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Top Reasons To Go

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. Sword dancing Watch an incredibly entertaining, centuries-old sword dance in Korčula Town, the stunning city where Marco Polo was born.
  4. 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.
  5. Chilling out Spend a day hiking, biking, or just lounging on the relaxed, sun-drenched Elafiti Islands.

When To Go

When to Go

Southern Dalmatia works for half the year and sleeps for the other: most of the region shuts down through the winter. Dubrovnik is the exception...

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