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Buža Beach

Buža Beach

Buža Beach is, in my opinion, one of the most attractive swimming and sunbathing spots in Dubrovnik. It is a pretty unconventional place, located right next to the southern edge of huge Town Walls, offering great views of Lokrum Island and Adriatic. The beach is rocky with numerous patches of concrete terraces where you can sunbathe and jump into the sea. For

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Banje Beach

Banje Beach

With beautiful views over Dubrovnik Old Town and Lokrum Island, Banje Beach is located in front of the eastern entrance to Dubrovnik Old Town (Ploče Gate), situated on the seashore of hotels Excelsior and Argentina. The beach has its reception, restaurant and sleek and minimalist cafe bar on the waterfront with often snobbish clientele. You can rent your deck chair and parasol,

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Danče Beach

Danče Beach

Danče (pronounced: dan-che) is one of the oldest beaches in Dubrovnik and is very popular with locals. It is located in Danče bay, about 5 minutes west of the Old Town. The beaches have several large rocks and jetties for sunbathing as well as a few ladders for climbing in and out of the sea. Jumping into the sea is

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Dodo Beach Bar

Dodo Beach Bar

Photo: Lovely terrace with fantastic views @ Dodo’s Away from crowds and noise, overlooking the sea, cliffs and the sky this great beach bar is situated in Sulic beach, just a few minutes walk from the heart of the Old Town. Frequented by the local crowd, this cafe offers nice cold beer, good coffee in lovely surroundings. Friendly service and a relaxing atmosphere.

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Ala Mizerija Cafe

Ala Mizerija Cafe

Lovely cliff beach bar cafe located in local Kolorina / Sulic bay on the easy walking distance from the heart of the Old Town. Popular among locals and visitors,  the cafe offers refreshments and snacks, cocktail, beer or juice, with views of the Lovrijenac. Away from crowds and noise, overlooking the sea, cliffs and the sky. Relaxing atmosphere. Popular snack/food offer

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Šulić (Kolorina) Beach

Šulić (Kolorina) Beach

Šulić beach (pronounced “shoo-lich“), also known as Kolorina is located in Kolorina bay, just outside of town walls. The beach that is named after a local family and is considered as one of the oldest swimming spots in Dubrovnik. Mostly used by locals, this beach is also popular by day-trippers and short-time (24 hrs) visitors to the town. The beach offers great

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Sveti Jakov Beach

Sveti Jakov Beach

Sveti Jakov Beach, one of the most beautiful beaches in Dubrovnik is located in the eastern part of Dubrovnik Town in the tiny bay offering a distant look to the Lokrum and Old Town. It is situated about a mile away from the Old Town so you can reach it either by foot or by bus no 5 or 8. If you take the bus

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Day trip from Dubrovnik to Pelješac

Day trip from Dubrovnik to Pelješac

Above photo: Duba, small fisherman village on Peljesac Pelješac peninsula is actually very close to Dubrovnik. It takes just an hour drive from there to reach Ston, in my opinion, one of the best places to visit on Peljesac. There you can eat the fresh seafood, mussels and oysters, walk along town’s medieval walls, visit local salt harvesting production and

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Bellevue Beach

Bellevue Beach

Bellevue Beach, also known as Miramare is located in Miramare Bay (uvala Miramare) is just on 20 minutes walk from the Old Town on the very beginning of Lapad peninsula. It is a secluded pebble beach that one can get to via steps that lead along the side of Hotel Rixos Libertas. The beach is nestled in a deep, picturesque bay surrounded

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Lapad Bay Beach (Uvala Lapad)

Lapad Bay Beach (Uvala Lapad)

Lapad Bay Beach located in the bay of Lapad. To reach this beach take bus no 2 to Uvala Lapad and get off at the bus stop at Hotel Park, or take no 6 to Ulica Kralja Tomislava and then take the first street on the left, walking for 10 min to reach the seashore – and you are there

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