Croatia Hotel

Hotel Croatia is the last word in luxurious accommodation and picturesque locations, as it is set on two private beaches, offers guests access to four restaurants, and even has multiple pools to contend with. That’s all before you get to the spa and piano bar. As you’d expect, the rooms here are beautiful, with high-end finishes and spacious proportions – but with so many amenities to enjoy, you’re unlikely to spend a lot of time there. With the centre of Cavtat a short walk away, Hotel Croatia adds a convenient location to its huge list of selling points.

Overview of Cavtat

The fantastic nature of holidays to Croatia used to be a well-kept secret, but the word is officially out that this keeper of many UNESCO World Heritage sites deserves a place on holidaymakers’ bucket lists. Found in the Dalmatian region, down on the south coast of Croatia, Cavtat is a gorgeous destination that thrives on luxury, with visitors spoilt for choice on an array of elegant hotels, shops, restaurants and striking beaches. Backed by steep hillsides covered in luscious greenery, and with olive groves lining the waterfront, Cavtat is as beautiful as it is engaging. And there’s plenty more to see and do as well.

Things to do in Cavtat

The beaches in Cavtat are incredible, thanks to the clear-blue waters that gently lap at the ivory sands. There are also some pebble beaches to enjoy, too. Whatever is your pleasure, make sure you pack in some snorkelling, as visibility in the water is perfect for this activity. If you love lounging in the sun, but also want to see some more of what Cavtat and its surroundings have to offer, hop on a boat tour. With full and half-day options to choose from, you could sail over to the Dalmatian islands, or even Montenegro, a favourite holiday hot-spot with celebrities. There are plenty of historical sights to take in, around Cavtat. Be sure to visit some of the churches, as they all seem to differ in architectural style and give you a great idea of how the town has evolved.


Resort Summary

A sloping hillside adorned with pine forests and olive groves lines the waterfront. It’s beautifully interspersed with luxury mansions, old churches, country paths and narrow, winding streets clad with white, purple and pink blossoms. And you know you’ve picked the right spot when celebs such as Russian tycoon Roman Abramovich and Jon Bon Jovi visit here on their yachting holidays to Croatia.

Along the harbour front sits a fabulous eight-kilometre promenade. Take leisurely walks to discover the many boutiques, where elegant restaurants sit beside casual cafes. Then you can take a break from the searing Mediterranean heat and find a shady spot in one of the cafes.

The light is stunning here, so it’s no surprise Vaho Bukovac loved to paint panoramic scenes of the area. You’ll also find many markets are held here including a popular fruit and vegetable market by the bus station.