Top 5 beaches in Dubrovnik
Photo credit: Banje Beach
If you’re staying at Villa Leoni apartments, the most famous Dubrovnik beach called Banje is right below your holiday home!
It is a big pebble beach perfectly located right next to the historical old town. You can enjoy unbelievably beautiful scenery of Lokrum island and Walls of Dubrovnik while swimming in turquoise blue sea.
If you like to party, enjoy cold cocktails on a cosy sun deck under parasol, this is your kind of beach! If you are not in a party mood and don’t like crowded beaches, we suggest taking an early swim before the party people wake up.
Beach Sveti Jakov
Not far from Banje Beach and your Villa Leoni apartment (2,6 kilometers) you’ll find the beach with the best view in town – Sveti Jakov.
It has been chosen by several travel magazines as one of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia. You can refresh in the beach bar and restaurant. Sunbeds and parasols are available for rent. There’s no natural shade.
Mala Buza & Buza Beach
If you’ve just been on a walking tour in Dubrovnik Old Town and can’t wait to jump into the sea and refresh, this is the place for you!
Along the mesmerising Dubrovnik Walls, you’ll find two small rocky beaches with beach bars – Mala Buža & Buža.
Most locals just jump of the rocky, but you’re welcome to use ladders or stone stairs that lead into the sea.
The view from the rocks is stunning and you can enjoy cold drink in one of the beach bars – Buža Bar and Mala Buža Bar.
If you’re traveling with kids, or simply love sandy beaches, then Šunj Beach on Lopud Island is the very best spot for you! Expect fine natural sand that
drops into the sea quite flatly.
The water is warmer than in any bay in Dubrovnik area, and you can rent parasols and sunbeds on the spot. You can have a cool drink and grab a bite in one of the beach bars.
If you prefer natural shade, there’s a lovely hippy restaurant Bindo right above the beach with hammocks underneath trees.
Hidden beaches on Elaphiti islands
When you just want to run away from the crowds and enjoy some swimming and snorkeling, the best thing to do is go on a private Elaphiti islands tour aboard the speedboat.
You get to explore hidden bays, coved and caves, at your own pace. Expect breathtaking scenery and clear blue sea.
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