Villa Pattiera

Trumbicev put 9, Cavtat, 20210, Croatia | 4 star hotel
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This 4 star hotel, located on Trumbicev put 9, Cavtat, is near Island of Lokrum, The Old Town, Lopud Island, and Cavtat cemetery.
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    Travel Blogs from Cavtat

    Pottering, relaxing and soaking up the sun

    A travel blog entry by celia_willis on Aug 27, 2014

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    ... it felt warm with a nice gentle breeze. As we crossed over to the other side of the peninsula our thoughts about swimming here changed quickly. No longer was there a gentle wave softly brushing the rocks, no there were big white waves crashing loudly against the rocks. Instead we sat and watched them crash, also watching two very strong men attack the waves, causing even them a lot of concern.

    Having crossed back to the other side again ...


    A travel blog entry by kimanddarryl on May 24, 2014

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    After an early start to our day and a late finish, we eventually arrived in Dubrovnik. Our accommodation was inside the city walls in the old town. Walking through the city gate at night and following limestone streets to our accommodation, it's fair to say that both Darryl and I were blown away. It was unbelievable! The buildings are beautiful, worn limestone is everywhere, both streets and stairs. No ...

    Will Time Heal All Wounds?

    A travel blog entry by another-sky on Sep 21, 2013

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    Much of the physical war damage in and around the Old City has been repaired - but you can make out where walls have been fixed and there are still shrapnel marks on many buildings. A few places are, even now, twenty two years later, not yet repaired.

    We took a walking tour one evening in the Old City. Our tour guide was a twenty-something Croat ...

    Farewell Puglia , hello Croatia

    A travel blog entry by rr.peregrinates on Aug 29, 2013

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    ... arrange a cabin for the day to store our bags , then go to top deck to say goodbye to Bari.

    it's lunchtime. so we skip the self service and head to the full service restaurant which we have almost to ourselves so a charming waiter is roped into helping us with pronunciation of the list of Croatian words and greetings. The most important one sounds like jiverlee , this ...

    Day 7 Dubrovnik

    A travel blog entry by jeanie.moore.16 on Jul 13, 2013

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    ... Indonesia, South America, Balkin States (I don't think any of the non-officer staff are Italian) and all speak more than one language. Would we do it again - possibly. Though not for the sake of going on a cruise (ie I possibly wouldn't be keen to do the Pacific) but we would for the itinerary eg doing the rest of the Med or around the Red Sea.

    Favourite bits

    Jeanie: Dubrovnik, Santorini, cocktails by the ...