Dubrovnik is town in South Croatia and a port on the coast of the Adriatic Sea. 

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The Pelješac peninsula is halfway between two Adriatic pearls, Split and Dubrovnik. The second-largest peninsula in Dalmatia enjoys a splendid Mediterranean climate, which has made it the ideal site for vineyards and wine making. Pelješac is famous also for its salt pans, which many depended on for centuries, including Dubrovnik and its celebrated Republic. The ancient defensive rampart completes a trilogy of Pelješac symbols. The natives like to call their peninsula 'true nature.'


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Island Lopud

Island Lopud is located West from Dubrovnik and it is most beautiful part of Elaphite Islands.

With more than 2584 sunshine hours per year, Lopud is an island of true Adriatic summer feel. It is full of Mediterranean and subtropical vegetation with citrus gardens and amazing cypress and pine parks.

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The Krk Island is the northernmost island in the Mediterranean, located in the Kvarner Bay.

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The Bay of Kotor is a spacious and branched bay on the southern part of the eastern Adriatic coast, in the state of Montenegro along the border of Croatia and Bosnia and Herzegovina.

Since 1997, the Bay of Kotor has been officially included in the Association of the 28 most beautiful bays in the world.

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