The closest camping site to Dubrovnik Old Town offers the best of both worlds. Peace and quiet of small fishing village Zaton camping site surrounded by pine trees and gardens by the sea, and closeness to the greatest historical and cultural attraction in the Adriatic Sea – Dubrovnik.
Explore Dubrovnik and surroundings by bike, kayak, stand-up paddleboard, or enjoy an adventurous day trip in our speedboat around spectacular Elaphiti Islands.
Set on the Adriatic seashore, Dubrovnik provides tourists the opportunity to admire Byzantine towers, glistening marinas of the historical port and the remaining fortified city walls that still guard the city’s marble streets. Day trips will whisk sightseers on a whirlwind tour of the stoned island cluster, with barbecue nibbles and seafood delights.
Take a trip to Dubrovnik Old Port and experience the life of medieval sailors in the port surrounded by city walls. Ramblers may stroll the full circuit of the City Walls boasting ornate gates and watchful towers that have seen centuries of Croatian history. Travellers may take a glimpse of the vessels at the marina, where a selection of restaurants allures with fresh squid, mussels, and colourful seafood risottos. Dining options are enriched by traditional bars where guests may have a taste of the excellent local wine. Royal relics and Renaissance art may be discovered at The Rector’s Palace, while Orlando’s column and the Clock Tower compete for skyline dominance in Luza Square.