If you consider visiting Dubrovnik in September, we say – go for it! Why? There is no more huge crowds running around Dubrovnik, the weather is not to hot (it’s just perfect) and the sea is still warm. You need ideas for perfect September holidays in Dubrovnik? Keep reading…
1.) Go for a swim!
Yes, September in Dubrovnik is still perfect for swimming. Find your perfect beach, or go for the most popular one – Banje, just a few minutes walk from the Ploče Gate. It’s perfect for families, there are showers, deckchairs, and fun stuff like jet skis and inflatables. If you don’t mind a 20-minute walk head for Sveti Jakov beach, a favourite local’s beach. The sun stays up until late in the evening, and this beautiful beach is rarely crowded. However, there’s a long stairway you’ll hate on your way up.
P.S. If you want to take your experience on another level and visit the entire Adriatic coast, you should consider booking one of the best sea cruises in Croatia.
2.) Visit Lokrum Island
We already wrote about Lokrum, but it would be a sin not to mention it a few more times. It has everything you would want from an island. Beautiful nature (there is a wonderful botanic garden too!) , amazing beaches, a playground, jumping rocks, peacocks and little bunnies running around. Oh, and it’s never too crowded and the sea is always clean. You think it sounds too good to be true? Think again.
3.) Go for an ice-cream!
Ice-cream is always a good idea, no matter if its january, july or september! If you’re looking for the best ice-cream in Dubrovnik, make sure you visit Peppino’s Confectionery lover’s club at Ulica od Puča 9. It’s delicious, creamy and it’s definitely our favourite !
4.) Try Dubrovnik’s amazing seafood !
Black risotto, scampi, buzara or desserts like Rozata will definitely impress you! It doesn’t really matter what dish you choose, everything you order in Dubrovnik usually tastes good. Maybe it’s in the local ingredients, the secret recipes or the historical scenery of the Old City…We don’t know. But all we can say is that dining experience in Dubrovnik is truly magical. Check out our Wine & Dine section and find something for yourself.
5.) Visit Porporela
This is a free one! Porporela is a pier in the Old Port of Dubrovnik, built in the 19th century to protect the ships and boats from the sea and strong winds. Besides the historical and practical value, it takes a special place in the hearts of locals. Why? Find out here.