HRK: Croatian kuna
Peaceful Slano is a beautiful and historic little town on Croatia's Dalmatian Coast that overlooks a turquoise bay hugged by pine-clad headlands. Pretty coves dot the bay, the calm waters are warm and intensely blue, and a string of traditional tavernas line the waterfront. There are fabulous walking and biking trails in the surrounding hills, which are scattered with Roman ruins and the vestiges of medieval hamlets. The spectacular city of Dubrovnik, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is only a 40-minute drive or bus-ride away, or you could also take boat excursions to the beautiful Elafifti islands or the Mljet archipelago, a national park.
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Your guide to Slano holidays
A sleepy seaside town with a long history, little Slano enjoys a perfect setting overlooking a breathtaking bay. Its peaceful coves, calm sea, and smattering of traditional tavernas make it an idyllic spot for a truly tranquil summer holiday. You can explore the historic buildings and ancient ruins that are scattered across this fascinating landscape, or stroll along the walking paths and biking trails that splinter off into the hills. Or perhaps take a sailing trip to the marvellous Elifiti Islands or the Mljet National Park to find more hidden coves and beautiful hikes. If you fancy some shopping and sightseeing, a 40-minute drive will bring you to gorgeous Dubrovnik, justly dubbed the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’.
The Dalmatian Coast is well known for its secluded coves and rugged shoreline, and picturesque Slano boasts plenty of lovely beaches. Sv. Jeronim beach is the most convenient, and is located right in the front of the village, or you could head around the coast to Grgurići beach or Karmelska beach. Both are very popular, and feature a pretty curve of fine shingle shelving into a calm, shallow bay, making them ideal for kids. You can rent parasols and sunbeds and enjoy a delicious lunch at the handful of nearby tavernas. Other marvellous beaches to visit include tiny Banja beach, overlooked by a minuscule chapel, or you could take a boat excursion to the Elafiti Islands or the Mljet National Park to find even more secluded coves.
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