South Dalmatia stretches from Baćina Lakes through the Croatian South to Cavtat, Konavle, and Prevlaka. The rugged coast offers several coves with beautiful sandy or pebbly beaches. The area is famous for its vineyards and wineries. The Peljesac Peninsula has a wine route. And the new Kormana Region produces natural wines. Beaches and history lovers will enjoy this region.
Dubrovnik’s popularity increased with the filming of the Game of Thrones movies around the city. Deluxe, luxury, and moderate resorts are available in Dubrovnik. The airport is one of the busiest in Croatia. Ferries provide service to the islands and destinations in the north of the country.
Islands, Cities, and Towns
- Cavtat with two beautiful harbors. The ancient town is very appealing.
- Dubrovnik is the center of activity for the South Dalmatia. Walk the walls of the Old Town. Then enjoy the food, and scenery of the city.
- Elafiti Islands are popular for day-trippers. Tour this archipelago of fourteen islands. Kolocep, Lopud, and Sipan have permanent residents.
- Korcula the green island covered with pine woods. And known as the birthplace of Marco Polo. Korcula's wineries produce the local white and red wines.
- Mljet with its National Park is a must to visit on your Croatia Yacht Charter.
- Peljesac Peninsula the heart of the wine-growing region.
- Lastovo Islands used to be a military base. The island is now a popular anchorage for yachts.
South Dalmatia | Marinas
There are many marinas in South Dalmatia.
- Marina Frapa Dubrovnik,
- Marina Korkyra,
- ACI Marina Dubrovnik,
- Marina Lumbarda.