What to say more about Dubrovnik? Only that, if you have not, you must visit it...former republic now the town, museum itself, under the protection of UNESCO, inspiration for many artists and a venue favored by members of royal families and the jet setters of the world. But, with sailing from Dubrovnik we get a lot, lot more. Elafiti islands are just at hand. National park of Mljet  island with its lakes is usually two day stop, then perhaps a day in relaxing atmosphere in Nature park Lastovo archipelago, which lies far in the open sea, place where time doesn’t matter. While returning, next is the Oyster capital of Croatia - Ston, and Peljesac red wine peninsula. These are just couple of reasons, why sailing in Dubrovnik area is so desirable.

 
Recommended starting ports/ marinas;
  • Dubrovnik (airport, 20 km), marina Miho Pracat

 

Sailing area;

as we mentioned we well  start with Elafiti islands (Šipan, Lopud and Koločep, excellent anchorages, swimming spots, old villages, palaces and botanical gardens with real Mediterranean climate nourishing luscious vegetation of the islands), then we well take island of Mljet. On the eastern side, sandy bays and forests of unique beauty in the island’s western part- which has been declared a National park (Odyssey s cave, lakes). Nature park of Lastovo archipelago is next (44 islands, wonder beaches, famous chimneys, lobsters, peace). Just jump to visit Korčula and than  Pelješac  peninsula a numerous lagoons with vineyards next to the sea, as well as fortress and oyster capital - Ston.

South Adriatic - Dubrovnik area

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