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Property in Dubrovnik

The Croatian Government is currently implementing very strict building regulations to protect their coastline - while plans have been drawn up, there are few areas allocated for new construction.

Typical properties in Dubrovnik include stone houses, plots of land for investment, village houses, new apartments and renovated town houses with sea views.

The entire Old City is a pedestrian zone. Walking along its streets you will over and over again discover a new detail carved in stone, a new chapel or a secluded lane. From even the remotest parts of the city, you will easily walk to the Pile or Ploče Gates or stroll from the Gruz Harbour in about a half hour.

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The popularity of the port city of Dubrovnik and its surrounding areas continues to create a growing interest for holiday makers and investors. The city has already won a place on the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites.

As the tourist industry regains its momentum in Croatia, people are rediscovering this special region with the beautiful rugged beauty of the Dalmatian coast, stretching from Split to Dubrovnik and dotted with a string of delightful offshore islands.

The city of Dubrovnik has been described as a “cocktail of sun, scenery and culture.” Sophisticated jazz clubs can be spotted among the souvenir shops and cheap pizzeria type restaurants.

If you prefer quiet beaches to the bustle of the city, there are attractive islands dotted all along the coast.

With warm, dry summers, many beach lovers simply head for the city beaches.

Don’t forgo a visit to Lokrum Island, a national park with a rocky nudist beach, botanical garden and ruins of a Benedictine monastery, the middle-market holiday resort of Brac, and Mljet, a wooded sanctuary with a population of no more than a thousand.

HOW TO GET THERE

Flights to Dubrovnik can be found from over 20 UK and European airports.

Croatian Airlines has its regularly scheduled flights to Dubrovnik and British Airways along with other major European carriers have begun flying direct.

Tour operators will arrange trips from many airports throughout the UK.

You can also get to Dubrovnik by ferry from Anscona, Italy or from Rijeka and Split, Croatia's ports on the Adriatic.

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