Croatia - Dubrovnik & Dalmatian Coast

There are countless stunning destinations around the globe, but the residents of Dubrovnik proudly assert that their city is the most exquisite.

Dubrovnik is a UNESCO-protected location, and historical evidence indicates that the area was inhabited as far back as 6000 to 2000 BC. Despite the city’s tumultuous past, the exact origin of its existence has been obscured over time, blending legends and historical facts. Dubrovnik’s main attraction, the city walls are almost 2.000 m long and consist of four fortresses: Minceta, Revelin, St. John, and the Bokar Fortress; two additional round towers, 12 square towers, five bastions, and two cornerstone forts. A must-see if you are in Dubrovnik. Constructed in 1317, the Franciscan Monastery is at the city’s entrance, near the Pile Gate. The monastery has two cloisters: upper and lower. The lower cloister is built in the Romanesque-Gothic style, consisting of 120 columns, 12 pillars, frescoes, reliefs, a statue of St. Francis, and a fountain. The monastery also houses the old pharmacy from the 14th century.

Dubrovnik – Luxury Collection

Villa Dubrovnik$$$$$

Stay at the luxurious 5-star Villa Dubrovnik and enjoy the stunning views of Lokrum Island and the sea from your private balcony and terrace. The hotel offers a beach, 2 restaurants, and a spa centre. You can also enjoy free car transfer to the Old Town during the summer season. The spacious rooms are equipped with all modern amenities and room service is available 24 hours a day. The indoor pool at the Villa Spa opens onto a deck terrace with sun loungers and parasols. The hotel also offers ...

Villa Dubrovnik

Hotel Bellevue Dubrovnik$$$$$

Dubrovnik Hotels

The Pucic Palace$$$

Built in the 17th century, this grand building was once home to the Dubrovnik’s aristocratic family Pucić. The Pucić family left their mark on Dubrovnik’s history through their political work and their love of art. In 1895 the palace began to serve as a hotel – called hotel De la Ville, and this tradition of hospitality continues today with 17 luxury rooms and 2 suites creating exclusive and intimate experience. The timeless design of this heritage building ensures guests’ complete ...

The Pucic Palace
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