Visited on a windy day but the view is not that great. Just small boats, and medium boat bobbing in the harbour.
You don't need much time to visit this area unless you want to have lunch or dinner overlooking the water. Although there isn't much to see it is a great area to relax or walk around the promenade to the other side of St. John's Fort. I attempted to have lunch here, but sat at a table waiting for over... More
We had a lovely time in the harbour in Dubrovnik! We loved the relaxing atmosphere (we were there in October so it was end of the season and less busy). The pirate ship tour boat was pretty neat to see pull in to the harbour and we enjoyed our glass boat tour (although you shouldn't expect to be able to... More
City harbor is where many of the boats, both personal and commercial launch from so it is worthwhile viewing. Sit and have a drink while watching the many boats and people come and go. Especially nice to see the farmer's market with fresh vegetables, flowers and fish!
Busy as you first enter but the further you go round the quieter it becomes. The water is so clear and can see the fish swimming around.
After a long day climbing the walls and other sightseeing duties, this is a great place to sit for a while with a cool glass of wine and survey the beauty. Then take a stroll around the wall and look out to the ocean. The water is so clear, surprising considering the traffic on the water. Watch the tiny fishing... More
Dubrovnik was about trade and ship building. This harbour was thus essential to its functioning. This same harbour was the reason for the massive fortifications which guard the city and its port. From here you can take a boat trip from a range on offer or enjoy a bite to eat or a drink. Or you can simply take in... More
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