Sightseeing of Dubrovnik

Sightseeing Dubrovnik

The main sights of Dubrovnik and the main sights of South Dalmacia:
old center of Dubrovnik (UNESCO), valley of the Neretva river, Mostar city, national natural park Mljet, fortress Ston and Stonska Solana, oyster farm.

The famous Dubrovnik is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.


Dubrovnik Sightseeing CroatiaDistance from Split 205 km

Dubrovnik the most refined and sophisticated city of Croatia – “the pearl of the Adriatic.”

Dubrovnik is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.

Dubrovnik is rightfully ranked among the
most beautiful monument cities of Renaissance Europe, along with Venice and Amsterdam.

Upon his visit to Dubrovnik in 1929, George Bernard Shaw said: “If you want to see Heaven on Earth, come to Dubrovnik.”

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Fortress Ston – “the Great Wall of China”

Sightseeing of Croatia Fortresses Ston Dubrovnik Croatia
Distance to Dubrovnik 54 km
Distance to Split 171 km

Fortress Ston is a resort town located where Peljesac peninsula is connected to the mainland. Ston was founded in 1333.

The construction of the Ston wall began in 1334 for the purpose of defending the Republic of Dubrovnik. Today, you can walk on the walls and see several towers and fortresses. The walls of Ston are the longest defensive complex in Europe and the second longest in the world, after the Great Wall of China. Also, the Franciscan monastery of St. Nicholas — one of the largest in Croatia.

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Solana of Ston

Sightseeing of Croatia Solana of Ston Dubrovnik Croatia
Distance to Dubrovnik 54 km
Distance to Split 171 km

The age of the Solana of Ston is 4000 years. Salt has been an economically important resource in all ages.

The Solana in Ston has the area of 500,000, and 430,000 of them are pools with seawater. There are 58 pools and 5 groups altogether. During high tide, seawater fills the pools of the first group, the salinity of the water is 3.5%, the water is gradually let go from pool to pool until its salitity is 2.4% This process lasts 1.5 to 2 months depending on weather conditions. After that, the water flows to crystallization pools. In them, the salt crystallizes and in 10-15 days salt collection begins. One pools is processed in one day. 30-100 tons of salt is collected from each pool, and all the work is done by hand.

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Oyster farm of Ston of Dubrovnik

Sightseeing of Croatia Oyster farm of Ston Dubrovnik Croatia
Distance to Dubrovnik 54 km
Distance to Split 171 km

A famous oyster farm is located in Ston. The oysters of Ston of Dubrovnik are considered to be of the highest quality in the world. Most of the oysters is used to supply the markets and restaurants of Italy and France.

A number of restaurants specialising in oyster dishes are located here, and anyone can try these elite oysters at the low local prices. You can visit the oyster farm with an excursion.

Mljet national nature park of Croatia

Distance to Dubrovnik 77 km
Sightseeing of Croatia Mljet national nature park of Croatia

The system of salty lakes on Mljet is a unique geological and oceanographical phenomenon of karst, significant not only in the scope of Croatia, but the entire world.

For decades, the Big and Little lakes have been attracting nature explorers, nature lovers and scientists with their beauty and their many yet undiscovered secrets. Amid the Big Lake there is one more cultural, historical and touristic landmark — the picturesque isle of St Mary with a Benedictine monastery dated the 12th century.

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The valley of the Neretva river

Sightseeing of Croatia valley of the Neretva river
Distance to Dubrovnik 85 km
Distance to Split 130 km

The river Neretva – is one of the longest and most beautiful rivers of Croatia.

The valley of the Neretva river, surrounded by mountains is a unique natural phenomenon, the swampy area of the valley is rich in rare species of the animal and plant world, and is an ornithological park with over 400 species of birds. The valley of the Neretva has been declared a natural park and is protected by the government. The rivers of the Neretva river are rich in fish, and are known and loved by connoisseurs — Neretvian eel, local restaurants offer various fish dishes. It is most comfortable to get to know the riches of the Neretva river while sailing along the banks in a boat.

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The city of Mostar (UNESCO)

Sightseeing of Croatia city of Mostar (UNESCO)
Distance to Dubrovnik 139 km
Distance to Split 143 km

The famous city of Mostar stands along the flow of the Neretva river on the territory of Bosnia and Herzegovina. The mane of the city of Mostar comes from the phrase “stari most” — “old bridge”. The old bridge over the Neretva of the city of Mostar, built by Osman Turks in 1566 is included in the UNESCO World Heritage list.

The Old bridge of Mostar was destroyed in the war of 1992–1995, and was rebuilt and now it symbolizes the peaceful life of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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Medjugorje Sightseeing Croatia
Distance from Split 134 km
Distance from Dubrovnik 143 km

Medjugorje is a small place in Bosnia and Herzegovina, not far from Croatia, which became famous due to the appearances of Virgin Mary to believers, the first of which took place in 1981, and which still continue. The Virgin appears to the pilgrims and leaves her messages. The messages are distributed in all major languages of the world.

Medjugorje is a place of annual pilgrimage of more than a million believers from all over the world.

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Biokovo natural park

Biokovo natural park Sightseeing riviera Split Croatia
Distance from Split 80 km
Distance from Makarska 10 km
Distance from Dubrovnik 145 km

Biokovo is one of the largest and most beautiful Dalmatian mountains, and it is surprisingly close to the sea. Mount Biokovo is also fascinating for its height of almost 1800 m above sea level. It is the highest and the longest peak of the country.

Thanks to its unbelievable bio-variety and natural beauty, Biokovo was pronounced a nature park in 1981. The Biokovo park has the area of 196 and takes up a mountain range about 30 km long that stretches from the gorge Dupci to Gorny Igrany.

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The island of Hvar

Island of Hvar Sightseeing riviera Split Croatia
The trip by ferries from centar of Split to Hvar is 3 hours long
Fast catamarans to isle Hvar from Split – 1 hour long

The island of Hvar is the longest isle of the Adriatic. It is an island of grapes, olives, lavender and numerous springs.

The island of Hvar is a real record-breaker in the number of sunny days and the amount of natural coolness.
The oldest in Europe bas-relief was found on Hvar, and the oldest public theatre, built in 1612, is also located here.

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