B&Bs and Guesthouses in Croatia

December 23, 2009 at 11:13 am Leave a comment

Despite a surge in popularity over recent years and an influx of tourists from all over the world, Croatia has managed to retain its timeless charm. It is a country of bustling fishing villages, pine-fringed beaches, ancient Roman ruins and sparkling seas, while the main cities offer a buzzing nightlife and a thriving cultural scene. The weather in Croatia is primarily Mediterranean, meaning it enjoys hot summers and mild winters. Join us as we journey north from Dubrovnik and introduce you to some of the best B&Bs and private accommodation in Croatia.

Dubrovnik

Book B&Bs in DubrovnikA popular stopover on Mediterranean cruises is the city of Dubrovnik. Extending out into the Adriatic Sea, the ancient city walls enclose a history which dates back to the eighth century. An earthquake in 1667 destroyed much of the architecture of Dubrovnik Old Town but a few Renaissance gems can still be seen amid the maze of traditional red clay roofs.

Dubrovnik is Croatia’s cultural hub. The city boasts several beaches and an array of pristine islands which are being quickly snapped up by the rich and famous.

If you’re looking for Dubrovnik accommodation, have a look at Villa Flora, a charming guesthouse boasting a range of cosy en-suite guestrooms, each equipped with satellite TV and air conditioning. The room on the top floor has a private balcony which looks out over Dubrovnik Old Town’s tangle of streets and alleyways.

If you want to escape the hustle and bustle of the city centre, try the Lapad Peninsula, home to Dubrovnik’s beaches, including the famous Copacabana beach. Located close by in a quiet residential area is Guesthouse Mary. The comfortable rooms are spotless and the friendly owners will do whatever they can to make you feel at home.

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Travel to/from Dubrovnik

By car:
Split: 4hrs 20mins/265kms
Zagreb: 7hrs 30mins/635kms
Plitvice Lakes: 6hrs 30mins/480kms
Zadar: 5hrs 20mins/385kms
Trogir: 4hrs 30mins/290kms

By ferry:
Korcula: 3hrs 15mins

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