We would like to swap one of our five four stars apartments in Dubrovnik in a new spatious building located in a peaceful area within 10 minutes walking distance to the Old Town of Dubrovnik.
You can come anytime from the beginning of October until mid of April as during the summer months we rent the apartments (you can also contact us concerning that).
Each apartment has a large terrace with a magnificent view to the medieval Old Town, open sea and mysterious Lokrum Island.
Each apartment has its parking space.
Apartments A, B, C occupy the whole floor, while apartments E and D are on the top floor of a neigbouring building.
Apartment's building is surrounded with garden of Mediterranean sub-tropic vegetation and located right above Hotel Argentina and Villa Sheherezade.
"Those who seek paradise on Earth should come to Dubrovnik and see Dubrovnik."
– George Bernard Shaw, Nobel Prize winning writer and playwright
Looking out over Dubrovnik's Old Town, the traveler sees a charming jumble of red-tiled roofs and stunning towers rimmed by two kilometers of thick white walls. The walls have been necessary-though the city of Dubrovnik began in the 7th century as a major cultural and commercial influence, countless enemies have attacked Dubrovnik for its white flag bearing its simple ideal: Libertas (Liberty). For centuries, Dubrovnik's city and republic fought and thrived despite opposition. Because of Dubrovnik's significant contribution to world history, it became a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1979.
Even since then, Dubrovnik's legacy was severely threatened when more than two thousand shells hit the city in the 1990's Yugoslav war. Mortar marks can still be seen today, walking through the city. Despite the scars of war, Dubrovnik's architecture reflects its rich history of varied influences-Greek, Portuguese, Italian, Spanish, German, and Slavic.
Formed of a coastline jagged with dark rocks and dotted with sand and pebble beaches, the area around Dubrovnik makes a memorable place for a dip in the green Adriatic Sea. On a rough day, waves crash along the walls of Dubrovnik's Old Town, but on a calm day, the shimmering Adriatic beckons travelers out into its natural beauty.
Venture out on a day cruise boat for a trip around the nearby islands, or swim out from one of the local beaches. Dine or walk along the shore for an unforgettable sight of the sun setting above the rough-hewn islands and sleepless lighthouses.