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Just 20 kilometres south of Dubrovnik, the resort of Cavtat oozes with traditional Croatian character. Right in the heart of town is the Hotel Cavtat, so close to the sea that one of its ‘pools’ is nothing more than a ladder down into the glass-clear waters of the Adriatic. A recent makeover means the hotel will boast a 4-star rating for the 2024 season, with slick, stylish interiors. The buffet restaurant offers spectacular views through floor-to-ceiling windows, while the highly recommended à la carte eatery is perched on a seafront terrace. A roof terrace features a plunge pool, bar and sun terrace, all with widescreen views across Tiha Bay; new for 2024 will be a waterfront cocktail bar just across the small street in front of the hotel.
Half board: All breakfasts and dinners
International flights. Prices are based on return flights with easyJet from London Gatwick. Supplements may apply from other airports
Return transfers direct to your hotel
Minimum 20kg checked luggage, per person
Cavtat, Dubrovnik Riviera, Croatia
From £799 per person
Including optional travel insurance or a price reduction if not required
Food and drink
Breakfast and lunch are served buffet-style in the main restaurant. Food and drink can also be purchased in the à la carte restaurant the seafront terrace and rooftop pool bar. Enjoy traditional Croatian and international cuisine.
Rooms are modern and bright, and all have a balcony or terrace. You can upgrade for a side-sea view.
- Two restaurants
- Pool bar
- Outdoor pool
Cavtat is big enough to require a day or two to explore, with ancient architecture, an array of churches and circular walking trails leading around a pair of pine-fringed promontories. The bustling fishing port, where the morning’s catch is sold straight from the boat, is perfect for a wander. Finish up with a cappuccino in one of the many cafes, or try out one of the superb restaurants – at Konoba Kolona, the menu regularly includes tuna caught by the owner. Day trip possibilities include fascinating Dubrovnik, easily reachable by water taxi or a 30-minute local bus, and Kotor, set on a dramatic bay in neighbouring Montenegro. Its cobbled streets and Roman fortifications start at sea level and extend high onto the mountainside.
How to book excursions:
You can book online excursions through our call centre on 0808 189 8899 or in resort.
Travel into neighbouring Montenegro to see just some of thecountry's highlights. Feast your eyes on the spectacular fjords before a stop in historic Kotor, one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Adriatic, with its UNESCO-protected old town. Its architecture, including the city walls, is heavily influenced by past Venetian occupiers and its location beneath the Orjen and Lovcen mountains is both picturesque and dramatic. Also visit historic Budva, one of the oldest settlements in the Balkans, where you enjoy an included snack. The Old Town lies on a little island that was linked to the land by a sandbar and in time turned into a peninsula. Ramparts that originate from the 15th century surround it and they include a medieval fortification system with city gates, defence walls and towers. Inside the walls the town is a combination of narrow streets and little squares with historic monuments.