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Poluganje 33, Cavtat, 20210, Croatia | Hotel
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This hotel, located on Poluganje 33, Cavtat, is near The Old Town and Cavtat cemetery.
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Travel Blogs from Cavtat

Dubrovnik to Trogir

A travel blog entry by bubbles9 on Jun 05, 2014

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... is our new way of life! We picked a dirt road with a restaurant by the sea n it was beautiful. Mala Luka, "Little Port". Great meal & wine. Beautiful little beach. Enjoyed our meal n the restaurant and started out again to Trogir. Finally arrived in Trogir, pretty exhausted. As pre-arranged, we called our host when we crossed the bridge into the island walled city. He met us n helped us to take our bags to the hotel n then ...

Quick little hello

A travel blog entry by joce.whitehead on Aug 19, 2013

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... beach ;) and the evening drinking wine with my seafood risotto, just to finish with a visit to an Irish pub with live music and some new friends I still wish that I could be spending my special day with all of you! Hope everyone is doing great! Lots of love ...


A travel blog entry by sasmartin on Jul 31, 2013

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... an early night but somehow Sheree and I thought heading back for a few more sneaky cocktails would be an even better idea. It wasn't!

Our second day in Dubrovnik had one third of us feeling fine and ready to face the day while the other two thirds struggled through the morning. The best thing for us was to walk to the "beach" for a swim. Unfortunately, we wanted to go to the quieter beach which was a good half hour walk in the heat. When we got there, there ...

Croatia: A land of surprising natural beauty

A travel blog entry by jennyandbrian on Jun 04, 2013

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Still enduring ordinary weather, but we have been pleasantly surprised with Croatia: the landscapes, the people, the roads and the cuisine have all been fabulous. You can still see remnants of the war with bullet holes in buildings despite that nearly two decades have passed since Croatia won it's independence.

The Plitvice Lakes were breath-taking and beyond our wildest expectations. The trip to Croatia would be worth it just to visit this one ...

A jewel along the Adriatic- Dubrovnik!

A travel blog entry by travelbuffpuff on May 31, 2013

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... the Old city itself. It was so quaint with tiny streets and alleyways lined with shops, bars, cafes and restaurants. All of the serious damage from the Serbian-Croatian War had been completely repaired and it seemed as if nothing bad could ever have occured there. We know it did and we remember the news but seeing the videos at the Museum on top of Mount Srd really awakened us to the reality of what this town had endured. We did ...

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