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See + Do Rector's Palace, Dubrovnik

This 15th-century palace (now a museum) was once the governmental seat of the Ragusan Republic, which ruled from the 13th to the early 19th centuries. Its... more

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See + Do Lokrum, Dubrovnik

An island just ten minutes' ferry ride away, Lokrum was declared a nature reserve in 1964. Legend has it that Richard the Lion-Hearted was shipwrecked here... more

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See + Do Franciscan Monastery and Museum, Dubrovnik

Much of this Romanesque/Gothic structure (occupied by monks for more than 600 years) was rebuilt after the ruinous earthquake of 1667, but the 14th-century... more

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See + Do Aquarium and Maritime Museum, Dubrovnik

St. John's Fortress, at the southeast corner of the city walls, has stood guard over Dubrovnik's harbor since the 16th century (though parts of it date back to... more

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Eating Sesame, Dubrovnik

Right by the Hilton near the western entrance to the Old Town, the family-owned Sesame Tovjerna offers classic Dalmatian dishes in a series of picturesque... more

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See + Do Wine Tasting on the Dalmatian Coast, Dalmatian Coast

Nearly every island town has a communal wine press, and a large number of families bottle their own. That's because wine is an integral part of most Dalmatians'... more

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See + Do Windsurfing, Dalmatian Coast

The wind regularly whips along the channel between Brač and Hvar at speeds of up to 30 knots, making the coastal town of Bol (on Brač) a mecca for... more

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See + Do Traditional Boating on the Dalmatian Coast, Dalmatian Coast

Dalmatia's original fishing vessels—30-foot wood boats with two sails and six-inch keels that were ideal for pulling up onto the shore—have... more

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Diocletian's Palace
See + Do Diocletian's Palace, Dalmatian Coast

Since visitors usually make a beeline for the islands, Split is overlooked as a destination. A pity: Croatia's second city is home to this 416,000-square-foot... more

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Blue Cave
See + Do Blue Cave, Dalmatian Coast

Just across the water from Vis, the island of Biševo is famous for its waterlogged rock cavern, locally called the Modra Špilja, that can only be... more

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Beaches of the Dalmatian Coast
See + Do Beaches of the Dalmatian Coast, Dalmatian Coast

There are more beaches on the hundreds of small islands in the area than one could possibly count, many of them appearing and disappearing with the tide on... more

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Restaurant Robinson
Eating Restaurant Robinson, Dalmatian Coast

Situated in an idyllic bay, Robinson is about a 30-minute walk along the beach east of Hvar Town's main harbor (after leaving the sidewalk near Pokonji dol Bay,... more

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Eating Luna, Dalmatian Coast

Italians love Hvar, and they especially love Luna—one of the few places on the island that might be described as glam. Owner Tomislav Rudan understands... more

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Eating Adio Mare, Dalmatian Coast

The oldest family-run restaurant in Korčula is still a place where locals gather at shellacked picnic tables to devour mussels dripping with oil, garlic,... more

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Bars and Clubs of the Dalmatian Coast
Nightlife Bars and Clubs of the Dalmatian Coast, Dalmatian Coast

Hvar Town has become the party capital of the Adriatic. This is due in large part to Carpe Diem Bar and Lounge, a longstanding outdoor-indoor spot (pictured)... more

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Dubrovnik Palace Hotel
Hotel Dubrovnik Palace Hotel, Dubrovnik

With a $50 million renovation and a spring 2004 ceremonial opening by the president, this small village of a hotel (and don't forget the Conference Centre... more


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