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  • Suitable for 2+2 people
  • 1 double bedroom
  • 1 sofa bed for 2
  • 1 Bathroom
  • Location in city centre

One-bedroom apartment located in the Old town area is a great place for those arriving by plane; wishing to stay close to all important amenities but yet in a quiet neighborhood.

This lovely one-bedroom apartment is situated on the ground floor level of a family-run house. The apartment consists of a double bedroom, a bathroom equipped with bathtub and all in one kitchen/diner and lounge area with pull out sofa bed suitable for 2 children. The kitchen is equipped with 2 electric hobs, kettle and mid size fridge. Further the main room doors leads out onto a covered balcony and terrace area overlooking the Tiha bay and main town entrance. The apartment will provide you an air con unit, sat TV an WiFi Internet. The unit would be great choice for a couple or family with 2 children.

The house is just steps away from stunning Cavtat promenade with all bars, restuaurants and shops. Main bus station is 100m away and all the boats leaving for Dubrovnik and islands are waiting for you at the promenade. Everything is within an walking distance, but if you decide to come by car the owner can arrange you parking ticket at the main parking area for a fee.


For your information, the property consists of 4 different units if you are planing to come as a group.

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  • Air Condition
  • Fridge
  • Heating
  • Kitchenette
  • Oven
  • Private bathroom
  • Sat TV
  • Seating area
  • WiFi




Parking can be arranged for a fee

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Cavtat is a pretty town on the southernmost tip of the Dubrovnik Riviera. It’s on a small peninsula with a Renaissance old town on one side, beaches on the other – and a fragrant cypress forest in between. The old town harbour has a wide tree-lined promenade where cheery bars neighbour refined restaurants. Beyond the forest, small pebbly beaches and rocky coves edge the turquoise waters of the Adriatic.

Sports & nature

Sports & natureThere are many water sports and other activities available on beaches or at diving centers, such as banana tubs, jet-ski, parasailing or water-skiing.

Nightlife info

Nightlife infoDespite of the fact that the number of night clubs and discos in the tiny town is small, fans of night entertainment also won’t be bored. Nightclubs and bars are on the territory of all major hotel complexes.

Culture and history info

1461310913Cosmopolitanism and connectivity of this region with global trends of second half of the 19th and the first half of the 20th century could be felt in the Gallery Bukovac, Mausoleum of family Račić or Collection of Baltazar Bogišić. The birth house of Vlaho Bukovac, one of the most famous Croatian painters. The monumental features of the Bukovac House are not only its architecture, garden space and the location in the very heart of the town, but above all, it is the legacy of the name of the great artist, his artistic heritage and the heritage of his family’s history. The mausoleum of the well-known ship-owners family Racic from Cavtat was built on St. Rock's cemetery. Its construction took place in 1921, on the place of St. Rock's church from 15th century, following the will of the WIL_2912testatrix Marija Raèiæ. It was built from the white stone from Braè in the form of cupola. In the whole building no other material but stone was used, except bronze for the door, bell and angel. The whole mausoleum is full of symbolic representing three basic stages of human fate: birth, life and death.   Baltazar Bogisic Collection was founded in 1909 - 1912, and from 1955 is a part of Croatian Academy of Science and Art.    Baltazar Bogisic (Cavtat 1834 - Rijeka 1908) was a jurist and a scientist of a European fame. Since 1875 he lived in Paris. He  was the full member of Croatian Academy of Science and Art since its foundation in 1867, a member of many other Academies  and Scientific societies, and a holder of several European decorations

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