The crown of the Croatian Adriatic is the city of Dubrovnik, surrounded by medieval walls, a city that simply must not be missed during your navigation to the south. Research in this area leads on to the Elaphiti Islands, the National Park Mljet, as the greenest islands of the eastern Adriatic coast, with its unique lakes, historical heritage and a treat for sailors - the Odysseus cave, medieval Korcula, the home of Marco Polo, the Peljesac peninsula, which is considered a paradise of Croatian winemaking.
On the high seas, there is a nature park Lastovo awaiting, the furthest inhabited Croatian island, known for its fishing and enjoying the fresh fish, especially lobsters. For visitors who visit Dubrovnik by sea, an ideal place for a berth is the marina Komolac. The Elaphite Islands gravitate towards Dubrovnik with several excellent anchorages such as the island of Sipan