Apartment Vermeer is an elegant and stylish furnished 4-star apartment in the middle of the old town, with its own terrace and stunning view. The accommodation together with our warm hospitality will ensure you have an unforgettable stay. The location and surroundings will enable you to feel the ancient spirit of this medieval city. You are surrounded by beautiful monuments, interesting (modern)museums and other 'jewels' of Dubrovnik's rich culture and tradition. One of this jewels is ‘The Dubrovnik Summer Festival’. This cultural festival presents a rich program of (classical) music, theatre, opera and dance on more than 70 open -air venues over 47 days in the summer each year. for a summer full of events and a calm, bohemian winter. George Bernard Shaw once said:' If you want to see heaven on earth, come to Dubrovnik'.
Climate: The geographical position of the area is typical of a Mediterranean or 'Eastasian' climate with mild and damp winters, and hot dry summers with quite low air humidity (approx. 2,600 sunny hours). The average air temperature is 17°C and the summer sea temperature is approx 21°C. A maximum variation of 4°C is very beneficial for overall general health. There are many sunny days during the winter months. The gentle Maestral wind - the messenger of lovely weather, refreshes the average summer temperature of 25°C.The Bura and Jugo winds prevail during the cooler months.
Dubrovnik is situated at the far south of the Republic of Croatia, from Cape Orsula in the east to Brseine in the west. It covers an area of 143,35 sq. Kms and stretches along 20,5 km with the Elaphite islands (Šipan, Lopud, Koloep, Olipe, Tajan and Jakljan). The City is made up of 31 settlements, has 47,004 inhabitants with an average population density of 328 per sq km. Dubrovnik was founded in the first half of the 7th century by a group of refugees from Epidaurum (today's Cavtat). They established their settlement at the island and named it Laus. Opposite that location, at the foot of Sr? Mountain, Slavs developed their own settlement under the name of Dubrovnik. The settlements were separated by a channel which was filled in 12th century, present Placa or Stradun, and since than the two settlements have been united. At that time the city walls started to be built as a protection from different enemies who wanted to conquer Dubrovnik.
Dubrovnik is called ‘The pearl of the Adriatic’. Go for a stunning holiday to Dubrovnik: wonderful beaches; unbelievable clean and blue sea; delicious local food and wine; just a few reasons to visit Dubrovnik. But may be the main reason is the cultural possibilities of Dubrovnik; a city with a unique political and cultural past and present whose monuments and beauty are worldwide and entered in the UNESCO directory for world heritage. It is one of the most charming and well-known cities in the Mediterranean zone. In addition to the extraordinary beauty of the nature and its countless cultural monuments, Dubrovnik also has a comprehensive tourist offering. Thanks to all of these advantages, Dubrovnik is attractive during all seasons; even in wintertime.