Popular Accommodations in Cavtat
- Worth seeing old town of Cavtats
- Rector's Palace and City Museum
- Franciscan monastery St. Blasius
- Church of Santa Maria
Most popular in Cavtat
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Vacation rentals in Cavtat
A promising start to your Cavtat holiday is promised by a quiet vacation rental with a magnificent view of the Adriatic Sea. From your family-friendly vacation rental to the beach it is only a few metres. You can also opt for a beautifully furnished holiday apartment near the village centre. The apartment is equipped with many amenities and offers various shopping possibilities in the immediate vicinity.
Holiday in Cavtat
Location and orientation
The Croatian town of Cavtat is located in the south of the Dalmatian region, just 20 km south of Dubrovnik. Historical data, well-preserved monuments and archaeological finds point to the ancient Greek origins of the village. In addition to beautiful buildings, Cavtat also offers lush vegetation and a pleasant climate. Cavtat can be reached via Cilipi Airport in Dubrovnik.
From the end of June to the beginning of September, the "Cavtater Summer" offers a wide range of folklore events, concerts and performances.
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Cavtat offers its visitors a fascinating old town. This extends around the picturesque yacht and boat harbour and impresses with visible remains of old alleys, passages and an old amphitheatre. Because the ancient town is situated on a hill, you can enjoy a magnificent view of the Adriatic Sea. Along the beautiful promenade you will be spoiled with a rich offer of culinary delicacies.2nd Franciscan monastery St. Blasius with church Santa Maria
The Franciscan monastery at the end of the promenade was built together with the church in the 15th century. An informative excursion awaits you in the church with an interesting collection of paintings by the world-famous artist Vlaho Bukovac. There is also a polyptych of the Dubrovnik master Vicko Lovrin and an altarpiece of the Dubrovnik painter Bozidar Vlatkovic.3rd Rector's Palace and City Museum
Another highlight of the city is the Rector's Palace, which today functions as a museum. Here you can see more than 35,000 exhibits from the collection of the once world-famous scientist Baltazar-Bogisic from the 19th and 20th centuries. The exhibition includes valuable historical weapons, graphics, prints, books and coins of the Republic of Dubrovnik. Very worth seeing are the painting "Cavtater Carnival" by Vlaho Bukovac and the Lapidarium with finds from antiquity.