The Dubrovnik region manages to seamlessly combine Croatia’s rich cultural heritage with the regions staggering natural beauty and remarkable history. Taking Dubrovnik accommodation sets you in one of the most tranquil and beautiful regions in the world, where music, art and theatre thrive.
Dubrovnik is a hugely cultural city, and the annual Summer Dubrovnik Festival from mid-July entertains visitors and locals for an entire month with plays, concerts and huge games.
This region is a genuinely Croatian region. Talking private accommodation in Dubrovnik brings you into contact with the genuinely rich Croatian culture, where restaurants brim with natural produce and local recipes, and tourism mixes perfectly with local lifestyles.
The region is astonishingly beautiful naturally, and the Dubrovnik villas and apartments which adorn the countryside blend in perfectly. Beach holidays and both cycling and walking breaks to Dubrovnik will capture the imagination and almost certainly make you return year after year.
The city of Dubrovnik was first build during the 13th Century, and has changed very little since then, surrounded by impressive ramparts breaches only by two entry points. The city of Dubrovnik is one of the most beautiful places in the world to simply sit in a café and watch the world drift by. The Rector’s Palace, Dubrovnik’s city museum, is an astounding piece of architecture, well worth a visit from a Dubrovnik holiday rental.
Orebic is a hugely picturesque town offering tourists both extreme natural beauty and pure relaxation, surrounded by lush groves and sun soaked beaches, both pebble and sand. Cycling around the town or canoeing across the front of the bay are exceptional ways to soak in the atmosphere and truly recuperate whilst you stay in accommodation in the Dubrovnik region.
Cavtat, a port town in the south of the Dubrovnik region is most famous for the Cavtat Summer, a festival of concerts celebrating folk music, sports and gastronomy. There are a range of important festivals held in Cavtat throughout the year, the most popular of which is the Day of Our Lady of the Snows in August. The town is a marvellous place to take a holiday rental villa in Dubrovnik to relax on the coast.
The dry Mediterranean climate of Dubrovnik means that summers reach an average of 34°C in July and August, which means that tourism in Dubrovnik flourishes. Even during the winter, the rich culture and fine restaurants are filled with holiday makers on short breaks to Dubrovnik enjoying extremely mild temperatures averaging around 10°C.
British Airways provide daily flights from London to Dubrovnik, making self catering Dubrovnik accommodation much closer than you might think. Cheap flights are available on a regular basis, with more provided during the summer.