Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik, Croatia

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Our 2018 property listings offer a large selection of 2,339 vacation rentals near Dubrovnik. From 1,766 apartments to 314 villas, find a unique house rental for you to enjoy a memorable stay with your family and friends. The best places to stay near Dubrovnik for a holiday or a weekend are on HomeAway.

Tale as old as time, beauty, and the beach

Set along the shores of the Adriatic Sea, Dubrovnik offers a picturesque setting that only enhances the beauty of this charming medieval town. A major port city in the 15th and 16th centuries, breathtaking Dubrovnik still bustles with activity today, particularly in the fortified Old Town area, where a labyrinth of limestone streets invites travelers to embark on leisurely strolls. For those booking a Dubrovnik vacation rental in search of rest and relaxation, the city also offers pristine beaches for afternoons filled with nothing more strenuous than swimming and sunbathing.

Fun in the sun and festival frenzy—Dubrovnik offers it all

There's nothing like a day at the beach and Dubrovnik offers plenty of sandy shores for volleyball, sunbathing, and picnicking. If you long to cool off in the turquoise waters of the Adriatic, wade into the sea for an afternoon of kayaking, canoeing, and swimming. Take a breather and grab a drink from one of the numerous beachside bars or return in the evening when area nightclubs bustle with live music and dancing. If you book a Dubrovnik vacation rental in July and August, you can enjoy the Dubrovnik Summer Festival, which highlights musical, theatrical, opera, and dance performances.

Historic haunts at every turn—just another day in Dubrovnik

History buffs will love their Dubrovnik vacation rental as they're never far from sites ripe with tales. Stone walls from the Middle Ages surround Dubrovnik's Old Town, which is filled with centuries-old buildings including the baroque-style St. Blaise Church and the Rector's Palace, a Gothic mansion that now serves as a regional history museum. For a laid-back day, stroll down Stradun, a pedestrian-only thoroughfare lined with cozy cafes and boutique shops. Dating back to at least 1492, the Trsteno Arboretum is one of the world's oldest gardens and you can still walk the grounds today.

Sunny skies to wild winds: to everything, there is a season

Its beaches make Dubrovnik a popular summertime destination but be prepared for hot and muggy conditions with daytime highs in the 80s. But summer weather can also be unpredictable at times, so don't be surprised if thunderstorms creep up on the city's sunny skies. Cool winds and daytime temperatures in the mid-50s add to the region's cold winter conditions. Make sure you pack an umbrella between October and December, when the city gets most of its rain. For those seeking mild weather, the city sees tepid temperatures in the 60s and 70s during the spring and autumn.

Find a beautiful place to unplug and just get lost

There's no escaping nature in Dubrovnik as Old Town butts up against Mount Srd, a brush-covered hill that serves as the city's backdrop. The town also offers a sprawling coastline with sand, pebble, and rock-covered beaches, all of which look out over the clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. For those hoping to escape the big city, regular boat service is offered to Lokrum, a rural island just off the coast of Dubrovnik. Stroll alongside wild peacocks as you explore the island's lush gardens, sparkling lakes, jagged shoreline, and dense woods filled with majestic oak and pine trees.