Dubrovnik Off The Beaten Path

  • from the Bosanka Hill
    from the Bosanka Hill
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  • pier at Lokrum with Forester's house
    pier at Lokrum with Forester's house
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  • 1. Day trips

    I did this trip with Adriatic global agency. The bad side is that you have to pay online if you want to book from home, the good side of the medal is that they organise smaller groups than Gulliver...

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  • 2. Neighbouring islands

    One of the alternatives in our free day in Dubrovnik was a trip to the Elaphiti Islands. Having visited worderful Islands as Hvar, Korcula or Peljesac we thought that it wouldn't add much to our...

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  • 3. Beaches

    Don't expect great beaches,but, after burning in the sun along the city walls, all the water is welcome, and the coast around the town provides several beaches. Well, the possible beaches, but all...

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  • 4. Old City of Dubrovnik

    To be honest I have no idea what are the names of this small chapels situated right next to the Dominican Monastery, in the street which is leading towards the Ploce Gate. Could be even some pious...

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  • 5. Forts, Palaces & Castles

    The walls around Ston marked the northern edge of th eDubrovnik Republic. Mali Ston nearby has more restaurants and clearly a busier but less picturesqu place. We stopped off on the way to exploring...

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  • 6. Parks

    Take a walk out the Pile Gate to explore this beautiful and quiet park. You can walk up the main road and turn left at Od Graca, but the more scenic way is to walk down to the little harbour (follow...

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  • 7. Part 2- Peacocks

    Recent years a characteristic feature of Lokrum are peacocks that strut in front of the visitors with their long, beautiful tails. Many of visitors feed them...

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  • 8. Oasis of peace and rest -Part 1

    Chapter 1- ArrivalThe highest peak is called Glavica( 96 m) . In its southern part is situated a 10 m deep salty lake called the Dead Sea. The northeastern...

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  • 9. Off the beaten path -5 minutes walk from Pile Gate

    So often there are places worth visiting which although close to busy tourist sites, are hidden away down a narrow street or footpath. There is a small beach...

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  • 10. Trsteno Gardens

    The Trsteno Arboretum is located in the surroundings of Dubrovnik, in the small municipality of Trsteno, and covers an area of 25.5 ha (63 acres). It was...

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  • 11. Washing

    I don't know what it is about washing lines, but give me a beautiful setting and I want to photograph them. I think it is the fact that it brings home that this...

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  • 12. Babin Kuk

    We walked here from Gruz. It is just on the other side of the bay. On route we passed some vehicles used in the war. We also had a look at the beach area and...

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  • 13. Gruz

    Our hotel was in Gruz. We were quite happy with this area for a number of reasons. 1/ It was close to the bus station and we arrived by bus from Mostar. 2/ It...

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  • 14. Lazareti

    Lazareti (The Lazarettos) is a large and very well preserved building situated in region of Ploce close to the sea. Its purpose was to put in quarantine foreign...

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  • 15. The Pomena bay in evening...

    The Pomena Bay and the hotel Odisej offers spectacular view in the twilight. It is the time of the day when the small port become very bussy place. Many boats...

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  • 16. The islet of St. Mary

    The islet of St. Mary is situated in the middle of the Big Lake, inside the National Park, and it is its the most attractive place in whole of Mljet. There is a...

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  • 17. Hotel ODISEJ in Pomena

    Pomena is one of the few villages on island of Mljet, situated in its most southern part. Hotel Odisej is the only hotel resort on the entire island, which...

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  • 18. Visit the National Park

    The admission into the National Park is about 8 Euros for day-trip visitors, including all boat transfers inside the park. It is exclusevely free, all the...

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  • 19. Solitary chapel outside the city walls

    If one is passionate photographer and goes for one day trip to some beautiful place he/she prays God for a nice sunny day. That's exactly what I did, took plane...

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  • 20. Ston-Mail Ston

    WE did not stop there, and it was a distance from the highway, but it looked like an interesting place you could enjoy. Dubrovnik built a wall for defense of...

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  • 21. BRIDGE OUTSIDE OF THE OLD TOWN OF DUBROVNIK

    Amazing is the first word spoken when sighting the bridge. Then a stream of words flow out, beautiful, unbelievable, expansive, modern wonder, and in this area...

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  • 22. Coast - North From Dubrovnik

    A trip up the coast will reward travellers with spectacular coastal scenery and pretty villages of red roofed buildings and tall bell-towers. Ideally you should...

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  • 23. Rijeka Dubrovacka

    The small inlet, over which the Franjo Tudman bridge crosses, is known as Rijeka Dubrovacka with the surrounding Dubrovnik suburd of Mokosica. Not many visitors...

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  • 24. Franjo Tudman Bridge

    For a lot of visitors coming to Dubrovnik from northern Croatia or Bosnia and Herzegovina, their first sight of Dubrovnik is the modern Franjo Tudman Bridge....

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  • 25. Gruz

    Not many visitors spend much time around the newer Gruz and harbour area of Dubrovnik but as we were staying nearby during our stay in Dubrovnik, we did get to...

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