Dubrovnik is a town on the south of the Croatian seaside. It belongs to Dubrovacko–Neretvanska County, and it is its administrative center. It lies on the southern slopes and in the foot of the hill Srdj. Wider Dubrovnik area covers the narrow coastal belt about 250 km long, from Klek on the west to Sutorina and the cape Prevlaka on the east.
Climate is Mediterranean, with an average annual temperature of 16,4 degrees Celsius. An average temperature of January is 7,9 degrees Celsius, and of August is 24,2 degrees Celsius. It has more than 250 sunny days in a year, and 109 rainy days, but during the summer only 14 rainy days. From stronger winds is well protected by the hill Srdj and islet Lokrum.
Total population of Dubrovnik, according to population census from the year 2001, is 43770 inhabitants.
Dubrovnik is an extra strong tourist destination, not just in Croatia, but in the whole world. As a top tourist destination, it has also top accommodation capacities. There are many luxury hotel resorts in Dubrovnik. Private apartments and beautiful private villas just by the sea are also on the market, so it is easy to rent them. As Dubrovnik has its own airport, and a big port for biggest cruisers, it is very easy to reach it either by air or from the sea. Road connections to Dubrovnik are also good, so it is not a problem to reach it by the vehicle too.
Excursions and tours are organized everyday. Something what you mustn’t miss are tours at the old core of the town, and on city walls. Excursions to the nearby islets are also very interesting; one of them is excursion to the islet Lokrum, which is called islet of love.
Gastronomic offer of Dubrovnik will definitely charm you. Many restaurants are of high class, with incredible offer of all type of meals, and with breathtaking view which is impossible to forget.
Cultural offer in Dubrovnik is incredible. Besides all museums, galleries and sights which could be visited, in Dubrovnik is every summer held Dubrovnik summer games. That is an incredible cultural event, where you can see all leading domestic and foreign artists.
Sacral objects, famous city walls, arboretum Trsteno, Dubrovnik cathedral, fortress of St. Ivan, Rock Minceta, Rock Bokar, fortress Lovrijenac and many other sights must be seen as people from all over the world comes in Dubrovnik to see and feel this beautiful jewel. Those are just some sights of Dubrovnik, as it has it so many that is impossible to count them all. Dubrovnik is under UNESCO protection from the year 1979.