In Dubrivnik they call "a beach" any place where you can reach water. We mean literally ANY. It can be a usual for Dubrovnik pebbled beach, a stone slab or simply a cliff :)
There are a lot of picturesque beaches along the coast of Dubrovnik. All of them are of a noble turquoise color of the Mediterranean Sea and have crystal-clear water. Another local feature - almost all beaches are pebbled here. Only Lapad beach has fine sand in its shallow waters, though the beach itself is pebbled also.
Sometimes, however, "a beach" is a too prominent name :) In Dubrivnik they call "a beach" any place where you can reach water. We mean literally ANY. It can be a usual for Dubrovnik pebbled beach, a stone slab with a ladder leading into the water or simply a cliff :)
Oddviser picked top-7 beaches for you that are definitely worth visiting. This pick includes both well-known beaches in the city center, and the secret places hidden from tourists. Take the challenge!
Saint Jakov Beach
Photo: Saint Jakov Beach in Dubrovnik
Locals adore this small pebble and sandy beach. In addition to the Mediterranean suntan, you'll get a beautiful view of the Old Town of Dubrovnik and Lokrum Island.
Photo: Buža Beach in Dubrovnik
This unusual multilevel rocky beach is located right at the foot of the City Wall of Dubrovnik on the southern coast of the city.
Betina Cave Beach
Photo: Betina Cave Beach in Dubrovnik
This tiny secret beach is located directly in the rock and you can reach it only from the sea by boat or kayak. It's unusual, beautiful and tranquil.
Nude Beach on Lokrum Island
Photo: Nude Beach on Lokrum Island in Dubrovnik
A secluded rocky beach, where you can sunbathe on the slanting rocks, which are equipped with stair descent to the sea.
Photo: Lapad Beach in Dubrovnik
Lapad beach has fine sand in its shallow waters, though the beach itself is pebbled. It's located not far from the city centre and there are plenty of cafes.
Photo: Banje Beach in Dubrovnik
The most popular beach in the city, and one of the most beautiful by the way, offers great views of the bay, the Old Town with its famous Walls and the island of Lokrum.
Photo: Copacabana Beach in Dubrovnik
It's not comfortable to get to the largest beach in Dubrovnik but as a reward you'll get beautiful views of the islands of Daksa and less people than on the other beaches.