Holidays to Dubrovnik
Hidden behind imposing city walls, the charming pedestrian city of Dubrovnik lives up to its name as the 'Jewel of the Adriatic'. Home to a rich lineage of sailors, merchants and artists since the 14th Century and now a UNESCO World Heritage site, the city attracts tourists who flock there for its unique culture, delicious food and perfect climate. From Greco-Romanesque ruins to traditional craftwork, cable cars to kayaks, it's as diverse as it is beautiful.
This buzzing family friendly beach offers loungers, jet skis, inflatables and cafés, just minutes from the Old Town.
A favourite with locals for its peace and quiet, this sun-trap pebbled beach is reached by steps leading down a cliff.
Modern Art Gallery Dubrovnik
Kill 2 birds with 1 stone – see 4 floors of contemporary international art in the impressive former Banac mansion.
Franciscan Monastery and Museum
Set in a 14th Century cloister, this monastery houses many fascinating relics and one of Europe’s oldest pharmacies.
For an authentic taste of the region, spend a morning in Gundulic Square market sampling traditional produce and crafts.
Experience the city's lively hub. Home to Sponza Palace, the city Bell Tower and St Blaise, it also hosts processions.
Seafood is the star of the show here - specialties like octopus salad, fried squid and fresh fish are on most menus.
The only difficulty when finding a restaurant in the charming Old Town area is choosing one from the tempting array.
No need to leave the seaside when the sun goes down – enjoy the coast by candlelight at a trendy cliff-face bar.
With historic stonework and modern décor, this open-air bar has champagne cocktails, funky music and an unbeatable view.
10 Best Holiday Destinations in August
If you’re still undecided about where to go on holiday next, don’t worry – here are 10 of the best holiday destinations to consider if you’re planning some time away…
Your holiday is safe with us
Book With Confidence
Worry free booking
Lowest Price Guaranteed
Terms & conditions apply