South Dalmatia

The southernmost part of the Croatian coast, which extends from the river Neretva and Dubrovnik area which borders with Montenegro. The biggest tourist center is the city of Dubrovnik - one of the most famous cities of the Mediterranean. The biggest attractions are its medieval city walls that stretch over 1940 meters and represent a symbol of Dubrovnik's freedom.

Dubrovnik is a popular destination for international jet-sett who sail in with it's yachts and dock at Dubrovnik's harbor Gruž. Most accommodation in Dubrovnik is oriented in a highly elite tourism. Because of its exceptional beauty and rich history it is inscribed in the UNESCO world cultural heritage. Other tourist centers are Cavtat, Klek, Ston, Orebić, Pelješac peninsula and Konavli.

The most important islands of this region are the island of Mljet, Korčula, Lastovo and Elaphite islands. The island of Mljet is the greenest of the islands, but also a national park. This region provides an excellent gastronomic and enological offer. A number of excellent restaurants, hotels, taverns will give you excellent dishes like fish, octopus, shrimp and mussels, and grilled meat with rosemary and olive oil. Of deserts, the most famous is Dubrovnik's flan, which we recommend everyone to try. They also offer great wines (from Merlot, Cabernet and Dingač to Malvasia, Pinot or Posip).

To all lovers of active vacation Southern Dalmatia provides activities such as sailing, surfing, water skiing, fishing, diving, cycling. This region also offers modern accommodation, villas, hotels, apartments, modern marinas, harbors and nautical centers. If you visit Konavle, be sure to try the mandarin of the Neretva valley, which is considered as the best in teh world, but also melons, oranges, plums and grapes.


Dubrovnik



Elafiti



Klek



Korčula



Metković



Mljet



Pelješac



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