Southern Dalmatia possesses one of Europe’s most dramatic shorelines, as the stark, grey wall of the coastal mountains sweeps down towards a lush seaboard ribbon dotted with palm trees and olive plantations. It is one of the most urbanized parts of the Adriatic coast, with suburban Split creeping earnestly along the shore in both directions, and the resorts of the Makarska Riviera strung together towards the south. However it is also home to antiquated villages and harsh natural wildernesses, which can often be found just a few minutes’ walk uphill from the coastal strip.
Dubrovnik, one of the most beautiful towns in Europe, is surrounded by ramparts that were first built in the 16th century, with churches, palaces, monuments, monasteries and museums that could take a year to discover. But Dubrovnik is far from being a museum city. Inside the old towns ramparts about 5000 people have their homes.
- Guided Tour of Dubrovnik City Centre and Cable Car Ride
- Abseiling The City Walls Of Dubrovnik
- Sea Kayaking and Lokrum Island visit
- Water activities on the beach – SUP boarding, sea kayaking, Jet Ski Yamaha,speed boats, try scuba diving
- Dubrovnik Sunset Dinner Cruise
- Guided Biking Tours
Duration 1:40minuts from Prague. Czech Airlines, Smartwings every day. Prices start from 192EUR per person.