The Dubrovnik & Neretva region is the southernmost county of Croatia.
Dubrovnik is without doubt the strongest motive for coming to this well-known touristic region, nevertheless, it isn’t the only one … Here you can have your own bay, enjoy the most beautiful sunsets after which you can attend excellent performances by Croatian and worldwide artists, have a great meal and enjoy excellent wines from the region, red or white.
The pearls of this region are: National Park of Mljet, the Elafiti Islands, as well as the Islands of Lastovo and Korcula. Korčula is the hometown of the famous travel writer and explorer Marko Polo. The peninsula of Peljesac is a rare beauty, known as a wine growing region and the world’s second longest preserved city wall, the Wall of Ston.
South of Dubrovnik is the bay Zupa dubrovacka, a beach paradise surrounded by rich Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation and the Konavle region and its town Cavtat.
Apart from the seaside, the valley of Neretva river offers you untouched nature with its traditional gastronomy.