Destinations - Dubrovnik region

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  • Lastovo is a small island, ideal to be explored on foot, by bicycle or by scooter, which can be rented at all times. Those who love the sea, can take a whole day trip to the sandy island of Saplun in the archipelago of Lastovnjaci, a trip to Mljet, or
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  • The Mljet National Park is the oldest marine protected area in the Mediterranean and it has delighted its numerous visitors for over 50 years with the colours and the scent of untouched nature. The Park was founded on 11 November 1960, and the renowned researcher and academician Branimir Gušić was
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  • In the western part of the island is the town of Vela Luka, situated in a deep and large bay, surrounded with many coves, whose shores are covered with vineyards, olive trees, figs and pine trees gently down towards the sea. With its 4500 inhabitants Vela Luka is the second
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  • Vjetrenica is a hydrological active, speleological and drifty object with even four water streams, as well as more than ten further, smaller periodical water streams with subterranean lakes. Located in the southern side of the Dinara rock mass, with an access at the sole edge of the Popovo-field, 300 m
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  • Ploče is located on the Adriatic coast in Dalmatia just north of the Neretva Delta and is such a natural seaside endpoint of most north-south routes through the Central Dinaric Alps This make it primary seaport used by Bosnia an Herzegovina and endpoint of Pan-Europian corridor 5c.
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  • The first mention of Lokrum in writing came in 1023, in connection with the founding of the Benedictine abbey and monastery. According to legend Richard the Lion-Heart was cast ashore here after being shipwrecked in 1192 while returning from the Crusades. The vow he made to build a church on
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  • Metkovic is the second largest city in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County. It is located on the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina. From the Adriatic Sea is- land is twenty kilometers. With the corresponding settlement Vid, Prud, Dubravice and Glušci its surface is approximately 51 km2. Metkovic, and the whole valley of
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  • The Coast of Dubrovnik is a gentle region of olive groves and vineyards, with an indented shore and lavish vegetation, picturesque folk costume and the local dance “lindo”. This is a maritime region whose villages, embraced by coves and sandy beaches, used to be the summer homes of Dubrovnik noblemen,
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  • As one of the oldest settlements on Pelješac peninsula, Trpanj, a place of labourers and fishermen, grew into a tourist oasis on this part of Mediterranean. If you wish to spend unforgetable moments of your life, visiting this little paradise will be right thing to do. A picture is worth
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