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Holiday in Dubrovnik

Luxury holiday homes & appartments in Dubrovnik.

In Dubrovnik we have the luxury 5-star villa Tauran, this villa is truly heaven on earth! With room for 10 people, 5 bedrooms and 5 bathrooms, this is a truly unique villa. The villa has a private pool with truly amazing views! You look out over the Adriatic and have a view of several small islands. Besides this super deluxe villa, we also have the beautiful holiday home Doli in the region of Dubrovnik. This holiday home has room for 6 persons and features 3 bedrooms, and also has a private swimming pool where you can relax.

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What to do during your holiday in Dubrovnik?

Dubrovnik, the islands and the hinterland offer a lot of beautiful sights for everyone. The city of Dubrovnik has much to offer the culture lover. Take a walk along the 2 kilometres old city wall as soon as it opens so that you can enjoy the beautiful walk in relative peace. Stradun is the old centre of Dubrovnik. You enter through the gate Pile and then you are immediately in the main street of the old town, the Stradun. This is a three hundred metre long impressive street with a large number of important Dubrovnik sights, such as the Franciscan monastery, the Onofrio fountain, the Dubrovnik cathedral and the Sponza palace. The Stradun has the most beautiful side streets that lead you up the steep steps to the narrow, quiet and atmospheric streets. All are full of plants and flowers with cosy terraces and nice cafes.

The imposing Fort Lovrijenac, located by the sea, is definitely worth visiting for its impressive view of the city wall and the old town. For the best view you take the cable car up. From the mountain Srđ you have a fantastic view over Dubrovnik and the green island Lokrum. Lokrum is a nice place to walk in the woods and the island has beautiful, rocky beaches. If you also want to sniff some culture, a visit to the medieval Benedictine monastery is a must. Island hopping is possible from Dubrovnik and you can visit three islands in one day: Koločep, Lopud and Šipan. A day trip to the wine paradise Pelješac should not be missed, nor a visit to Korčula, the birthplace of Marco Polo.

From the old port of Dubrovnik, you can book many excursions. One of the best activities is a combined kayaking and snorkelling trip along the coast. Fanatical divers can also dive from June onwards in the beautiful caves of Cape Petka and the 60-metre-long Taranto shipwreck! The hinterland offers wonderful excursions to various old towns and waterfalls and is an excellent base for visiting unspoilt Bosnia and Montenegro. Montenegro has one of the most beautiful bays in the world: Kotor. And neighbouring Bosnia can be visited with a day trip or hire car. Here you will find the old town of Mostar, with its pleasant streets and one of the nicest towns in Bosnia. You can end the day with a splash in the Kravica waterfalls.

Culinary journey through Dubrovnik

In the Dubrovnik region, the River Neretva flows through a fertile valley and flows into a wonderful marshland. On the Pelješac peninsula, Croatia’s best red wines are produced. In this area, you can also find the most delicious shellfish, which are freshly caught every day from the Gulf of Ston. The sea currents there are very rich in minerals, and this gives the oysters a unique taste. The cooks in Dubrovnik prepare the oysters in different ways, such as breaded oysters or grilled oysters, but also in soup or with risotto the oysters taste phenomenal! Or you can of course just eat them raw, delicious with a local wine or liqueur! Do you want a luxurious and culinary dinner? Then we at Poolincluded have a delicious tip for you. Have dinner at the Forty Four restaurant in the old centre of Dubrovnik, where you will receive excellent wine recommendations with every dish. If you are looking for a restaurant with delicious fish and seafood dishes, restaurant Portun is the perfect place in the old centre for lunch or dinner. For those who seek heaven on earth and want to have lunch or dinner in a unique setting, go to BOWA Dubrovnik on Šipan Island. Here you can escape the noise and bustle of the city. A beautiful bay with cabanas where you can dine and look out over the sea. Here they serve the daily catch of fresh fish, hand-picked vegetables and fruit from the gardens, together with the homemade Šipan island olive oil.

Weather in Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”. This is not only because of the beauty of the city and the region, but also because it has a particularly pleasant climate. The Mediterranean climate of Dubrovnik-Neretva is positively influenced by the Adriatic Sea. This ensures that the temperatures are mild throughout the year. In the summer months, it is slightly less warm and in the winter months, the temperature is mild but rarely cold. The last months of the year are most likely to have long-lasting precipitation, but this also often occurs on the warmest days of the year. This ensures that Dubrovnik-Neretva can be visited all year round.

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