Boasting a stunning coastline and turquoise blue ocean waters, it doesn't get much better than cheap holidays to Dubrovnik. Known as the pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is a beautiful Croatian city situated on the Mediterranean coast. The city features the historic old town, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and the city’s walls are caressed by the azure blue waters of the Adriatic Sea.
With untouched bays, rugged islets and deserted coves, this Croatian city blends with the beautiful countryside of dense forests, steep cliff faces and traditional towns and seaside villages. Whether you want to soak up the sun and laze on the beach, dive into the ocean with some water sports, or feast on some local delights in a beachfront eatery, Dubrovnik holidays always deliver.
Away from the beach, there are lots of cultural and historical delights to discover within the spectacular walled city of Dubrovnik. Ancient palaces, medieval houses and historic churches meet with modern hotels, chic boutiques, stylish bars and bustling restaurants. Plus, the beaches and islands of the Dubrovnik Riviera are right on your doorstep. Why not check out our other Balkan holidays?
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Dubrovnik city breaks are wonderful for those looking for true peace and relaxation. Discover what the small town has to offer and so much more.
Dubrovnik’s seafront dictates the food that is available here. The cuisine centres on fresh fish and seafood and is complemented by a glass or two of Pošip, the light white wine from the nearby island of Korčula. Because the city is so close to the Italian border, you are bound to find a good pizzeria. To taste the best seafood, dine out at one of the restaurants in the Old Port in Dubrovnik.
Family holidays to Dubrovnik will take your breath away. From ancient sights to fine sands and turquoise waters, this city will show you and the family the best of Croatia.
If you’re after an idyllic beach escape along the Riviera, you have plenty to choose from outside of the buzzing city of Dubrovnik.
If you’re looking for good weather during your city break to Dubrovnik, the best time to visit would be during the summer. The city enjoys high temperatures and great weather for the beach and to explore the city. However, there will be many crowds dotted around Dubrovnik during this time. If you’d rather dodge the crowds and enjoy more pleasant temperatures, head to Dubrovnik in September and October.
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By night, the best place to hang out in Dubrovnik is the Old Town. Wine bars and Irish make up the majority of the old town, whilst Pile Gate has most of the dance clubs and venues offering live music.
There will be romance in the air when you embark on a Dubrovnik weekend break with your loved one. From stretches of sandy beaches to island discoveries, there are plenty of places to get away together.
Dubrovnik weekend breaks has so much to offer its visitors, especially when it comes to its culture and history.
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