Morcic (Morčić) is earrings, rings, brooches, pendants, bracelets and statuettes in the form of a Moor's head with a turban. There are several legends about the appearance of these decorations, but until now no one can say exactly how morcic has appeared in Croatia.
The most interesting product in the form of a Moor's head is considered earrings, many travellers like to buy them in memory of Croatia. You can purchase morcic in the souvenir shops, and in the jewellery stores, where the earrings and other artefacts will be made of precious metals.
There is a secluded beautiful beach with huge rocks and incredibly beautiful bay on Lokrum Island where you can sunbathe and swim naked.How much: free29Nude Beach on Lokrum Island
There is a nice restaurant on top of the the Mount Srd but a picnic is much more romantic!How much: free31Srđ mountain
You should visit one of the cosiest cafes of Dubrovnik to drink wine or beer here and to admire the stunning sunset of the Adriatic Sea.How much: from 50 kunas43Cafe Buža
Kulen is a traditional Croatian sausage made from minced pork which is smoked and abundantly flavored with paprika.How much: from 250 kunas15Dubrovnik
Where else can you see a theater performance in the open-air amphitheater of the 14th century with a great view of the sea and the Old Town?How much: free27Park Orsula
Be sure to ride the only cable car on the Adriatic coast and enjoy stunning views of the Old Town of Dubrovnik and the Adriatic Sea!How much: from 70 kunas60Dubrovnik Cable Car
You can feed peacocks on Lokrum Island - they are very friendly and are not shy at all.How much: free41The Dead Sea
This fragrant cheese is made from special sheep milk on the Croatian island of Pag with the addition of olive oil for even more sated flavor.How much: from 200 kunas18Dubrovnik
Croatia is famous for its vineyards all over the world. Try one of the best local wines Dingač - the rich taste of this red wine will pleasantly surprise you.How much: from 210 kunas14Dubrovnik
Find the strength to climb here and you will see one of the best panoramas in the world!How much: free18Fort Royal
Every year on February 3 in the City of Dubrovnik you can take part in the ancient religious ceremony occasional to Saint Blaise's day.How much: free11Stradun (Placa) street
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