About Dubrovnik Riviera
Stunning sceneryTake in the natural beauty, history and culture of the Dubrovnik Riviera which stretches along the southern tip of Croatia from the delta of the Neretva River to Cape Ostro.
Experience and explore historic sites, beautiful islands and interesting towns. The Old Town of Dubrovnik offers much for holidaymakers with it's marble-paved streets, ancient monuments and town walls. Mlini is one of the largest towns whilst Plat is perfect for those seeking a peaceful destination.
The coast is filled with seaside towns and villages, surrounded by lush forests and leading to pretty harbours and well-kept beaches and the islands of Lopud and Sipan provide a pleasant retreat from the mainland.
Flights from London to Dubrovnik Airport take approximately 2 hours and 35 minutes
Time Difference: GMT + 1 hour
Currency: Croatian Kuna
July and August are typically the hottest months on the Dubrovnik Riviera with average temperatures of 22 Celsius and little rainfall, Temperatures are more cooler but still warm in May and October.
Leisure & Activities
Dubrovnik's World Heritage listed Old Town with it's historic walls it's a must see for anyone visiting this area.
There are plenty of beaches in the Riviera, mostly rock and pebble beaches with sunbathing platforms and some with restaurants and bars. Vucine Beach is one of the largest in the Adriatic and is particularly suitable for children as it has shallow waters and is very clean.
One of the most famous national parks is the island of Lastovo which was proclaimed a nature park in 2006. This is an ideal place for nature lovers with beautiful surroundings, cliffs and caves plus plenty of fishing and sailing opportunities and fabulously fresh seafood to dine on.