Rixos Premium Dubrovnik offers you an unforgettable holiday experience in a region rich in historical, cultural and natural beauties. Dubrovnik, on Croatia's stunning Dalmatian Coast, is known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic". Famed for its charming Old Town, terracotta roofs and medieval city walls, Dubrovnik is framed by the warm azure waters of the Adriatic Sea. A UNESCO World Heritage site since 1979, visitors find the paved limestone streets lined with elegant shops and fabulous restaurants. Rixos Premium Dubrovnik, a luxury lifestyle hotel, is located close to the Old Town of Dubrovnik and is surrounded by spectacular landscape. With its impressive exterior design that cascades down to the sea, the hotel represents the ultimate blend of modern architecture and luxurious, sophisticated interior design. Contemporary and comforting accommodation, stylish bars and restaurants, an international team of chefs, a luxurious beach area, a serene Anjana Spa, spread over 2000m² and the only casino in the town make Rixos Premium Dubrovnik the perfect destination resort. Rixos Premium Dubrovnik is 1.5 kilometres from the historic Old Town and 23 kilometres from Dubrovnik Airport.
Croatia is an idyllic haven on the Adriatic, known for its rich history and evocative cities. With Greek, Roman and Austro-Hungarian influences, this stunningly beautiful country is a heady mix of culture, exquisite food, fabulous sailing and charming towns bursting with history and architectural treasures. Its laid back charm makes Croatia an excellent choice for adults and children alike; you will never be short of things to do.
Croatia has a spectacular coastline on the Adriatic Sea, with more than 700 islands, 300 inlets and 70 reefs making up its archipelago. From the smallest unspoiled island with their splendid scenery and tranquillity to the vibrant cities of Split, Zagreb and Dubrovnik, Croatia offers diverse destinations.
Visitors to Croatia can enjoy exploring in any number of ways; hiking, biking and sailing are all good ways to immerse yourself in the natural landscapes and seascapes.
Known as the Pearl of the Adriatic, Dubrovnik is an idyllic city, with panoramic views of the coast, perched above the crystal clear waters of the Adriatic Sea. The magnificent 13th-century city walls are unmissable and almost certainly the most impressive city walls in the world. As you walk around the city walls, the ever-changing perspective looks out of the canopy of terracotta tiled buildings and out to sea.
The limestone paved streets are lined with characterful restaurants, shops and stunning Baroque architecture. Whether your interests are culture and history, food and drink or simply whiling away time, Dubrovnik offers something for everyone.
Away from the vibrant heart of the city, the coastline here is dramatic with glorious rock and pebble beaches against which the clear, warm waters of the Adriatic Sea lap. Watersports are popular, and you can explore the coast in a kayak or sailing boat.
On the southern side of Lapad Bay is the Velika & Mala Petka Forest Park. The park offers quiet seclusion among the fragrant pine trees. The paths through the forest are superb hiking and running trails and offer vistas of Lapad Bay across the city and the sea.