Best beaches in Dubrovnik
Dubrovnik, concerning swimming, strikes the top of the charts as its entire area is traveler directed and without having any industry. The majority of the hotels and resorts in Dubrovnik, have "their personal" beaches, as a matter of fact, those are all public beaches with the exception of a couple of high classification hotels for example Argentina or Excelsior, that do not have public access. Dubrovnik Riviera includes all kinds of beaches, stone, pebbly and sandy, also it presents several sorts of these beaches in numerous varieties. The absence of sand implies the sea off the Croatian shoreline is one of the clearest in the Europe however it could be hard on the feet so think about water shoes if your feet are fragile.
Banje Beach is the public beach nearest to the Old Town. Generally there is some sand but it's on the half run by the Eastwest Beach Club and you'll have to lease a lounger or a sunbed to mingle there.
Accommodation close to the Banje beach
Dance is among the most well-known beaches in Dubrovnik and is really popular with residents. The beaches have a number of big rocks and jetties for sunbathing in addition to a couple of ladders for getting in and out of the water. Because of its vulnerable specific location, facing the open seas, the water temperature level right here is a little bit lower compared to other, secured beaches around Dubrovnik. Nevertheless the sea is cleaner and far more clear with outstanding colors.
Buza Beach is, in my point of view, among the most captivating swimming and sunbathing locations in Dubrovnik. It is quite non-traditional spot, settled right alongside southern part of amazing Town Walls, providing wonderful views over Lokrum Island and Adriatic sea.
Accommodation close to the Buza beach
No, it will not remind you of Rio de Janeiro, however this is a nice and pleasant beach on the Babin Kuk peninsula. It's a fantastic family beach because the sea is pretty shallow and there's a waterpark with slides, jumps and floats. Athletic fans will take pleasure in the waterskiing, windsurfing and other watersports.
St. James beach
One of the most captivating beaches in Dubrovnik, St. James), is located on a secluded place in a high rising bay below the attractive church and monastery of Sv. Jakov (St. James). St. James beach is situated 1500 metres of the Old Town. You can go to the beach either by walking, by car parking it right ahead of the monastery, or taking the # 5 bus and going out on the final stop and afterwards taking a walk another 200 m.
Accommodation close to the St. James beach
Neptun is a beach facing the Hotel Neptun. For visitors who like stony and concrete beaches this is an ideal place. This hotel beach is rather remarkable as you can look for your personal separated place on the beach and feel as if there is no one around for kilometers and nevertheless have the benefit of having the ability to rejuvenate yourselves in an split second as there is a nice restaurant and a cafe on the beach.