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Dalmatian Coast Holidays

Terracotta-topped rooftops, evocative back lanes and pebble beaches splashed with turquoise waters - welcome to the Dalmatian Coast. Look forward to endless hours relaxing by the sea and warm afternoons exploring the towns. Still contained within the old city walls, it juts out into the sea from the rocky dramatic coastline. Once a maritime power, small yachts still bob in its harbour. There are several lovely beaches right next to the city, while sailing is a popular option for those wishing to explore a little further afield.

Top Dalmatian Coast resorts:

Dubrovnik

  • Great for sightseeing
  • Beautiful harbour
  • Pretty medieval town

Cavtat

  • Great for families and couple
  • Pebbled coves
  • Relaxed atmosphere

Other resorts: Mlini, Srebreno, Stikovica Zaton, Lopud Island, Mljet Island, Orebic, Orasac, Plat, Sipan Island

There are so many cultural and historical attractions in Dubrovnik and the Dalmation Coast, here are just a few of our recommendations:

  • City walls - You can't miss the 2 km long city walls that encircle the Old Town. A stroll along them is essential to get an overview of Dubrovnik's historic centre. From this vantage point you'll also have outstanding views across the rest of the city and out to sea.
  • Rector's Palace - This ornate and striking building dates from the 11th century and now houses a museum all about Dubrovnik's fascinating history.
  • Franciscan Monastery - There are numerous religious buildings worth visiting in Dubrovnik, but the Franciscan Monastery stands out thanks to its beautiful Baroque church and Romanesque cloister.
  • Lovrijenac Fort - Located outside the city walls on the top of the imposing sea cliffs is Lovrijenac Fort. The seaward-facing walls are up to 12 m thick in places and the building is now used for outdoor performances during the summer months.
  • Dominican Monastery Museum - Art lovers can't leave Dubrovnik without paying a visit to this museum, which is home to an impressive collection of pieces by Dubrovnik's best-known painters from the 15th and 16th centuries. Bozidarevic, Hamzic and Dobricevic are among the artists represented here.

Exploring the Adriatic

Dubrovnik's position on the coast means you shouldn't conclude your stay in the city without spending a bit of time soaking up the glorious Adriatic scenery along the Dalmatian Coast . There are a few beaches within easy reach, including Lapad Beach, which is a 3.5 km long stretch of sand that's backed by restaurants, cafes and bars, and Banje Beach, which is a pebbly spot with plenty of activities on offer.

Another option is to hop on a ferry from the Old Town port to visit Lokrum Island - a great way to escape the crowds. This isle is just a ten-minute boat ride from the mainland and a lovely place to get away from it all. It is also possible to reach the stunning Elaphite archipelago by boat from the city, allowing you to explore the likes of Sipan, Lopud and Kolocep on a day trip. In addition to wonderful beaches, these islands also boast fascinating monuments and historical attractions.

The islands lying off the Dalmatian Coast all make great day trips. Korcula has a fortified peninsula against a striking mountain backdrop. Hop off the boat and explore the narrow lanes of the old town as orange trees bloom above you and laundry flaps in the breeze. The historic town of Hvar, on the island of the same name, has clusters of boats bobbing in the harbour and a laid back centre with delightful shops and cafes.

For something different away from the masses, take a ferry to Lokrum Island. Other impressive highlights include the Purple cave and a calm salt lake that has been nicknamed “the dead sea”.


Alternatively, see our flights and hotels in the Dalmatian Coast.