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A walk along the shore
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).
- Hiking and Walking
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.
Lapad in Dubrovnik
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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Lapad & Babin Kuk
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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