Guesthouse Karacic Cavtat

Apartment for 5 people or 4 Bed Private Ensuite, fifth person is free of charge. Apartment is new and fully equipped with two air conditions, kitchen, bathroom with tube and bath, long balcony with nice view, each room has TV and SAT-TV. Apartment is large and very comfortable.
It is open all year long and ready to welcome you!

This guesthouse is located in Cavtat. It is some 200m away from the sea and about 5 min walking away from center of the Cavtat so all restaurants, markets, bars and beaches are very near and available in every moment, but we are situated far enough from all city crowds in calm and peaceful surrounding area abundant with greenery and friendly neighbors. Continue reading “Guesthouse Karacic Cavtat” »

Cavtat

The medieval town of Cavtat is located 19 km south of Dubrovnik. Numerous palaces can be seen in the town centre and monuments from the Roman era, such as the remains of the theatre Villa Rustica and the city walls. Cavtat offers accommodation in nine hotels, of which one is a five-star hotel

The medieval town of Cavtat is located 19 km south of Dubrovnik. The Ancient Epidaurum was an important Roman colony, which fell with the arrival of the Slaves and Avars. Its inhabitants fled to the neighbouring Laus Rave Ragusa, today’s Dubrovnik. The proximity of Dubrovnik, the rich historical and cultural heritage and the various tourist offering make Cavtat one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic. Continue reading “Cavtat” »

Konavle

The centre of the municipality Konavle is the medieval town Cavtat, located 19 km south of Dubrovnik. The Ancient Epidaurum was an important Roman colony, which fell with the arrival of the Slaves and Avars. Its inhabitants fled to the neighbouring Laus Rave Ragusa, today’s Dubrovnik. The proximity of Dubrovnik, the rich historical and cultural heritage and the various tourist offering make Cavtat one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic.

Konavle is located at the southern-most tip of Croatia, on the South-eastern part of today’s Dubrovnik Riviera. With the purchase of this area in the 15th century, the Dubrovnik Republic completed its territory. The name Konavle derives from the Latin word “canale”, “canalis”, referring to the water-supply system, which in the Roman era supplied Epidaurus, today’s Cavtat, with water. Continue reading “Konavle” »