Tour the village of Cavtat—once home to a prosperous Greek and Roman colony—and experience the town's traditional methods of fishing and handicraft.
This was the final part of our excursion. Very delightful area. Though a long way out. We had a full day in the area and except for the crowds in the walled city, we thoroughly enjoyed the day
Provider: Independent Operator
Stunning little port south of Dubrovnik. Just lovely for a walk around, and then back to the city via a lovely little village in the hills.
Provider: Princess Cruises
We took the i pod walking tour but this was not entirely successful. The bright sunlight made it difficult to read the i pod screen so it was difficult to make the right menu choices. In the end we gave up and did our own thing and most of our time was spent walking the walls which gave us a series of spectacular views. Well worth doing if you have the energy to climb the stairs. There is a charge (around Â£7.50) for doing this and this can only be paid in local currency. But credit cards are accepted.
Provider: Cunard Line
Lovely town. Enough time to walk around.
Guide was very good at explaining what we were about to see.
Tour included Wine and a sandwich which was a added touch.
Provider: Royal Caribbean International
Besides Cavtat, this tour also took in a guided walk around Dubrovnik's old city. Extremely informative and interesting, although by the time we got to Dubrovnik, it was packed with tourists!
Provider: Celebrity Cruises
Port 5 was Hvar, Croatia. (Also not on port selection) It is GORGEOUS!!! Went on the tour to the monastery, a tiny winery and walked around the marina. If you like to swim, walk along the stone pathways along the water and you will see many steps along the way, carved out of stone that you can go to the water for a swim. The water is crystal clear, beautiful.
Port 6 was Ravenna. Amazing mosaics, nice cafes, shopping.
Provider: Seabourn Cruise Line