Stadt Dubrovnik mit Kaktus im Vordergrund
Stadt Dubrovnik mit Kaktus im Vordergrund


The following places are presented here in more detail: Dubrovnik, Ston, Orebic, Korcula, Ploce, Elaphites.


Other destinations in Croatia

Istria, Kvarner Bay, North Dalmatia, Central Dalmatia

Dubrovnik liegt an der kroatischen KüsteDubrovnik liegt an der kroatischen Küste

South Dalmatia

DUBROVNIK - the "Pearl of the Adriatic"

The drive along the coastal road to Dubrovnik is a highlight in itself. The view of the beautiful bays and romantic places invites you to make short stops again and again.

You reach Dubrovnik via the Franjo Tuđman Bridge. The city is one of the most beautiful on the Mediterranean. The old town in particular, which has been declared a UNESCO World Heritage Site, puts other cities in the shade by far. It is completely enclosed by a city wall that was completed in the 16th century. After paying an entrance fee, you can walk almost the entire length of the almost two-kilometre-long defensive wall. Dubrovnik is truly a fortified city: a total of 5 fortifications and 16 towers are connected by the city wall. Despite all the enthusiasm for the defenses, the city itself should not be neglected. Take a leisurely stroll along Stradun, Dubrovnik's main street, and let yourself be guided past Dubrovnik's most important sights. The street takes you past opulent palaces, a multitude of churches and - of course - culinary highlights.

Afterwards, you can leave the motorcycles parked and take a boat ride from the city harbor directly to the small island of Lokrum in front of Dubrovnik's old town. The island is a nature reserve and also has some sights to offer, such as a Benedictine monastery.

Ston ist ein Ort auf der kroatischen Insel Pelješac.Ston ist ein Ort auf der kroatischen Insel Pelješac.

South Dalmatia

STON - Jewel on the Peljesac peninsula

North of Dubrovnik, you can ride your motorcycle to the Pelješac peninsula. The island produces excellent wine and is known for its breathtaking scenery far away from the hustle and bustle of the tourist crowds. Take your time, enjoy every meter under your wheels, take a deep breath. Pay a visit to the town of Ston. Europe's largest stone wall eats its way through nature like a relentless snake made of stone. After the Great Wall of China, the 5.5 km long stone wall of Ston is actually the second largest in the world! 20 defense towers and all seven bastions of Europe's oldest wall are still well preserved and can be visited on a hike across the stone colossus. Treat yourself to this impressive experience in the middle of the largely untouched nature of Pelješac.

The Veliki Kaštio fortress is located right next door. It confidently joins the list of Ston's stone giants. Not far from the castle are the salt marshes, where the precious commodity has been cultivated for centuries. The Franciscan monastery is also worth a visit.

Another treasure thrives particularly well in and around Ston: oysters. Enjoy fresh seafood, the specialty of the area, in one of the countless restaurants along the bay.

Orebic liegt in KroatienOrebic liegt in Kroatien

South Dalmatia

OREBIC - Seafaring town at the foot of Sveti Ilija

From Pelješac, the road continues relaxed to Orebić. The idyllic small town lies at the foot of the 961-metre-high Sveti Ilija mountain. A trip to the Franciscan monastery above Orebić is worth it for the magnificent view alone. If the weather is fine, a trip to the sandy beach in the south of the city - which is rather unusual for Croatia - is just the thing. And afterwards, you can treat yourself to typical local specialties in the cosy restaurants. Refreshed, head to the ferry port in the south of the town.

Korčula liegt an der süddalmatischen KüsteKorčula liegt an der süddalmatischen Küste

South Dalmatia


The island of Korčula is also known as "The Green Island" and lives up to its name. Between the winding Mediterranean towns and villages, nature shows its most beautiful side in the form of green hills, lush pine forests, romantic dream beaches and extensive vineyards.

Hop on your motorcycle for a varied tour and visit the island towns along the picturesque coast. There are numerous exciting water sports on offer all over Korčula, including diving, sailing and windsurfing. Almost a must on Korčula is the fine sandy beach in the seaside resort of Lumbarda, which is atypical for Croatia and therefore so popular.

Just a few kilometers away is the town of Korčula with its fascinating old town. Once you arrive, you will be completely captivated by this town. The light-colored stone houses nestle together in Mediterranean style along beautiful cobbled alleys, walls of gigantic proportions surround the picturesque old town and only open their lines to make way for the four powerful towers. It is not for nothing that Korčula is referred to by many as "Little Dubrovnik". The former Marco Polo is also said to have been born within its walls. You can visit the family home, and the tower there also offers a wonderful view of the city.

In Vela Luka, a nice stopover on your journey, you will find the Vela Spila cave. It bears witness to the fact that people appreciated the fertility and pleasant climate of this region and settled here 20,000 years ago. In front of the cave entrance, you can enjoy the wonderful view of the sea with its numerous islets.

Brna Bay, with its many hidden and varied stretches of beach, is ideal for a short (or longer) swim. Right next door you will find a beach with healing mud in the bay of Istruga.

After a few kilometers you and your bike will reach the next village: Blato. The large, award-winning town park in the center of the town is particularly eye-catching. The Svih Svetih church is characterized by numerous architectural styles that have been added to the sacred building over the centuries. In front of it is the beautiful main square Pijaca, which you should definitely visit before you leave. In Blato, you will find the typical stone houses of the region in various places.

You can reach the island of Korčula in different ways. Option 1: Take the ferry directly from Split to Vela Luka. Option 2: You can also take the ferry from Ploce to Peljesac, continue by motorcycle to Orebic and from there take the ferry again to Domince on Korčula.

Die Umgebung um Ploce ist eine Naturlandschaft in KroatienDie Umgebung um Ploce ist eine Naturlandschaft in Kroatien

South Dalmatia

PLOCE and surroundings - pure nature

Ploce is a harbor town in the middle of an expansive natural landscape that is also easily accessible by ferry. The River Neretva flows from Bosnia and Herzegovina into the sea near Ploce. The Neretva Valley has formed here, which is a nature reserve. You will find pure relaxation and nature around the Baćina Lakes north of Ploce. The seven lakes and the surrounding forests invite you to go hiking or boating far away from mass tourism. The nearby Stasevica Valley between the picturesque mountains is in no way inferior to the Neretva Valley with its magnificent natural landscape.

Lopud ist eine Insel der Elaphiten in KroatienLopud ist eine Insel der Elaphiten in Kroatien

South Dalmatia

ELAPHITEN - paradise on earth

The ferry from Dubrovnik takes you to what is probably the most paradisiacal region in Croatia: the Elaphiti Islands. The archipelago consists of 13 islands, most notably the island of Lopud. There you can unwind on the beautiful sandy beach in Sunj Bay. You'll be enchanted afterwards. Switch off, enjoy life, be free.

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Other destinations in Croatia

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