The best day trips from Dubrovnik


The best day trips from Dubrovnik

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If you are going to be staying in Dubrovnik you may be interested to know that there are a number of wonderful day trips that you could consider outside of the city. Here are some amazing experiences that you might want to try during your exploration outside the city:

Travel to Montenegro: Montenegro is an excellent place to visit for a day with a number of medieval towns including Perast and Kotor. In just 2H you can be in Kotor which makes it a perfect day trip for those who wish to explore Montenegro while in Dubrovnik.

The Peljesac Peninsula: this Peninsula represents the second largest Peninsula area throughout Croatia. It's known for its beautiful fishing villages, unique medieval history and for having some of the freshest seafood in all of Croatia. The area is famous for its wines and also on the way you will see a small town called Ston which is famous for salt production, the biggest wall in Europe and also oyster production.

Mljet national park: This is easily the greenest part of Croatia and one of the newest national parks. As a protected area since the year 1960 the island is an amazing place to enjoy diving, swimming and  cycling adventures throughout its many trails.

Korcula Island: This is a historical town that has some of the best beaches in nature in Croatia. Korcula island is reachable by catamaran from Dubrovnik and the town of Korcula is said to be the place where Marco Polo was born. With a number of small hidden bays and wonderful seaside towns, you can truly relax here.

Mostar: Located in Bosnia and Herzegovina you can see a UNESCO world heritage site in Mostar. This 15th century town presents an entirely new Turkish style architecture for the area. You can explore a number of cobblestone streets, markets, mosques and try out traditional Bosnian food on this unique day trip.

Medjugorje: In 1981, in a small village called Medjugorje, in Bosnia-Herzegovina,  the Blessed Virgin Mary has been appearing and giving messages to the world.Since the apparitions began in 1981, over 40 million people of all faiths, from all over the world, have visited Medjugorje and have left spiritually strengthened and renewed. Countless unbelievers and physically or mentally afflicted, have been converted and healed

Consider any one of these amazing day trips away from Dubrovnik to expand your vacation.