, swim or even scuba dive here!


Cavtat does not have any sand beaches, but there are several pebble beach’s where tourists can swim and sunbathe.


Cavtat does not have any shopping centres, but the nearby town of Dubrovnik has numerous clothing and souvenir shops.

Carnival days of Cavtat

Carnival days of Cavtat is a festival which has ran for over 100 years. This festival is held on the last weekend of July, and there are many street entertainers, dancer’s and music during this great occasion.

Best time to go

The summer season (May-August) is the most popular time to visit Cavtat. Temperatures during the summer season range from the high 20’s to the low 30’s, creating the perfect climate for your sun holiday. Water temperatures are also highest during the summer season, the perfect conditions for a swim!

Local Info


The currency used in Cavtat is Euro.

Time zone

Cavtat is an hour ahead of Ireland (GMT+1).

Getting around

Many tourists choose to rent cars and bikes while in Cavtat, as it is the quickest way to get around the town.