Along the Adriatic coast you’ll find remains of palaces, temples and amphitheatres from the Roman Empire as well as forts, fishing villages and fortified towns built during the many centuries of Venetian rule.
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The climate is mostly Mediterranean with warm dry summers, mild winters and an average of 2,600 hours of sunlight a year, making it one of the sunniest coastlines in Europe!
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The historic ambience of Dubrovnik
is a delight to experience. The town comes to life as the sun goes down, particularly during the month-long Summer Festival.
Although medieval Dubrovnik was badly damaged in an earthquake in 1667, much of the original architecture remains, including a pharmacy dating back to 1317, one of the oldest in Europe.
Lord Byron was not overstating the matter when he proclaimed Dubrovnik ‘The pearl of the Adriatic’ since in 1979 the city of Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.
Dubrovnik's not just for longer holidays – it's also an excellent choice for a short break.
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