Dubrovnik’s unique fortifications will leave you breathless as you sail into this wonderful city located in the south of the Croatian coast. Its walls are a whopping 1940 meters long! Having arrived to Dubrovnik, you will be able to enjoy the bluest and cleanest sea in the world, numerous natural sights and fascinating underground caves.
The best way to explore Dubrovnik’s surrounding area is by boat rental, but we recommend that you book your boat as soon as possible. This area is unique and there aren’t many boats for rental, so it’s important to organize everything on time. When you set out to explore the region, be sure to stop by at Lokrum island. If you’re not already in love, this may be the place to find your soulmate, since Lokrum is known as “the Island of Love”.
To explore the Elafiti or Jelenji islands, we strongly recommend you to rent a sailboat or a yacht, as you’ll be able to access areas where larger tourist ships cannot dock. Drop your anchor, ride in an inflatable boat or swim to the most secluded coves and let the beauty of the Adriatic Sea charm you.
Enjoy a smooth sail to the island of Mljet and find the same-named National Park in its western part. The Park’s beautiful untouched nature and its Large and Small Lake are a thing to behold. Make a stop at the Pomena port as well - it is widely known for its South-Dalmatian Regatta, taking place on the Dubrovnik-Mljet-Orebić route.
If you decide to charter a boat in the Dubrovnik region, you should know that in addition to arriving by car or a bus, you can also make your way there by plane. The city has very good air traffic connections, so you’ll have no trouble finding a flight to best suit your travel itinerary. For your trip from the airport to your chosen marina, we recommend getting a taxi or pre-arranging a transfer service.
You can find all flight details via the following link: