Dubrovnik, the ‘jewel of the Adriatic ocean’, is a city that continues to appeal to holidaymakers from far and wide, and it’s become quite a haunt for high-profile celebrities. A place of beautiful scenery, turquoise waters, pine trees to the sea’s edge and fresh, colourful Mediterranean food, there’s a strong Italian influence, which is not surprising as Italy is just across the Adriatic Sea.
The fresh sea air and stunning coastline are perfect for boating, water sports and working on your tan. There are squares, fortresses, palaces, monasteries, churches, synagogues and columns everywhere you turn, so if you like historical architecture then you’ll be in heaven.
Prominently positioned on the cliffs above the Dubrovnik’s prestigious St. Jacob precinct, newly renovated boutique hotel Villa Dubrovnik has magnificent panoramic views of the Old City and Lokrum Island. The Adriatic Sea stretches out beyond the sun-soaked terraces, and a secluded stretch of coastline attainable only to hotel guests. A state-of-the-art Spa takes up the central two floors of the hotel and offers a full range of relaxing treatments.