Visiting Dubrovnik and its region, strolling down the old town and enjoying the view of the Adriatic sea from famous city walls is special experience, and Dubrovnik is really a destination you must visit if you are planning on spending your next holiday in Croatia. While many tourists just drop off their cruise ships for a one-day visit, if you wish to truly experience this region and Dubrovnik old town itself, then it is worth considering to book holiday rental accommodation and get to know the region without any pressure and at your own pace.

Finding perfect holiday home may not be an easy task as Dubrovnik offers plenty of holiday rentals to choose from, so you can book regular apartments in the centre of old town or luxury villas with a sea view that are located on a secluded place away from the crowds. Luxury villas are particularly interesting as there are many rentals situated on perfect locations, and they offer everything the guests need and want. These are usually beachfront villas with a private pool, garden and comfortable rooms and well equipped kitchen, with wonderful view of the Adriatic sea and the islands which makes them a perfect holiday home. Deluxe accommodation can be found not just in Dubrovnik, if you like old, stone villas, then perhaps staying on Pelješac peninsula would also be a good decision as there is a rich offer of villas and apartments, and you would still be close enough to Dubrovnik to easily visit it every day while enjoying the privacy and peaceful surroundings. Finding comfortable accommodation means that you will be able to retire to your own place and relax and rest after a day spent on the beach or sightseeing and truly enjoy your holiday in Croatia.

Dubrovnik riviera is full of attractions so you will not be disappointed if you decide to spend your holiday there. The old town of Dubrovnik is famous for its fortification walls, beautiful stone buildings and streets, historical sites and churches, but there are also numerous other towns and villages that are worth visiting with their interesting stories and history. Dalmatia is also known for its beautiful nature and clean sea, with exceptional beaches, from bigger ones to small, secluded ones surrounded by pine trees which can be enjoyed for almost half of a year since Mediterranean climate is mild and swimming in May or October is nothing unusual. Some even claim that is the best time as the air isn't hot anymore, but the Adriatic sea is still warm enough for a pleasant swim. 

Deciding to stay in Dubrovnik or around it for several days or longer will certainly give you the opportunity to discover the beauty and the history of this region as there is really more to it than what can be seen and experienced in one half day visit. And if you find good accommodation in Dubrovnik or its surroundings where you and your family and friends can relax and enjoy themselves, then one fantastic holiday is ahead of you!