Dubrovnik Riviera Highlights

The riches and tastes of Dubrovnik Riviera!


From the astounding panoramic views from Srđ hill to the seaside gem of Cavtat and the countryside of Konavle, the areas surrounding Dubrovnik are not just a pretty backdrop, but places full of history, culture and stories. Travelling east of Dubrovnik, enjoy the quintessential Mediterranean charm before immersing in the ancient traditions and the rustic flavors in a village tavern. Powered by fresh country air, explore from sea to sky with us, leaving with a wonderful insight into this lesser known region which graciously rewards all who make the effort to look.

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Duration:   full day

Difficulty:   easy

Location:   Dubrovnik

Available all year round

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Cavtat from the air
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Dubrovnik Old Town
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Dubrovnik at night
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The southern shores of Dubrovnik

Tour description


 

Rarely can a historic city with such immense visual appeal as Dubrovnik offer visitors sights worth exploring outside of its historic center. However, this UNESCO World Heritage jewel is just a part of the most dramatic coastline boasting numerous wonderful spots and places to discover.

Experience all of the highlights of the Dubrovnik Riviera in a one day trip! We start in the Old Town with an hour long classic walking tour, seeing all the main sights before continuing to the top of Srđ hill with the cable car. Towering above the Old Town, this is the ideal spot for a spectacular panoramic view of the red rooftops and the surrounding islands, guaranteed to take your breath away.

Next, head east of majestic Dubrovnik to the furthest parts of Croatia before it meets the rugged coastline of Montenegro: the town of Cavtat and the Konavle valley. Cavtat's past, present and future are very closely tied to Dubrovnik's and this historically rich area is a delight - its old town is a warren of narrow streets and cobbled alleys and the serpentine waterfront promenade frames a picturesque harbor. Konavle valley, a collection of over 30 villages, is embraced by the southern mountains of Herzegovina and Montenegro, the same which had kept its traditions safe and secluded for centuries. 

One of the most picturesque areas of the Croatian coast, Cavtat and Konavle are for sure a day trip filled with remarkable culture, amazing sceneries and an altogether perfect experience!

  • This tour is fully private and on request only.
  • Tour includes collection from your hotel, villa or private accommodation by our guide and professional English speaking chauffeur in a comfortable luxury sedan car or passenger van, private walking tour of the Old Town, Srđ hill panorama, visit to Cavtat and an authentic, traditional lunch in the Konavle valley.
  • Bring your camera, comfortable shoes, hat and sunscreen in the summer months. For afternoon departures, bring a shawl as evenings can be cool in the countryside.
  • Please advise if you have any mobility issues so the tour can be adjusted accordingly.

 

Cavtat

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Modern-day Cavtat was once a Greek colony. Epidaurum, as it was called, was taken over by the Romans in 228 BC. They established their own colony here, and, naming it Epidaurus, invested into developing an important harbor at the completion of their trade route. During the Slavic and Avar raids of the 7th century, inhabitants fled Epidaurus and retreated to the ancient Illyrian hill forts in modern Župa Dubrovačka and beneath the Srđ hill where they participated in establishing a settlement called Ragusa. Today Ragusa is known worldwide as the beautiful city of Dubrovnik!

Quick Info

AIRPORT NEARBY

Dubrovnik

HARBOR NEARBY

Dubrovnik

WEATHER

72°F  /  22°C

LOCAL TIME

10:42 PM

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Dubrovnik Riviera Highlights

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The riches and tastes of Dubrovnik Riviera!

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