Supetar Hotel

3 out of 5 stars3 Stars

Obala A.Starcevica 27, Cavtat, HR-20210, Croatia
Supetar Hotel
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Costs 22% more than similarly rated 3 star hotels

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Cavtat to dubrovnik no. 10 bus

by roypott

We are going to Cavtat in May 09 and staying at an apartment in the Poluganje area.
We are taking our less mobile parent and would like to know if we need to walk down to the cavtat bus station to get the no 10 bus to dubrovnik or are there bus stops for this service nearer our apartment?

Also can anyone tell us how far it is down to the cavtat waterfront and also the bus station from Poluganje ?

Is it possible to walk it and if so how long will it take (have been told 10mins)?

Is their a bus from near our apartment down into cavtat?

Answers to any or all of the above appreciated

Re: Cavtat to dubrovnik no. 10 bus

by roypott

Thanks for the reply-
I think your right. on google maps it does show the apartment quite near the main road. its address is-
20210 CAVTAT

Ca you tell us if its possible to get a bus down too, and more importantly, back up from the harbour to somewhere near the address above?

As before, if you know wher the number 10 dubrovnik bus stops this would also be useful.


Re: Cavtat to dubrovnik no. 10 bus

by phelmsman

Hi ROY,we have stayed in Cavtat previously,but im not sure where Poluganji is situated.I can tell you, that Cavtat itself is all on the flat, & is very accessable from the bus station.we njoyed a lovely week there in My 2007,when at that time they were building the new bus station. Hope you rtesolve your difficulties if they arise,& incidently were due to arrive for a second visit, on 10th may,2009 SO WE MAY EVEN HAVE THE PLEASURE OF MEETING UP WITH YOU,although looking at the date , u may already beon your way there...Have a really lovely time. Pete & Pat Tyler..HOTEL SUPETAR CAVTAT. 10TH-17TH MAY 2007

Accommodation in Dubrovnik

by alichurch

Are there any recommendations of good cheap places to stay in the old town in Dubrovnik? We are flying in to the city from the UK and would like to at least book our first night's accommodation.

Thank you!

RE: Accommodation in Dubrovnik

by Kardrew

We stayed in a couple of hotels in Cavtat from where you can take a boat across to Dubrovnik. The Hotel Cavtat & Hotel Supetar are both reasonably priced hotels in great locatioions.

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Travel Tips for Cavtat

Karlovačko pivo


Karlovačko pivo is found almost everywhere in Croatia. I know, I should have put this tip in a "Croatia" page but it was very hot and that was the first we drank arriving from Montenegro. We found it was excellent : light but fruity, with just enough bitterness. A great beer. It was not very different from Nikšičko pivo, found in Montenegro but to compare, we should have tasted them side by side.

Walking around the peninsula

by grkboiler

Cavtat has a little peninsula. Old Town is on one side and beaches are on the other side. There is a path that takes you around the whole thing, and you will get some great views of the surrounding areas. It is a very relaxing walk.

Rock Pool at Cavtat

by Mikebb

The esplanade leads into a path that goes for several kilometers around the waterfront, up the hill and around the corner. We walked the trail for a half hour and found it most interesting, some old houses , farmland and an interesting waterfront. This little rock pool looks as though it has been here for centuries. Rain clouds were fast approaching and we had to quickly return to the town and the safety of a nice restaurant.

Walk North of Cavtat Town

by Mikebb

A short walk to the north of the seside town brings you to an area of luxuriant vegetation and excellent views of the beaches and back to the town. If you continue walking you will come to an area of upmarket hotels. We were there late October and the peak tourist season had passed which enabled us to enjoy a peaceful amble through this area.

Cavtat was here first!

by Rusket

"Before Dubrovnik"

Cavtat is the croatian form of Civitas Vetus, the area of the Roman town Epidareus. Epidareus was ruined by Slavs and Avars in the seventh century, and legends say that the inhabitants fled to the safe area of Ragusa, which later became Dubrovnik. Much later Cavtat was rebuilt as a medieval town, but there are many monuments from it's early history, and more to be found in ongoing investigations. Remnants of the old aquaduct are still visible.

Cavtat, a small town of approximately 2000 inhabitants, is the administrative center of Konavle municipality in Dubrovacko-Neretvinska county. This is the southernmost area of Croatia, with borders to Bosnia & Hercegovina and to Montenegro. The name Konavle is derived from konali, that is canals, because of the aquaduct and the canals irrigating the Cavtat hinterland.


This was my second visit to Cavtat, the previous one was appr. 30 years ago. One of the things I remembered most from my first visit can be seen on this photo: Lemon trees. I remember picking lemons and oranges right from the trees in december! That was great for me, coming from the winter in Norway in the second half of the 1970-ies! We had been driving down from Beograd though Montenegro, having a Central European climate, and all of a sudden, we were in a totally different climate zone :-)

"Mild winters"

Another one of my memories was eating in an outdoor cafe the day before Christmas Eve. And I remember walking along the beautiful promenades of Cavtat and wading in the ocean. Sea temperature was 18 C, and the locals thought I was crazy when I said I wanted to take a swim :-)

Today Cavtat is mostly a tourist town, perfectly situated only 5 km from Cilipi airport, close to Dubrovnik and with great possibilities for bathing, sunbathing and water sports.


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Address: Obala A.Starcevica 27, Cavtat, HR-20210, Croatia