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Apartment | 1 bedrooms | sleeps 2
Studio apartment Novak is located on the 2nd floor of the family house in elite and peaceful part of Dubrovnik (Ploce).
City center and beaches are only 5-10 minutes walking away , that is perfect if you are traveling without car.
Apartment is ideal for 2 persons , especially couples who want to spend romantic vacation.
Whether you are looking for romantic vacation or active vacation, our apartment is right place for it
Leading from the living room is a terrace with stunning sea view over resort, furnished with a table and chairs where you can enjoy sunset .
Planty things are nearby that are worth of seeing : Old city . Lokrum and elaphiti islands.... but if you are more adventure type , than you can explore hills or sea depths.
|Size||Sleeps up to 2, 1 bedrooms|
|Nearest beach||Banje 300 m|
|Will consider||Long term lets (over 1 month)|
|Access||Car not necessary|
|Nearest Amenities||400 m|
|Nearest travel links||Nearest airport: Cilipi 21 km, Nearest railway: Ploce 101 km|
|Notes||No pets allowed, Yes, smoking allowed|
Features and Facilities
|Luxuries||Internet access, Sea view|
|General||Air conditioning, TV, Satellite TV, Wi-Fi available|
|Utilities||Cooker, Fridge, Freezer|
|Rooms||1 bedroom, 1 bathrooms of which 1 En suites|
|Furniture||1 Sofa beds, Double beds (1), Dining seats for 4, Lounge seats for 2|
|Other||Linen provided, Towels provided|
|Outdoors||Balcony or terrace|
|Further details outdoors|
Parking is posisble on the street in front of the house - reservation is required.
In case of earlier arrival , you can leave your luggage , pick up the keys ,have drink in near by caffe or go for a swim, and return later to check in.
About this location
The Dalmatia region
As one of UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Dubrovnik owes its special charm to the historic monuments which testify to its rich history. The works of the artists, writers and scientists of Dubrovnik have been woven into the texture of the city, whose tourist reputation and attractiveness are based on its culture.
Numerous highly valuable churches and other sacral objects, the city walls, fortresses and museums of Dubrovnik enchant every visitor to this ancient city. Among many cultural events including exhibitions, concerts and plays, particularly prominent is the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, with its musical and theatrical performances taking place in numerous open-air venues.
The bluest point one can spot on the Earth from outer space is the Adriatic,...
he incomparably unpolluted and clear sea that washes the shore and islands of the Dubrovnik area.
Heterogeneousness and diversity are the main features of the beaches in Dubrovnik and its surroundings, so that every visitor can find the one that suits him best… shallow sandy and pebble beaches for families with children, romantic and sheltered coves, fashionable beaches with the most up-to-date facilities, night parties and sports programmes and quiet little bays and rocks for lovers of diving.
According to the opinion pool on http://www.trivago.co.uk, Dubrovnik was included in the top five most beautiful Mediterranean beaches, among the 50 most popular European beaches competing.
With the exception of several sandy beaches, the beaches in the Dubrovnik area are either pebbly or rocky. The most popular sandy beach in the vicinity of Dubrovnik is the Šunj beach on the Island of Lopud. The Dubrovnik ACI Marina and many hotel beaches in Dubrovnik are marked with the Blue Flag, the most valuable ecological sign of unpolluted sea and beach, and of well-equipped and maintained beaches and marinas. A naturist beach is situated on the Isle of Lokrum, also called the island of love, which has many sheltered coves and places for lovers. The Copacabana beach is equipped with an elevator for disabled persons providing easy access to the sea.
The Banje, Uvala Lapad and Copacabana beaches offer numerous entertaining and sports programmes throughout the day and until the late night hours.
One can reach our beaches by boat, car or on foot. This is where you can rest, relax, run away from the stresses of every-day life, enjoy the crystal clear sea and listen to the song of cicadas in the crowns of pine-trees. However, the moment you reach some of the hidden little beaches, it becomes your exclusive place of oblivion.
Swimming in the clear and warm sea will surely relax and refresh you. For those who wish more, the beaches of Dubrovnik offer additional options. Rent a pedallo or scooter and visit picturesque coves in the vicinity of the beach, take a banana boat ride, water-ski and windsurf.
If you have a spirit of adventure, take a kayak at Pile at the foot of Fort Lovrjenac. Row to the Island of Lokrum and Bete Cave and admire the view of the stone walls on your way back. You can explore the Dubrovnik sea bed, enjoy the silence and mystery of the depths and visit protected submarine archaeological sites within the special programmes offered by the diving and water sports centres located at some of the Dubrovnik beaches.
To tennis fans Lapad offers tennis courts at Babin Kuk, the Bay of Lapad and Gospino Polje, from where you can take a walk to the nearby Gorica Svetoga Vlaha hill with the little Church of St Blaise. Every year, at the closing of St Blaise Festival the church is visited by a procession of people carrying banners. From the hill you can enjoy magnificent views over the City and open sea.
Climb the Dubrovnik walls. This amazing 2-kilometre long walk offers a memorable view over the city and open sea.
The Lapad promenades by the sea are waiting for you, even in the mild Dubrovnik winter. It is a real pleasure to walk from the Bay of Lapad, head to the Neptune Hotel with a superb view of the rocks and lighthouse, proceed through Babin Kuk to Copacabana Beach and further along the seashore to the Orsan Sailing Club, where you can refresh yourselves with a fruit juice or cup of coffee.
To those in good shape we recommend climbing Mount Sr?, which offers a breathtaking view over the entire city, surrounding area, open sea and islands. Do not miss a visit to the museum at Fort Imperial - the symbol of the city defence during the Croatian War of Independence. To true adventure lovers we recommend a tour of the beautiful Konavle countryside in small ATV vehicles, for which one does not need driving experience. This is where you can try your skill at recreational horseback riding and explore the Konavle area in a different way - taking the 11-kilometre long blue route through olive-groves, woods and along the steep Konavle coast from where you can admire the spectacular view. If you become hungry after all this, do not miss savouring local smoked ham, cheese and wine. Intoxicated with beauty, your body and soul rejuvenated, you will come back to the pleasant atmosphere of your hotel and a relaxing bath at your wellness centre.
Visit the southernmost part of the Croatian coast, the Prevlaka Park. Croatias biggest free climbing centre, the park also offers paintball, biking, adventure-walks and a tour of the labyrinth of tunnels that was once constructed for military purposes. Among other numerous programmes designed to make your active holiday in Dubrovnik unforgettable are big game fishing, fishing by day and night in Cavtat, sailing on rented sailboats, the salt harvest at the Ston Salt Works, a jeep safari in Konavle and bicycle ride through the unique national park on the Island of Mljet.
Swimming in the crystal clear sea, a cocktail in a romantic place under the starry sky, sunrise…
Dubrovnik in summer offers street performances, Hamlet at Fort Lovrjenac and virtuoso concerts at the Rectors Palace Atrium. In summer Dubrovnik you will meet many famous people and see their luxurious yachts anchored in front of the Old City harbour.
Dubrovnik in summer invites you to enjoy sitting on the steps of St Blaise's Church and by the Orlando Column, to wash your face at the fountain, or, like many other visitors, try and take off your shirt while standing on one foot on the Franciscan Church gargoyle.
Listen to the street entertainers and the song of Dalmatian vocal groups under the vaults, and experience the fervent cheering at the Old City harbour during the water polo matches between the Dubrovnik beach teams which take place within the attractive amateur water polo league unique in the world, nicknamed «the wild league».
The Dubrovnik Green Men on the bell-tower Maro and Baro struck the hours and shortly afterwards repeat the striking, reminding you that, in the early summer morning, Stradun will glitter freshly washed from night adventures.
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