Villa Stanovic

Frana Laureana 1, Cavtat, 20210, Croatia
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The Rat Bar, CavtatThe Rat Bar, Cavtat

Caffe Bar Delfin, CavtatCaffe Bar Delfin, Cavtat

Cavtat Promenade from the Southern SpitCavtat Promenade from the Southern Spit

the white verandathe white veranda

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Cavtat - Dubrovnik

by karamella

Dear friends,

I see someone asked about transportation between Cavtat and Dubrovnik.
Can you advise please how long does it take by bus and by ferry, and, how much is the bus/ferry ticket?

Thank you

Re: Cavtat - Dubrovnik

by qaminari

I went by no. 10 bus for 10 kuna (bought in advance from the kiosk near the bus stop on the road between Gruz and the old city), but this was a few years ago. From memory (and mine may be faulty), it took about 40 minutes.
See also http://www.virtualtourist.com/travel/Europe/Croatia/Dalmatia_Dubrovnik_Region/Cavtat-388254/Transportation-Cavtat-BR-1.html

Travel Tips for Cavtat

Map of Cavtat and surroundings

by novsco61

Cavtat in located in Konavle region.Konavle is the most southern-east part of Dubrovnik region, a geopolitical, strategically and economically important area. The northern part of Konavle region borders with Mount Snježnica towards Herzegovina and with Mount Bjelotina towards Sutorina. Along the seacoast from Cavtat port to Molunat
and peninsula Prevlaka are extended the steep Konavle cliffs. In the
middle of these uplands is situated a fertile valley.

A mask and snorkel

by oneonta_ni

Hiking boots - there are some trails in the hills above the village. One leads to a restaurant that serves traditional food. We did not go hiking but I would have if it was cooler. There is a chemist/pharmacist in the village. You may want a mat to put under your beach towel. Many of the bathing areas were actually concrete platforms on rocks. Sounds a bit rough but it was nice to have our own little space. Mats were available in the local shops.

I also wished I had a mask and snorkel as the water was so clear. Maybe an inflatable ring to float around in too. Oh, and don't forget the swim sandals!

Sunsets from Rat Peninsula

by antistar

Cavtat squeezes out of the mainland and along the narrow strip of the Rat peninsula. This is the most developed side of the harbour, and you can walk the entire circumference of the peninsula in about half an hour along well kept paths.

The sunsets looking west are spectacular.

Make sure to set off at least 30 minutes before sun down to get the best views. There's a small hideaway bar where you can stop for a beer to enjoy the last moments of the smoldering summer sun. But bring some insect repellent: the mosquitoes can get quite wild outside the town.

Ċrkva Gospe od Snijega i samostan franjevaca

by JLBG

Ċrkva Gospe od Snijega i samostan franjevaca (Church Our Lady of the Snows and Franciscan Monastery) was built in two periods: 1484 by the Franciscan brothers, and 1502 thanks to a grant from Franka Gučetiċa. It is possible to climb on top the clock tower but we have not done it as we were too short of time.

Sunsets and Sailing Ships

by antistar

Gentle waters lap against billionaire boats in Croatia's most southerly town. Originally home to Greeks, they all escaped to Dubrovnik after Cavtat was repeatedly overrun by barbarians. Today tourists from Dubrovnik flock here to avoid the crushing crowds.

There's little left of Cavtat's ancient Greek history, and what little there is can be hard to find. But what the small town does offer is what attracted the Greeks here in the first place: A gorgeous protected harbour. It nestles between two spits of land which offer some of the best sunsets I've ever seen.

Facing west, the pink hue of the sky meets the azure waters of the Adriatic, as the burning August sun crosses the horizon. The sun settles behind a blue blanket of warm water, with a backdrop of Dubrovnik in the distance. The city sits as a knot of lights in the nap of the Dinaric Alps dark moonscape.

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