WHERE TO STAY
For sublime views over the crystalline waters of the Adriatic, go to boutique luxury hotel Villa Dubrovnik. It specialises in Mediterranean fine dining and it has a private beach.
Rooms from £234 at villa-dubrovnik.hr
WHERE TO EAT
Proto dates back to 1886 but it’s a hangout for A-listers like Bono and Richard Gere these days. Situated on a leafy terrace, it specialises in fresh oysters and local seafood.
To book, call +38520323234
WHERE TO DRINK
Buza bar has tables arranged over a series of levels on a cliffside so you can enjoy a drink next to the sparkling sea, and it’s candlelit after dark. Buza is open daily from May to October from 9am to 2am, and on sunny days the rest of the year.
WHAT TO DO
Spare half a day for sea kayaking around the Adriatic coast. The trip takes you to the foot of the Lovnjenac Fortress, around the city’s medieval walls and to the tiny island of Lokrum.
Trips around £25 at adventuredalmatia.com