About Dubrovnik Region

  • Discover Dubrovnik - pearl of the Adriatic
  • Airports: Dubrovnik. 2 ½  hours from London
  • Mljet National Park
  • Wine tasting on the Peljesac peninsula
  • Music and culture - Dubrovnik summer festival
  • Must see: view from the cable car above Dubrovnik

This region encompasses the mainland coast and islands of southern Dalmatia including Korcula town and Croatia's greenest island, Mljet

Dubrovnik is the focal point of the region. It is a UNESCO world heritage site and offers a fascinating history, stunning Venetian architecture, wonderful streets, town squares and alleyways in which to stroll and stop to enjoy a meal or a coffee, museums and cultural events, a fine choice of restaurants and a vibrant nightlife, all within a setting of exceptional beauty. The city is dominated by its great walls and fortifications which incorporate several large castles. The walls are open to the public and a walk around them is an essential element of any trip to Dubrovnik. The view from the high wall above the town, over the red tiled rooftops of the ancient city and beyond to the blue Adriatic sea and the green island of Lokrum is an unforgettable image.

Sub-Regions in Dubrovnik Region