Many of these attractions we visited as part of our 2-week itinerary for Croatia in the summer, and we’re so excited to share with you our top places!
Even starting with high expectations, the views of the Adriatic Sea and the old city spread below, takes your breath away, and it’s one of the best things to do in Dubrovnik. Especially at sunset.
There are at least seven or eight companies that run sea kayaking tours around Dubrovnik, and we were very happy with our choice of Adventure Dalmatia.
Enclosed within is a mid-14th-century cloister, a historic pharmacy and a small museum. The cloister is one of the most beautiful late-Romanesque structures in Dalmatia.
Fort Lovrijenac is located on the western side of Dubrovnik and is sometimes referred to as Dubrovnik’s Gibraltar because of its important role in the defence of Dubrovnik.
Just a short 1.5 hour car ride away from Dubrovnik is the town of Kotor in Montenegro. Kotor is a unique town in that it’s medieval old town sits at the bottom of a fjord-like landscape.