Places and towns

Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik is an important historical, cultural, and touristic centre of Croatia. Since 1979 the city has been under UNESCO’s protection, with its city walls, historical streets, buildings, and architectural monuments forming a harmonious whole.

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Župa dubrovačka

Župa dubrovačka is a municipality located in the southeast of Dubrovnik-Neretva County, 6 kilometres from the historical centre of Dubrovnik.

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Zaton

Zaton is a suburb of Dubrovnik belonging to the city. It consists of Veliki Zaton, Mali Zaton, Štikovica, and Vrbica.

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Rožat

The village of Rožat is located near the Adriatic Coastal Road, 5 kilometres northwest of Dubrovnik.

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Konavle

The Municipality of Konavle lies about 20 kilometres east of Dubrovnik, on the border with Bosnia and Herzegovina and Montenegro.

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Orašac

Orašac is situated 15 kilometres northwest of Dubrovnik, near the Adriatic Coastal Road, between Zaton and Trsteno.

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Mokošica

Mokošica is a district in the city of Dubrovnik situated in the area of Rijeka dubrovačka, and is made up of Stara and Nova Mokošica. 

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Nova Mokošica

Nova Mokošica is a suburb of Dubrovnik. It is situated in the area of Rijeka dubrovačka, about 7 kilometres from Dubrovnik. The Adriatic Coastal Road and regular bus lines connect it to the city.

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Bosanka

Bosanka belongs to the city of Dubrovnik. It lies on the northeast hillside of Srđ, above the Adriatic Coastal Road. Only 4 kilometres separate it from Dubrovnik. There is a bus line connecting it to the city.

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Brsečine

Brsečine is a village in the suburban part of Dubrovnik. It lies 20 kilometres northwest of Dubrovnik via the Adriatic Coastal Road.

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Knežica

Knežica is a residential area in Dubrovnik and is situated 8 kilometres from the city.

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Komolac

Komolac is a city district of Dubrovnik. It is located in the area of Rijeka dubrovačka, by the Adriatic Coastal Road, 5 kilometres northwest of Dubrovnik.

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Lopud

Lopud is the only populated place on the island of the same name, situated 7.5 nautical miles northwest of the port of Dubrovnik.

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Lozica

Lozica is a suburb of Dubrovnik beside the Adriatic Coastal Road, 6 kilometres northwest of Dubrovnik.

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Šipanska Luka

Šipanska Luka is a village in the northwest part of the island of Šipan in Dubrovnik-Neretva County. It is one of the two populated places on the island.

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Trsteno

Trsteno is a village in the centre of Dubrovnik-Neretva County, about 20 kilometres northwest of Dubrovnik. The Adriatic Coastal Road goes through the village.

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Metković

Metković is the second largest city in Dubrovnik-Neretva County. It is situated on the banks of the river Neretva, on the border with Herzegovina. Metković is the administrative, economic, and cultural centre of the Neretva Valley.

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Ploče

The town of Ploče belongs to Dubrovnik-Neretva County and lies in the Neretva Valley. Baćina Lakes, the Neretva estuary, a great number of hills, and the Adriatic Sea are situated close to the city.

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Dubrovačko primorje, Slano

Slano is the centre of the Dubrovačka primorje municipality in Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Slano is located on the bay of the same name, 37 kilometres northwest of Dubrovnik, by the Adriatic Coastal Road and the Adriatic Sea. 

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Prijevor

Prijevor is a small village in Dubrovnik-Neretva County situated above the Adriatic Coastal Road, 5.5 kilometres northwest of Dubrovnik.

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Suđurađ

Suđurađ is a village on the southeast of the island of Šipan in Dubrovnik-Neretva County. There is a ferry line connecting it to Dubrovnik.

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Orebić, Kuna Pelješka

Orebić is a village and a municipality on the peninsula of Pelješac in Dubrovnik-Neretva County. Orebić is connected to other parts of the country by a state road, as well as ferry and ship lines.

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