Dubrovnik is a city of remarkable beauty, situated on the south of Croatian coast. It is 1 h and 45 minutes drive from the Campsite Luka. It lies on the southern edge of the slope in the foothills of Srđ. Due to its beauty and rich tourist offer, inscribed on the UNESCO World Heritage site, is one of the most attractive destinations in the Mediterranean, but also in the world! During your visit to Dubrovnik, you can see many monuments, stroll through the main street Stradun, to see the narrow streets, squares, castles, libraries, the oldest pharmacy in the south of Europe .. Prince's Palace contains over 15 000 exhibits on the cultural department. Maritime Museum at Fort St. John also has many exhibits related to the history of Dubrovnik. Dubrovnik has city walls and fortresses. The main wall is 1940 meters long, 5 m wide and 25 m high. The city was defended by two forts that were independent of the city and called Revelin and Lovrijenac. Forts are 45 meters high. Their construction began 1050 year. Dubrovnik today is a marvel of medieval architecture, and with good reason has been designated as one of the most beautiful stone-built towns in the world.
35 min drive from Campsite Luka to Orebic, and than just a short boat ride of 10 min. brings you to island steeped in history , an island with a walled city, the city of Korcula. These jewel of Croatian coastline will leave you breathless with its natural beauty and historical roots. Experience the narrow streets, beautiful churches and magnificent palaces in one of the best preserved medieval towns in the Mediterranean. Famous explorer Marco Polo was born there and you can visit his born house. Every summer the traditional knight dance "Moreska" is held on the island of Korcula in memory of the Turkish attacks. The game involves two groups of knights in stylized costumes fighting for the young female slave called "bula" In that battle good triumphs.
Ston known gastronomic center in Croatia is 45 minutes drive from the Campsite Luka. It is known for the oysters that grow in Ston Bay, where the clean sea water mixes with freshwater from the river Neretva. Historic town of Ston is known for the longest city walls in Europe, 5.5 km long, and one of the oldest salt works in Europe that still works and produces salt.
Mljet is an island of unreal beauty, interweaving reality and numerous stories and legends. Mljet is the biggest island of Dubrovnik archipelago, 37 km long and 3 km wide. One hour away by boat from Pelješac. It is the most beautiful and greenest island in the Adriatic. It is known for its Large and a Small Lake in a national park, the Benedictine monastery from the 12th century, Ulysses and Penelope, white sea bear, honey, goat cheese, lobster, wine.
Without doubt one of the most well known destinations, especially in the religious world. Pilgrims come from all over the world to find spiritual peace of mind. This small town is located in the mountains, between Mostar and Croatia. Before 1981. Međugorje, although beautiful, was just a small mountain village, that was until a group of children reported seeing visions of the Virgin Mary on a nearby hillside. Since that day the village has grown to a town and receives thousands of visitors every year.