Located on a section of the coast that is renowned for its beauty, Lozica is just 2 kilometers away from the middle of Dubrovnik. For this reason, a number of aristocrats from Dubrovnik have constructed Renaissance palaces and summer homes in Lozica. Visitors to this village can be accommodated in modern private homes along the coast.
There are rocky beaches with cemented swimming areas that are ideal for individuals searching for tranquil holiday spots. If you are in search of cultural events, entertainment or just somewhere to unwind, you can definitely be found in Dubrovnik. Below are some things to do in Lozica Croatia and around Dubrovnik:
Located on the northern side of the Lapad peninsula, this beach is situated below the Babin Kuk touristic settlement close to the old town of Dubrovnik. This pebble beach has cemented levels and the shallow sea is appropriate for small children and weak swimmers. Copacabana provides a splendid view of the Elafiti Islands, the island Daksa and the unique semi-suspended bridge.
If you are in search of adventure, Copacabana provides a variety of activities such as volleyball, kayaking, tubing, paragliding, aquagan and water skiing. You have the option of renting parasols, sun beds and various sporting equipment at the beach. Additionally, individuals with physical disabilities will find the beach easily accessible.
There are two cafés on the beach that transform into nightclubs in the evenings to attract the younger generations.
Located on a rocky open section of the coastline close to Dubrovnik, Danče Beach is among the oldest and most popular beaches in Dubrovnik. The beach is clean, deep and a bit colder sea than other destinations; therefore, it is not recommended for individuals who are not strong swimmers or children.
The monastery and church of St. Mary are above the beach and you should not be surprised to see nuns waving at the passing ships; this is a tradition of Dubrovnik.
The former training ground for the “Jug” water polo club that was the European and Croatian champion more than 20 times, this beach is called the cradle of world water polo and Dubrovnik. No sports activity is offered by the beach but you can bring along your own sporting equipment.
Located beneath Hotel President in a region called Babin Kuk, the beach provides a stunning view of the open sea, the small island of Daksu and the Elafiti islands. It has pebbles and sand with levels of cement to accommodate a variety of visitors.
You can find your ideal spot, rent a parasol and a sun bed and unwind with a spectacular view of the Elafiti islands. There is a nearby café that provides refreshments like ice cream and drinks. Additionally, the beach has showers, a changing area and an a la carte restaurant. It has been awarded a blue flag to symbolize the quality of its service and clean coast and sea.
Neptun Beach Dubrovnik
This beach is located underneath the Hotel Neptun Beach on the cape of Lapad peninsula close to Babin Kuk. The beach has been awarded a blue flag which indicates that it is clean and provides quality service.
The beach provides one of the most beautiful views of the Elafiti Islands, open sea and the Lapad Bay. Natural shading is not a feature of this beach; however, you can rent parasols and sun beds to enjoy the sunshine safely.
Neptun Beach has boulders and a number of cemented levels. If you would like to refresh yourself during your hot beach day, this can be done in the restaurants and cafés of Hotel Neptun. You could also partake in some of the Dubrovnik specialties. The beach is open to the public, even though is a part of the hotel.
Adventure Sailing Dubrovnik
Starting and ending in Dubrovnik, this 5-day holiday is not only an adventure package or sailing trip. It is designed for individuals who enjoy being outdoors and active in nature. It is also ideal for those who appreciate art and history and admire local tradition and ancient architecture. Daily activities on this excursion are quite short and they are not too challenging. Dubrovnik, Mljet island National Park and the Elafiti shorelines all have rich histories. Additionally, there are plenty of natural varieties like caves, cliffs, rocks, coves, pine forests and beaches to discover. They will be explored on foot, while kayaking, sailing on a yacht, swimming, snorkeling and sea cycling or biking.
Sipan, Kolocep and Lopud are a part of the Elafiti Islands archipelago, which are among the most beautiful green islands in Croatia. They are covered by forests and have a number of sandy beaches and sunshine. In addition, they are free of traffic and can be accessed in less than an hour when sailing from Dubrovnik. On occasions, the kayaks or yachts are escorted by friendly tuna or dolphins that are frequently spotted in the area. The clear, blue sea is also quite warm and welcoming.
Discovering the Splendor of Dubrovnik
After we pick you up at a pre-arranged place or at your hotel, our journey to Dubrovnik begins. During a four-hour trip to Dubrovnik, you can enjoy a beautiful panoramic view of the Dalmatian islands and the Neretva estuary. En route to Dubrovnik a short break will be taken in a small town in Bosnia and Herzegovina called Neum.
You will have four hours after arriving in Dubrovnik to explore all the history and beauty of this enchanted Old Town. You will be given a map of the city and a leaflet and you will be introduced by the driver to the parts of the city that you must visit.
The exploration of the most prominent medieval town in Croatia starts at the elegant entrance of Pile, which is located on top of Stradun, the main promenade of the Old Town. You will get to explore places like the Franciscan Monastery, the Cathedral, the Sponza Palace … the beauty you want to explore is totally up to you.