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All reviews bars and restaurants nice promenade old town the cave bar minute bus ride babin kuk pebble beach gruz harbour watch the world pile gate stunning views lamai sea headland pedestrianised path rocks
We explored this peninsular whilst staying at Hotel Lapad, and found lots of walks along the shore line and the interior. It was only about 3k from the city walls and was a good place to be based - near the city but away from...More
Went here as part of a boat trip.
The Captain let me steer the boat to the island where his family live before we explored some of the island and had an authentic meal with his family.
Locals make handmade souvenirs for tourists to buy....More
But wouldn’t want to stay there. The walkway restaurant area very touristy and the food nothing much that I could see. We only had a sandwich lunch here but left the first restaurant when we saw the pre bought in white sliced bread. Beach beds...More
Lapad has a pebble beach and varied restaurants and bars. The view of the sunset sat outside the Cave bar is my favourite. Buses regular to go to Dubrovnik. The port is great for trips to the small islands. Great place to stay.
Plenty of bars and restaurants in the Main Street. Really pleasant to walk around the beach area.
Feels really relaxing here but really close to old town with just a 10 minute bus ride. Bus is really cheap so it's a good base to stay
This area is where the ferries and some small cruise ships dock about 10 minutes by bus from the old city walls of Dubrovnik. It is an area of shops and restaurants that are much more affordable then the old city tourist traps.
Although we were staying in Babin Kuk we would walk into lapad most days/nights.This ia a excellent resort for young families or couples both young and old We are grandparents with young grandchildren and would love to come back here with them
Response from watsonsontour | Reviewed this property |
We didn't go to Babin Kuk, unfortunately, as I was told that was more residential. There are dozens of bars and restaurants in Lapad. Some upmarket hotels too.We had one of best meals of our holiday there. A nice beach and... More
We didn't go to Babin Kuk, unfortunately, as I was told that was more residential. There are dozens of bars and restaurants in Lapad. Some upmarket hotels too.We had one of best meals of our holiday there. A nice beach and safe swimming areas in the sea and a children's swimming area. There is also the famous Cave Bar which is part of the More Hotel. Lovely, but drinks a bit more pricey there. There is a nice walk which takes you on a coastal path past the More Hotel.
Response from Colleen B | Reviewed this property |
Water taxis: We used a water taxi from near the ferry port to Lapad which is just across the water. If you want the beach it is then a 15 min walk from where the water taxi drops you off. The cost is 10kn (about a £1.10) ask... More
Water taxis: We used a water taxi from near the ferry port to Lapad which is just across the water. If you want the beach it is then a 15 min walk from where the water taxi drops you off. The cost is 10kn (about a £1.10) ask for a card from the boatman then you can call him for your return, bear in mind that he only works until around 5pm. Your cheapest way to the Old City will be by bus!