More road adventures
For all those who love adventure
Due to its location Dubrovnik is the ideal starting point for those who would like to discover its surroundings and the neighbouring countries. Experience the freedom of exploring the entire area on your own and begin your journey within the journey.
- Rent-a- Car category B (Peugeot 208 or similar), pickup at the Dubrovnik Airport at the Hotel More reception (reservation needed)
- Garmin GPS with the latest maps in order to drive safely along the curved roads around the Dubrovnik area
- A short meeting with hotel staff with suggestions on the most interesting routes:
→ Trsteno Arboretum - Arboretum of the Croatian Academy of Sciences and Arts in Trsteno is the only arboretum on the Croatian Adriatic coast, and the oldest Croatian monument of landscape architecture and the oldest arboretum in the world.
→ Ston – a medieval town whose history dates back as far as the fourteenth century, with the longest stone wall in Europe (5.5 km) and traces of ancient cultures all around. Its former reputation as a salt city is confirmed today by evidence of salt pans from the oldest active salt pans in the world; the salt pans remain a valuable tradition and natural method of salt production that has not changed since ancient times.
→ Konavle region & Cavtat - Konavle have been inhabited since the Palaeolithic and Neolithic periods. In the 4th and 5th century BC this area was settled by Illyrian tribes, the Plereians and Ardiaei. In Cavtat there are preserved monuments from the Roman period, among other things, the remains of the theatre, as well as the remains of the city walls, aqueducts, monumental core – nymphea, and larger town villas.
→ Korčula - Korčula enchants with its timeless beauty, with its history embedded in its stones. Korčula boasts of its lifestyle traditions that have been nurtured throughout the centuries.
→ Montenegro, unique in many ways, is situated in the south of the Adriatic. Nowhere else can you find so much natural wealth, beauty, expansive beaches, clear lakes, fast rivers, and gorgeous mountains in such a compact area as in Montenegro.
→ Mostar - Feel the spirit of Mostar and its bridge and take a day trip to this little pearl in the valley of the Neretva River. In Mostar, Western and Oriental architecture seemed to blend, and thus there emerged a unique pseudo style. However, the main symbol of the city is certainly the Old Bridge, a stone masterpiece built back in 1556, after which Mostar was named.
- Special discount of 20% on the package in the period from 1st January to 1st May