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The medieval walled city of Dubrovnik lies on Croatia’s Adriatic coast and is a fascinating mix of architectural styles from Renaissance to Gothic and Baroque. It is possible to walk a full circuit of the city along the battlements – a great way to get a sense of the geography of the city, which was originally founded by refugees from Epidavros. Modern Dubrovnik is a vibrant, attractive city with plenty to interest the visitor and somewhere worth spending an extra day or two at the beginning or end of a Dubrovnik yacht charter.

The city is home to a number of museums - one of the most interesting is the quiet cloister of the Dominican Monastery in the Old Town, which houses a small but stunning collection of Renaissance art.  Luza Square in the centre of the medieval town is full of pigeons and the location of a whole rake of pavement cafes. In keeping with its rich cultural heritage, the city hosts a summer festival that runs through July and August and if you are in Dubrovnik during this time you’ll be able to catch some events in a programme that incorporates music, drama, ballet and folklore in various locations around the squares, parks and palaces of the city.

At any time of the year you’ll be able to enjoy Dubrovnik’s many cafes and restaurants and soak up the atmosphere in a city that manages to combine the old with the new and the hip with the traditional so effortlessly.  



  • Sunsail’s base is at the ACI Dubrovnik Marina, just 5 km (3 miles) from the Old Town.

To Do:

  • Explore the walled medieval city
  • Hang out in a café and soak up the atmosphere


  • Fuel
  • Electricity
  • Water
  • Showers and toilets
  • Bars and restaurants
  • Provisions
  • Laundry service
  • Tennis courts
  • Swimming Pool