The crown of Croatian history, heritage and culture glows in the southernmost part of the Adriatic, at the foot of the mountain of Srđ. Dubrovnik, the former city-state, is entirely under UNESCO’s protection, and owing to its extraordinary beauty, it is regularly listed among the most desired world holiday destinations. Dubrovnik is an enchanting city; you will fall in love with it and you will always come back, each time finding new and unique experiences.
But there is more to the region; it also includes the Pelješac Peninsula a good vine growing region with more & more of their wines becoming world renowned , the islands of Korčula, with the beautiful town of the same name, islands Lastovo and Mljet which is also one of the Croatian national Parks.
Discover Konavle through their traditional Sunday folklore performances, songs, dance and folk costumes, old mills, olive groves and vineyards, silk workshops, fortresses of the Dubrovnik Republic and thick forests overlooking the endless open sea.
The Dubrovnik area is a paradise for the lovers of vegetation, especially medicinal herbs.
The best way to experience the blend of cultural heritage and specific vegetation is to visit the oldest arboretum in the world, the Arboretum Trsteno.
You will be fascinated by the stories and legends of the island of Lokrum and the fragrant botanical garden, which is a home to more than 800 species of plants from all over the world, as well as rare Croatian species.
After an all-day exploring, relax by trying out the enticing tastes of Dubrovnik cuisine. The mixture of traditional Mediterranean meals prepared with fresh ingredients and fragrant spices creates a specific culinary experience.