Steeped in history, Dubrovnik is a beautiful coastal town on Croatia’s south coast. Due to its stunning location overlooking the glistening waters of the Adriatic Sea, all inclusive Dubrovnik is one of the most eye-catching walled cities in the world. Attractive not only for its historical importance and beautiful surroundings; Dubrovnik has all the makings of a modern holiday destination. On cheap all inclusive holidays in Dubrovnik, old churches, ancient palaces and Medieval houses sit cosily among stylish bars, great eateries, excellent hotels and trendy boutiques.
The city’s old town has been declared a UNESCO world heritage site flooded with churches and palaces, fountains and some beautiful houses set along the cobbled lanes.
Holidays all inclusive in Dubrovnik are blessed with numerous pebbled beaches and hidden coves. There are also plenty of offshore islands with lovely beaches at close proximity. The wonderful coastline attracts sailing enthusiasts from all over and the lovely clean waters of the Adriatic Sea are ideal for snorkelling and scuba diving.
If you like something more adventurous and secluded, go for a day trip to the Lokrum Island which is just a fifteen minute boat ride away. On the Island, you’ll get plenty of places to sunbathe along with a little sightseeing. There are the remains of a Benedictine monastery and a lovely botanical garden.
Dubrovnik definitely knows how to party. Come sundown and you’ll find plenty of people of all ages out on the streets or chilling in the bars and pubs in town. The bars on holidays in Dubrovnik certainly miss in size but make it up when it comes to numbers. Most of the evening entertainment is confined within the walls of the old town but, you’ll find plenty of romantic places by the seafront as well. You’ll also find plenty of places with live music in and around town.
When to go:
With almost seven months of pleasant weather and loads of sunshine, Dubrovnik holidays have become a favourite of most tourists. The town comes alive in the peak season from April to October. The temperatures are ideal with the mercury reaching up to the 30s and almost 10 hours of sunshine per day. It is ideal to visit Dubrovnik on an all inclusive holiday in Croatia, during that time as you’ll get a chance to visit many art galleries with ongoing exhibitions, music concerts, many events as well as the Summer Games, a famous theatre festival.
Map of Dubrovnik, Croatia
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