Caffe Bar Delfin: Caffe Bar Delfin
Sitting underneath St. Nicholas Church, the Caffe Bar Delfin is the first one you see on the promenade. It's a nice place to enjoy a quiet beer, although its end of row location makes it feel a little out of the action, which can be a good thing on a noisy night in Cavtat. The views of the harbour aren't the best, but the location under the church is serene.
The Rat Bar: The Perfect Sunset Spot
I don't know what this bar is called, but the nature and location of the bar (on the Rat peninsula) makes it seem fitting. It's a ramshackle wooden structure that clings to the rocky walls and looks like it could have been taken straight from Robinson Crusoe or Castaway.
It's easy to miss, but just follow the chilled sounds of Kruder and Dorfmeister and the Thievery Corporation down to the shaded tables below the pathway. Here you can enjoy a cold beer as the sun sets: the perfect end to a hectic day of sightseeing.
The only downside are the mosquitoes. Not millions of them, but annoying all the same. Bring a little repellent and you'll be fine.
Amoret bar: In the shadow of the church
There are quite a few bars and cafes overlooking the bay which all seem to be better at one thing than another - some did a larger selection of wine, some had more modern music and some did a large cocktail list. The two bars in the next to the church were good on a nighttime as the music was varied (chart and indie), the staff were really friendly and it is a good spot to people watch or see the sunset. It also had a big cocktail menu if you prefer.
We came for a coffee in the day once but it gets quite busy so there are more relaxing places to go if you want to chillout but i think this is one of the good places to go on a night. It is also quite cheap as 2 beers were 40kn and 20kn for shots of spirits.
Beach Bar Cool: Yes, it's really called Beach Bar Cool
This place has a great view as an open bar facing the water towards the West, so it's perfect for sipping a drink and watching the sunset. It's got good drinks, good music and great ambiance, so it makes sense that it gets pretty busy during the weekends. There are comfortable couches and tables outdoors and a dj setup for music, and in case it happens to rain, as it did one day I was there, you can still stay outside since there's a roof over the patio. Definitely worth a stop by for a relaxing time.
Dress Code: Casual - not sure if beachwear is okay or not but most likely is since it's, well, right next to the beach.
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