aerial panorama of Korčula and the surrounding



Inhabited since prehistoric times, this central Dalmatian island which stretches parallel to the Dalmatian shore is a place you simply can’t afford to miss when in Croatia. Over the centuries, Korčula had been settled and conquered by the Greeks, Romans, Venetians, French and English but Croats proved to be a constant throughout. With just over 16 thousand inhabitants, Korčula is …

Lokrum – Dubrovnik Riviera


Lokrum, the beautiful island located just a short boats ride away from the Old town Dubrovnik, was inhabited in prehistoric times. A fragment of a writing on a tombstone and four relief fragments built into the wall of the Benedictine Monastery testify to that fact. According to some data, as early as in 915 Lokrum was frequently visited and at some points …

Lopud – Dubrovnik Riviera


The island in the middle, the most developed of its Elaphiti brothers and the one with the sandy beaches. Sail into or walk through the woods to reach the Šunj bay and your day is set to be a great one. Lopud is definitely worth a trip!

Cavtat, Konavle – Dubrovnik Riviera


Cavtat is a small town and sort of a mirror image to its more known neighbor Dubrovnik. This picturesque little place formed itself as a perfect destination for all you small town, no fuss, good food and long days at the beach folks. Try Cavtat, you won’t regret it! Welcome to the Dubrovnik Riviera

Sokol Tower, Konavle – Dubrovnik Riviera


Visit Konavle – Dubrovnik Riviera Konavle will captivate you with their unexpectedly changing landscapes, from the steep seaside rocks to the greenest areas of hills, hiding a real-life treasure – the historic Sokol Tower. Be sure to visit the small village of Dunave and its proud standing treasure – the city-fort of the Hawk.

Ston, Dubrovnik Riviera


Dubrovnik Riviera – Visit Ston!   Ston Walls, Saltworks, Oysters and much more of unprecedented beauty!