There’s a certain timeless quality about Dubrovnik Croatia that lends the
feel of an era long gone by and a time when life was especially unhurried. In
Dubrovnik, beaches hold a resplendent
quality ideal for relaxing holidays seaside. Dubrovnik Palace offers a terrific
look into the newly emerging infrastructure of this beautiful Balkan state.
The friendly faces of locals evokes a feeling of curiosity and ease. Dubrovnik
is one of the most aesthetically pleasing cities lying on the coast of Croatia.
There is a distinct Venetian character notable in the architectural surroundings
that speak of a time when the two countries were enemies. Dubrovnik, once a
smaller and more modest city, is now expanding rapidly to accommodate thousands
of annual visitors.
Spending time fishing, sailing, dining,
relaxing and island hopping are only a few of the glorious distractions available
during Dubrovnik holidays. Port side has seen a major expansion in order to
receive the many yachts and boats that sail in throughout the year for a city
sojourn. Stunning, exclusive villas, first
class restaurants and hotels
and even a golf course are all testaments to the high life many are living along
the pristine Dubrovnik beaches and inside the bustling city. One of the most
surprising things about Dubrovnik is how fast it seemed to bounce back after
the severe devastation that occurred during the war in the 1990s. The original
city wall still remains, as do old streets and alleyways and the captivating
medieval city center.
The Dubrovnik Palace Hotel is one of the most impressive and magnificent of all hotels in the city. Set on one of the many stunning Dubrovnik beaches, this hotel offers an exclusive spa for guests’ use as well as sublime ocean views, close proximity to the beautiful Old City, a scuba diving center, three large outdoor swimming pools and a sweeping choice in rooms, suites and executive accommodations. Dining along the large restaurant balcony at the Dubrovnik Palace is a wonderful experience affording a birds eye view of the ocean below with lights twinkling off the water all around. National and international gourmet cuisine is served up while the onsite nightclub offers a place to burn dinner off with a little dancing.
The entire coastline stretching along the city is brimming with Dubrovnik beaches, which appear to be much more like one, incredibly long beach. You’ll find crowds, seclusion and everything in between while enjoying your Dubrovnik holidays and weekend getaways. From Copacabana Beach in Dubrovnik Croatia visitors get a great view of a beautiful historic bridge, surrounding islands and access to the coastline via kayak or sea canoe. St James Beach, or Sv. Jakov as its called locally, is another of the magnificent Dubrovnik beaches to kick back on and take in the sights. Sitting high above its namesake church, you’ll get one of the best panoramic views of Dubrovnik from St James.
Tucked safely inside the confines of the old city wall of Dubrovnik Croatia is a sweeping variety of buildings that tell the tale of the city over a long period of history stemming all the way back to the 7th century. Some of the main attractions not to be missed during Dubrovnik holidays include the Prince’s Palace, old City Hall, the beautiful Cathedral, St Vlaho church and Stradun, the main artery running through the city.
With the compact city center easily traversed in less than half an hour and the stunning Adriatic Sea lying below, it’s no wonder so many tourists are flocking to this now celebrated and stylish Croatian center. With the pristine islands of Sipan, Kolocep and Lopud, the national park in Mljet and a stunning lakeside temple all nearby, there are plenty of attractions reached by foot and by boat creating a destination that will offers it all to visitors.