Situated in the south of Croatia, Dubrovnik region, presents one of the most prominent tourist destination in Croatia which provides unforgettable vacations for all visitors.
Dubrovnik region presents a fabulous mixture of culture, nature and adventure.
A typical Mediterranean climate, magnificent cultural and historical heritage, stunning beaches and crystal clear sea are some of main attractions of the region. The uniqueness of this area is narrow heterogeneous coast line with variety of small islands, named Elaphiti archipelago, located west of famous Dubrovnik town. Three major Elaphiti islands are: Sipan, Lopud and Kolocep, but Daksa, St. Andrija, Ruda, Misnjak, Jakljan, Kosmec, Golec, Crkvine, Tajan and Olipa also belong to the archipelago. Except Elaphiti, the most famous islands of the region are Korcula, Mljet and Lastovo. Peninsula Peljesac is a perfect place for peaceful and relaxing vacation where you can get in touch with the unspoiled nature.
Some of the most valuable remnants and monuments of the region can be seen in the Lower Neretva valley, which is famous by its long tradition of kayak races.
National park Mljet, situated on the northwest part of the island of Mljet, is a unique geological and oceanographic phenomenon of worldwide importance and place where endemic plants grow. It is most famous by its salt lakes, karsts landscape, rich vegetation and beautiful preserved forests. In the middle of the Great Lake is an islet of St. Mary with an ancient Benedictine monastery and a church dating from 12th century.
A highway Zagreb – Dubrovnik is planed to be finish 2010. Dubrovnik airport “Cilipi”, has regular lines with all major European towns. Ferry line connect Dubrovnik with regional islands as well with Bari, Italy.