Luxury Villa Holidays in Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Recognised for its outstanding medieval architecture and fortified old town, it’s no wonder that Dubrovnik is known as one of the most notable tourist destinations in the Mediterranean.

Dubrovnik Region Guide

Steeped in a wealth of history, Dubrovnik is a real treasure of the Mediterranean with the impressive stone wall surrounding the unique Old Town.

Nestled on the Adriatic coast, Dubrovnik in Croatia is a charming Mediterranean destination that beckons travellers from around the world.


Known as the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’, this enchanting city offers a blend of historical wonders, breathtaking natural beauty, and a vibrant cultural scene.

From the vibrant harbour to the myriad of narrow passageways and the multitude of piazzas, Dubrovnik is buzzing with activity. The city is beautiful from every angle and visitors can while away many an hour wandering the streets and soaking up the medieval vibes.

When to Visit Dubrovnik

The peak tourist season, from June to August, offers warm and sunny weather ideal for beachgoers and cultural explorers, but it can get quite crowded.


For a more tranquil experience with pleasant weather, consider visiting during the shoulder seasons, particularly in late spring (May) or early autumn (September and October). During these months, you can enjoy milder temperatures, fewer tourists, and lower prices.


Winter, from November to March, offers a quieter and more authentic local experience, but the weather can be cooler, and some attractions may have limited hours.


What We Love About Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is a captivating holiday destination that seamlessly blends history, natural beauty and a vibrant culture. Whether you’re wandering the ancient streets, relaxing on the pristine beaches, reposing poolside at your luxury villa or savouring the local cuisine, Dubrovnik is sure to leave an indelible mark on your travel memories. So, pack your bags, and immerse yourself in the charm of the “Pearl of the Adriatic” for an unforgettable holiday experience.


Best Places to Eat and Drink in Dubrovnik

Croatian cuisine is a delicious fusion of Mediterranean and Eastern European flavours. In Dubrovnik, you can savour freshly caught seafood, delectable pastas, and local wines. Be sure to try dishes like black risotto, octopus salad, and peka, a traditional slow-cooked meat or seafood dish. The city’s vibrant food scene is sure to tantalise your taste buds.


Getting to Dubrovnik

Getting to Dubrovnik is relatively straightforward, with the city well-connected to the rest of Europe and beyond.


Dubrovnik Airport, located about 20 kilometres from the city centre, serves as the primary gateway for international travellers. It offers regular flights from major European cities. If you prefer a more scenic arrival, consider taking a ferry or boat to Dubrovnik from neighbouring coastal cities like Split.


The city is also accessible by road, with good highway connections for those looking to drive to Dubrovnik.


Things to do in Dubrovnik

Throughout the year, Dubrovnik hosts various festivals and cultural events. The Dubrovnik Summer Festival, held from mid-July to mid-August, features an array of open-air performances, from classical music to theatre and dance. Additionally, there are art galleries, museums, and exhibitions that allow you to delve into the city’s artistic and cultural heritage.


Dubrovnik is also a fantastic gateway to exploring the nearby islands. Take a day trip to Lokrum, a beautiful island just a 15-minute boat ride away or venture further to the Elafiti Islands. Each island offers a unique atmosphere, with lush green landscapes and pristine beaches.

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Villa Palma, Dubrovnik




Villa Palma

LOW SEASON: from €10,500/week
HIGH SEASON: to €16,100/week

  • Al fresco dining areas
  • Kids' rock pool
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Private sea access
  • Villa Beba, Dubrovnik



    SLEEPS: 10

    Villa Beba

    LOW SEASON: from €17,500/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €20,000/week

  • 2 min walk to beach
  • Air-conditioning
  • Heated swimming pool
  • Unobstructed sea views
  • La Villa Dubrovnik, Dubrovnik



    SLEEPS: 12

    La Villa Dubrovnik

    LOW SEASON: from €7,000/week
    HIGH SEASON: to €18,900/week

  • Al fresco dining area
  • Outdoor swimming pool
  • Private gardens
  • Sea views