Dubrovnik in Dalmatia
Advertisement - The coast in the south of Dalmatia is indisputably one of the most varied coastlines on the Adriatic Sea in Croatia, Various Islands protect the coastal landscape Dubrovnik in front of the open sea. Here are the mountains that rise above the coast, densely overgrown with pine and cedar trees, which provide pleasant shade in the summer heat. They extend almost to the seashore, so that we can also find sheltered shady spots on the beaches where we can spread out our bath mats. But not only bathing vacationers feel comfortable in these regions. It is not for nothing that the historic city of Dubrovnik is nicknamed "Queen of the Adriatic", as it is one of the most historic places on the southern Dalmatian coast. Founded in the 7th century by refugees from the nearby Epidaurus, the place came under the influence of various lords over the centuries: the Venetians ruled here as well as the Croatian-Hungarian and Ottoman occupiers.
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The remarkable city wall still bears witness to the former fortification of the city and is one of the places from which we can enjoy wonderful views of the sea and the sights of the city. Numerous cafes in the Old Town, as well as in Dubrovnik's waterfront, invite you for a relaxing break with a delicious cappuccino overlooking historic buildings or old sailing ships that still connect the offshore islands with the mainland. There is nothing better than to end a busy day at one of the city's sidewalk cafes or restaurants overlooking the sunset over the sea. With the view of the setting sun, we watch the hustle and bustle of the harbor and watch the ships return from their day trips, their passengers imitating us and slowly filling the surrounding cafes and restaurants to match us and enjoy a sundowner.
If you don't want to spend the night in the hustle and bustle of the old town or the immediate vicinity of Dubrovnik, but prefer to enjoy a relaxing and quiet environment, you only need to cross the spectacular bridge that connects the historic city with the places in the north of the city. Only a few kilometers from Dubrovnik is the small town of Orasac, where the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Dubrovnik Sun Gardens hotel promises its guests relaxing relaxation and wellness right by the sea.
On a large area, the hotel facilities extend directly to the pebble beach. Just fifteen kilometers north of Dubrovnik's city center, guests can relax in the lively city life with a swim in one of the three outdoor pools with stunning views of the Mediterranean Sea and offshore islands, or indulge in the spa's award-winning spa. one of the best on the Adriatic.
The intense turquoise of the sea is reflected in the hotel pools as well as in the colors of the interior of the hotel rooms. Bright, turquoise and bright green shades put the guest in a world that is determined by the sea. The perfect place to recover from everyday stress and enjoy life on the Adriatic.
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