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Dubrovnik – The Pearl of Croatian Tourism as the Best Destination for an Autumn Vacation
The British Guardian has in its online edition recently included Dubrovnik in the top ten destinations for holidays in September, i.e. in the early days of the post-season, and placed it in high, fourth place. In front of it are Sardinia in Italy, Andalucia in Spain and Cyprus and it is followed by the Canary Islands, the Egyptian town Dahab, Kas in Turkey, Saint Tropez, Rodos and Ile de Re in France.

Journalist Nicola Iseard emphasizes that the best time to visit Dubrovnik is in the autumn to avoid summer heat and large crowds which make it difficult to find affordable accommodation. She states that the sea and air temperature is very pleasant in September and that a relaxed atmosphere is felt in the city. She recommends a trip to the nearby island of Lopud without a car and going to local beaches, among which she especially highlights Šunj.

‘Autumn brings out the best in Dubrovnik: prices drop, there are no crowds, and it is still warm enough for swimming’, says the journalist.


The Tourist Board of the Dubrovnik-Neretva County
www.visitdubrovnik.hr

The Tourist Board of Dubrovnik
www.tzdubrovnik.hr

The Guardian
www.guardian.co.uk

 
 

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