Lapad, Dubrovnik

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  • . . . and passes the Cave Bar
    . . . and passes the Cave Bar
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  • . . . beside the crystal clear water . . .
    . . . beside the crystal clear water . ....
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  • The walk hugs the shoreline . . .
    The walk hugs the shoreline . . .
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    A walk along the shore

    by Flying.Scotsman Written Jan 16, 2014

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    The walk hugs the shoreline . . .
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    At the western end of the street called Šetalište kralja Zvonimira, there is a small beach. From here there is a footpath that follows the shore in the direction of the Hotel Neptun. This is a lovely shady walk with beautiful views out to sea. There are even several places to stop for a drink or coffee; the Cave Bar in the More Hotel is especially interesting - it is in a real cave! (See review).

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    • Hiking and Walking
    • Photography

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    Lapad

    by tim07 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Lapad Bay
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    My hotel was situated on Lapad Bay which is about 4 km from the old town, it takes about 15 mins by bus. The area is a mixture of hotels & residential properties. The rocky bay has pebble beaches, which weren't too packed when I was there. A path goes round the bay giving views of the area, the bay is an ideal place to watch the sunset. Lapad has plenty of bars & cafes to sit at, it is a relaxing area within easy reach of the city.

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    Lapad in Dubrovnik

    by georeiser Written May 30, 2009

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    Lapad in Dubrovnik
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    Lapad is another part of Dubrovnik, next to Babin Kuk. Lapad is the innermost side of the bay where the big ferries arrives. It's a intersection north in Dubrovnik. But Lapad has also some quiet streets.

    It's a pathway from Lapad around the headland to Dubrava beach. The walk along the coastline to Dubrava takes 20 minutes, with a nice view to the sea and the new white suspension bridge on the other side og the bay.

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    • Beaches
    • Castles and Palaces

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  • Lapad & Babin Kuk

    by grkboiler Written Dec 5, 2004
    Street in Lapad

    Lapad and Babin Kuk are 2 communities west of the Old Town. They contain some hotels and beaches, and are a nice place to go for a walk. They are located about a half hour from the Old Town on foot, but buses can take you there as well.

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