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Situated at the very south of Croatia, Lord Byron once defined this gorgeous city as ‘The Pearl of the Adriatic’. With the crystal clear, aquamarine waters that border the amazing old town it’s not hard to see why it received this name. Once you are on sun holidays in Dubrovnik, you will soon recognise that this magnificent medieval town is a landmark in itself.
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Beach Just outside the vast city walls you can find the Banje Beach. If you want to take advantage of the sunny Mediterranean climate on your sun holidays in Dubrovnik, head there and enjoy the breathtaking atmosphere. You can select from lots of different facilities including beach bars, restaurants and possibilities for jet skiing or taking a parachute ride.
Attractions On your cheap Dubrovnik sun holidays you can spend days walking through the medieval roads and discovering the multitude of museums and modern galleries the city has to supply. Those who are looking for a change of scenery can take a short journey to the bordering country, Montenegro, which is only one hour away. Another trip worth taking into consideration is a tour to the ancient island of Korcula, which was a popular vacation destination of the former Greeks.
Sightseeing If you are into culture, Dubrovnik sun holidays are perfect, as this medieval town is steeped in history. Some of the top sights include the Franciscan Monastery, with its astonishing interior courtyard bordered by cloisters and a Monastery museum. The fascinating Sponza and Rectors Palaces are ideal ways to get an insight into Dubrovnik’s rich cultural history. The city walls offer a gorgeous vista of the ancient rooftops, the harbour and a mind-blowing view of the Adriatic Sea.
Eating and Drinking To cater for the various international visitors that flock to the city; there are varied restaurants and cafés to be found in the old town. Like any harbour town worth it’s salt, the seafood restaurants will satisfy your palate and in general they are reasonably priced. Traditional Croatian and Dalmatian cuisine proves very popular with holidaymakers and locals alike. After you spent an afternoon taking in the beauty, culture and sun on your holidays in Dubrovnik, there is still a lot to discover at night. A great choice of bars and nightclubs are located in the old town and regional jazz bars feature live music in the peak season. There are also lots of bars alongside the neighbouring Banje beach, which are ideal for tranquil cocktails while enjoying the sunset over the Adriatic Sea.