Luxury Villas Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik stands as a jewel of Croatia, captivating visitors with its rich history, stunning architecture, and unparalleled natural beauty. This UNESCO World Heritage Site is renowned for its well-preserved medieval walls, charming cobblestone streets, and a captivating blend of Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque buildings. Dubrovnik is also called the "Pearl of the Adriatic".

The portfolio of Finest Holidays-Luxury Travel includes beautifully designed holiday villas featuring state-of-the-art facilities, private pools, and sprawling gardens, ensuring an unforgettable holiday experience. Guests can relish the privacy and tranquillity that these outstanding holiday villas offer, all while being just a stone's throw away from the cultural treasures and vibrant energy of Dubrovnik. 

Dubrovnik's allure extends beyond its historical significance, as it has become a premier destination for luxury holidays. The city and surroundings proudly boast some of the most beautiful luxury holiday villas in Croatia, offering discerning travellers an exclusive and opulent retreat. These villas, situated in Dubrovnik and other picturesque parts of the country, provide a perfect blend of modern amenities and traditional charm.

Dubrovnik, beyond its stunning landscapes and luxury villas, offers a cultural tapestry that captivates the hearts of its visitors. The city is a treasure trove of museums, galleries, restaurants, and nightlife, ensuring a well-rounded and enriching experience for every discerning traveller.

Museums and Galleries:
Dubrovnik is home to a myriad of museums that showcase its rich history and artistic heritage. The Rector's Palace, a splendid blend of Gothic and Renaissance architecture, houses the Cultural Historical Museum, where visitors can explore the city's political and cultural evolution. The Maritime Museum, situated in the St. John's Fortress, offers a fascinating glimpse into Dubrovnik's maritime legacy. Art enthusiasts can wander through the city's galleries, such as the Modern Gallery Dubrovnik, featuring contemporary Croatian art, and the Dulčić Masle Pulitika Gallery, known for its collection of works by local artists. These cultural hubs provide a deeper understanding of the region's artistic prowess.

Dubrovnik's culinary scene is a delight for food connoisseurs. The city's restaurants, nestled amid historic streets and scenic views, offer a delectable fusion of Mediterranean and Croatian flavors. From fresh seafood delicacies to locally sourced produce, each dish is a celebration of the region's gastronomic diversity.

For an unforgettable dining experience, explore renowned establishments like Nautika, perched near the city walls with a stunning view of the sea, or Proto, a charming restaurant tucked away in the Old Town serving traditional Dalmatian cuisine. These culinary gems reflect the city's commitment to culinary excellence.

As the sun sets over the Adriatic, Dubrovnik transforms into a vibrant hub of nightlife. Trendy bars and stylish lounges come alive, offering an array of entertainment options. Revel in the lively atmosphere of Buža Bar, a cliffside bar with panoramic views of the sea, or unwind at Troubadour Hard Jazz Café, known for its intimate setting and live music.

For those seeking a more energetic experience, Club Revelin, housed in a medieval fortress, is a renowned nightclub that hosts international DJs and events. Dubrovnik's nightlife caters to diverse tastes, ensuring that every evening becomes a memorable part of your stay in this enchanting coastal city.

Dubrovnik is known for its stunning beaches and crystal-clear waters. Some of the most popular beaches in and around Dubrovnik include:

Banje Beach: Located just east of the Old Town, Banje Beach is one of the most famous and centrally located beaches in Dubrovnik. It offers a great view of the city walls and has both pebble and sandy areas.

Sveti Jakov Beach: This beach is situated a bit further from the Old Town, providing a quieter and more relaxed atmosphere. The beach is surrounded by lush greenery and has a mix of pebbles and rocks.

Copacabana Beach: Despite sharing its name with the famous beach in Rio de Janeiro, Dubrovnik's Copacabana Beach has its own charm. It's a family-friendly beach with various water sports activities and amenities.

Lapad Bay: Not a single beach but a stretch of coastline with several smaller beaches, Lapad Bay is a popular area for both locals and tourists. It offers a variety of beach types, including pebble, rocky, and concrete areas.

Dance Beach: Also known as Sumratin Beach, Dance Beach is located near the Babin Kuk area. It has a mix of pebbles and rocks and is a great spot for those looking for a more secluded beach experience.

Betina Cave Beach: This hidden gem is a bit more challenging to access but is well worth the effort for those seeking a quiet and secluded spot. It's a rocky beach surrounded by cliffs and provides a more intimate setting.

Cava Beach: Located on the Babin Kuk peninsula, Cava Beach is known for its clear blue waters and beautiful surroundings. It has both pebble and rocky sections.

These are just a few examples, Dubrovnik offers a variety of beaches catering to different preferences, from vibrant and lively to tranquil and secluded.
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Villa Beautiful - Dubrovnik

Bedrooms: 6Sleeps: 12
From 15,400 EUR to 22,400 EUR/week
Holiday villa Beautiful is located in the charming coastal town of Trsteno, just a short drive from Dubrovnik and... More details

Villa Bella Vista - Dubrovnik

Bedrooms: 6Sleeps: 12 + 2
Price upon request
Villa Bella Vista is overlooking the Adriatic. The villa is the most luxury front-line beach residences on the... More details