Discover the seaside area of Mljet—parks, natural beauty and top sights like Mljet National Park.
Nature, Natural Parks and Islands
Admire the architecture of this stunning 16th-century building and visit its poignant memorial of the Croatian War of Independence.
The former power base of the old Dubrovnik Republic has survived a turbulent past to emerge as one of the city’s most beautiful buildings.
Step inside this early 18th-century church devoted to Dubrovnik’s patron saint to see one of the city’s most worshipped religious icons.
Stop for a refreshing drink at this much-loved Dubrovnik attraction, an important hub of city life for centuries.
Admire the architectural beauty of part of Dubrovnik’s medieval fortifications, a 15th-century stronghold that dominates the southwest corner of the old town.
Relax on the sand, take part in watersports and enjoy coastal walks at a picturesque stretch of coastline at the heart of Dubrovnik’s seaside scene.
Island of Mljet is known as the most forested island in the Adriatic coast. Its untouched nature, olive groves, vineyards and peaceful pristine beauty of the natural surroundings are ideal for your escape and to experience not so known part of Croatia.
The stories about Island Mljet attractions: Lakes, Odyssey and nymph Calipso, Apostle Paul, Benedictine monks and the Mediterranean Seal are just some of many legends woven in history of island Mljet.
Cross the border into Bosnia and Herzegovnia and take in the stunning natural beauty of the town of Mostar, with its iconic bridge spanning the meandering river below. Along the way, stop at the religious pilgrimage site of Medjugore and the UNESCO-listed city of Pocitelj.