There is a reason Dubrovnik is called the "Pearl of the Adriatic". It is one of Croatia's most beautiful and amazing cities with a long and rich history.
The Dubrovnik region (South Dalmatia) - It consists of Dubrovnik and its surrounding (south to Montenegro and north to Pelješac), Pelješac penninsula, Korčula island, Lastovo island, Mljet island and the Elafiti archipelago, which lies closer to Dubrovnik and encompasses Jakljan, Šipan, Lopud, Koločep, Daksa, Sveti Andrija and Lokrum. All of these islands are a challenge for every yachtsman.
The most important spot in this region is definitely Dubrovnik, the town under the protection of UNESCO. Dubrovnik is the most attractive destination on the whole Adriatic coast and the meeting place for the world elite. Dubrovnik, the center of the Southern Dalmatia and its most famous representative, is also the star on the front pages of many prestigious world magazines, as well as being at the very top of the scale of the most beautiful cities of the world.
The majority of attractive locations in the Dubrovnik and Neretva County can be visited by sea. Nautical tourism is therefore a significantly developed branch of tourism in this region. A highly indented coast with numerous islands and islets allows for safe sailing and peaceful time at sea, even when the weather conditions are not quite ideal.
ACI marina Dubrovnik is situated only 6 km from the old city Dubrovnik in southern Croatia on the Adriatic Sea in the Mediterranean. There are regular ferry lines to Bari, Ancona and Pescara in Italy. The airport in Dubrovnik has worldwide international flights. Bus lines lead to all major European cities. The marina is connected with the port of Gruž and the old city also by bus lines. Marina is open all year round. ACI marina Dubrovnik has been awarded the “European Blue Flag”.
Dubrovnik Airport - also referred to as Čilipi Airport is the international airport of Dubrovnik, Croatia. The airport is located approximately 15.5 km (9.5 mi) from Dubrovnik city centre, near Čilipi. It was the third busiest airport in Croatia in 2014 in terms of passenger throughput and has the country`s longest runway.
Sailing Routes from Dubrovnik