Beyond the famous walls in the Old Town there is an abundance of fun things to do in Dubrovnik. Whether you’re visiting on a short city break or enjoying a relaxed extended stay, be adventurous and explore further afield.
Visit the nearby village of Konavle to experience rural dining at its best. The Konavoski Dvori restaurant is where you can enjoy a hearty meal that is homemade using fresh local produce. The Vinica Monković tavern boasts an outdoor terrace overlooking the riverbank, and a menu of tasty typically Croatian rural cuisine.
The Konavle Valley is very fertile and is an important wine-growing area. There are many family-owned wineries in this region, where you can book a wine-tasting tour. Sample the Karaman winery’s dry white wine Dubrovacka Malvasija for a true taste of Croatia.
While still in Konavle, experience olive oil-tasting. In the Konavle region, situated south of Dubrovnik, you can visit many of the local producers and taste their olive oils. The family- run olive farm of Glavinja, is located in Cilipi, and has an intimate tasting room set in a rustic family house. Reservation is required.
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