Nature was in Dubrovnik’s favor and blessed it with numerous beauties, which have been described by many great poets and writers in Dubrovnik. The warmth of the end Dalmatian south, clear blue sky, pure turquoise green and dark blue sea depths along the rocky coastline abounding in numerous bays, sandy beaches and steep rock covered with rich Mediterranean and subtropical flora. Such unmatched beauty, which impressively impresses visitors, is impossible to find anywhere except in Dubrovnik. Boats in DubrovnikThe city is facing the sun and the sea, and flames rich in colors of blossomed gardens and hot red roofs, like floating on a wide open sea, accompanied by proud, everlasting green islands and islets.
The Dubrovnik Riviera stretches over 250 km of coastline, full of beauty of the lush vegetation of the South Adriatic. Life flourishes on a bare rock just by the sea, stunning visitors with its beauty and the intensity of scent. In hot summer days, the concentrated scent of the sea is mixed with the essential fragrances of pine, cypress, laurel, rosemary, myrtle, and various other aromatic plants and flowers, sometimes with its intensity, causing seductive dizziness. Dubrovnik, Stradun Dug Street is a series of beautiful places along the Dubrovnik Riviera, which is a kind of beauty contest. The romantic island of Lokrum looks like a guard in front of Dubrovnik’s city harbor, the island of St. Andrew seems to keep it on the open sea. The Elaphite Islands are a beauty contest for themselves, and each of them is beautiful in its unique way. There are also the beautiful, green island of Mljet (“Odysseus Island”) with a wealth of ancient myths and legends, and the magical island of Korcula. The town of Ston, important for the ancient Dubrovnik Republic because of its solana, is surrounded by far-known ramparts.Dubrovnik’s Cathedral Peljesac peninsula, the famous wine-growing region, boasts numerous contrasts of natural beauty, steep and high mountains, to fine fields, coves and beaches.
The Dubrovnik littoral, located east of the city, hides the beauty of Župa Dubrovačka, the oldest and most impressive Dubrovnik place, the oldest part of the Dubrovnik Republic. Dubrovnik, the old townWith its borders, the unique Rijeka Dubrovacka stretches. The rich coastline of Cavtat is surrounded by numerous small islets, and the city itself is famous for its ancient history. Finally, there are Konavle, famous for its folk heritage and rocky coasts, covering the area all the way to Ponte Oštra, at the entrance to Boka Kotorska.