Cavtat is situated only 20 km south of Dubrovnik and is an ideal destination for a day trip from Dubrovnik or an alternative place to stay. The pleasant harbourside promenade is lined with palm trees.
Cavtat is located between the magic city of Dubrovnik on one side and beautiful Konavle region on the other. Visitors can enjoy long walks along Cavtat sea-side promenade, spend active holiday or participate in cultural events.
Getting to Cavtat from Dubrovnik is very easy. There is a regular bus service throughout the day as well as numerous tour boats. Alternatively, you can also visit Cavtat on organized tour from Dubrovnik.
If you need to get to Cavtat from Dubrovnik the most convenient way is to take local bus No.10. This bus departs from main bus station in Dubrovnik and runs to Cavtat.
The bus ride takes about 30 minutes. Tickets can be purchased on the bus. The bus station in Cavtat is in the centre of the town. Check the latest bus timetable here.
During the summer season (June, July, August) there is a regular boat service from Old Town harbour to Cavtat run by Sea Line company. Check below sailing timetable for this boat service. One-way ticket costs 60 HRK while return ticket costs 100 HRK. Tickets can be purchased before the trip from the stand in front of the ship in Old Town harbour.
The Croatian coast offers incredible sceneries and traveling by car along it may offer a comfort of stopping wherever and whenever you so please.
Moreover, it's a great way to explore the region beyond Cavtat and Dubrovnik.
Cavtat is a picturesque sea-side town situated some 15 km southern of Dubrovnik. It is the most southern town of Croatia and popular tourist destination. The most practical way to reach the town is by airplane. Dubrovnik airport is just 3 kilometres from Cavtat.