- Wall walking Walk the entire circuit of Dubrovnik's medieval city walls—which date back to the 13th century—for splendid views. Then take the cable car up Mt. Srđ for the postcard-perfect views of the walls, the city, and the sea together in all their glory.
- Mussel up Feast on fresh oysters straight out of the sea and local wine at a waterside restaurant in the Pelješac Peninsula's Mali Ston. The oysters are justifiably famous and served year-round.
- Sword dancing Watch an incredibly entertaining, centuries-old sword dance in Korčula Town, the stunning city where Marco Polo was born.
- Secluded swimming Swim in Mljet's pristine Veliko Jezero surrounded by dense pine forests, then take a kayak to the Benedictine monastery on an island in the middle of the lake.
- Chilling out Spend a day hiking, biking, or just lounging on the relaxed, sun-drenched Elafiti Islands.
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