Cheap Hotels in Cavtat
This cosy apartment complex is ideally located in the picturesque town of Cavtat, just a few minutes' walk from the centre and the beautiful beach. Dubrovnik city is only a 25-minute drive away, while the airport is about 6 km distance. The property offers spacious and comfortable accommodation units, nicely furnished and with all the necessary equipment to enjoy a fully pleasant stay. Facilities include individually controlled air-conditioning, a well-fitted kitchenette, Internet access and some of the rooms have balconies with a wonderful view. The friendly staff of the hotel will be happy to assist guests in all their needs and give advice about city tours and places to visit. Whether travelling for a romantic escape or a relaxing family holiday, the complex is the perfect choice to enjoy a peaceful and private vacation in the beautiful town of Cavtat. Bed linen and towels are provided free of charge.
With a stay at Rooms Cavtat Old Town in Konavle (Cavtat), you'll be minutes from Church of Our Lady of the Snow and Racic Mausoleum With a stay at Rooms Cavtat Old Town in Konavle (Cavtat), you'll be minutes from Church of Our Lady of the Snow and Racic Mausoleum. This guesthouse is within close proximity of Rector's Palace and St. Nicholas Church.Rooms Make yourself at home in one of the 6 guestrooms featuring refrigerators and LCD televisions. Complimentary wireless Internet access keeps you connected, and satellite programming is available for your entertainment. Private bathrooms with showers feature complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include desks, housekeeping is provided daily, and cribs/infant beds (complimentary
An intimate, family run hotel on the Dubrovnik Riviera, the 3-star Hotel Supetar Cavtat puts you in an ideal position to explore the harbour town of Cavtat and the spectacular Adriatic coast. Rooms in the 19th-century building each have an individual sense of charm, although all are decorated in warm colours and come with air conditioning and satellite TV. The area is famous for its seafood, and you can sample the best Croatia has to offer in the hotel restaurant which boasts views of the bay. Tourist tax will be calculated in Croatian kunas according to amounts stated made by decision of Croatian Goverment. City tax may be subject to change depending on the Government's decision. Cancellation will be accepted free of charge up to 72 hours prior to arrival.In the case of cancellation outside of the cancellation policy, hotel will charge your credit card for the full amount of reservation.In the case of no-show, the full amount of reservation will be charged. If the reservation is recognized as a part of a group booking (5 rooms or more), hotel preserves the right to apply non-refundable rate policy, which means: charge the credit card in advance and eliminate the possibility to change or cancel the reservation.
Traditinal dalmatian house consisting of two bedrooms, two bathrooms, kitchen, nice gareden with outside furniture. Situated in the hart of Cavtat old town, in a very quiet area but just a few minutes walk from the main promenade, restaurant and bars.
Hotels in Cavtat
Cavtat is an up-and-coming holiday destination that still holds an ‘undiscovered' and mysterious ambience. It's the most southerly town in Croatia, on the coast bordering the Adriatic Sea. Art, literature and sculpture can be found throughout the town – often all in the same building.
As the town is very compact, you'll find it easy to get around on foot. The blend of historic and modern Croatia puts family-run bars and upmarket restaurants side by side. In the bay, fishing boats mingle with massive luxury yachts.
One of the nicest things to do in town is simply to do nothing – to sit at a pavement café and watch the world go by. If you're feeling more active, Cavtat has scuba diving excursions, water polo, underwater spear fishing, windsurfing, boating and paragliding.
Everywhere you look, you'll see the influence of Vlaho Bukovac – Cavtat's most famous painter. The town is bursting with colour, and Bukovac's work adorns the Church of St Nicholas at the waterfront.
The Cavtat area also covers several outlying islands: Mrkan, Bobara and Supetar. Together, they act as a protected reserve for birds and a place for seagulls to nest.
The Dubrovnik region offers its own local take on traditional Croatian dishes. Try bakalar na bijelo – salted cod with potatoes. Zelena menestra (‘green pasta') stew is made with meat and cabbage.
Bugenvila Cavtat is the main restaurant in town. It's named after the bright pinky-purple bougainvillea plants that drape the walls and staircases around Cavtat. The restaurant offers lunch and dinner, a wine menu and a separate menu for the kids.
Cavtat is ideally located for day trips to Dubrovnik, Croatia's ‘pearl of the Adriatic'. It's just nine miles away, with easy connections via major roads and a regular bus link. The Old Town area has 17 churches to admire.
There's also a ferry to the Elafiti Archipelago, a stretch of 13 islands north-west of Dubrovnik. Each island is covered in palm trees and greenery, beautiful sandy beaches and historical buildings. Only three of the islands are inhabited – of these, Jakljan offers kid-friendly facilities.
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