Beaches in Dubrovnik
Enjoy Dubrovnik accommodation’s convenient access to beaches
The striking coastline of the Dubrovnik Riviera makes an instant impression with its pebble beaches, rugged cliffs and breathtaking views of the Elaphite Archipelago. This Dubrovnik accommodation’s 1.2 kilometres of sea frontage is home to a beautiful pebble beach. The picture-perfect sandy beaches of the Elaphite Islands are easily accessible on day trips from the resort, as well as from the harbour in Dubrovnik.
This premier resort possesses a natural pebble beach perfect for taking a relaxing dip in the turquoise waters of the Adriatic Sea and soaking up the sun. Just steps from the centre of the resort, the beach is surrounded by lush vegetation and is particularly well sheltered, making it ideal for the whole family. Exciting water sports are available from the beach's marina, including kayaking, diving, water skiing, water tubing and banana boating.
The hotel also offers guests the VIP area on the beach with personalised services. Enjoy sun beds under umbrellas, towels, fresh fruit, non-alcoholic cocktails and unlimited water (still and sparkling). The Radisson Blu Resort & Spa Dubrovnik Sun Gardens's VIP area is open seasonally and offers massages. All reservations for the VIP area must be done in advance. Please contact the concierge for further details.
Beach at the Resort
This premier resort possesses a natural pebble beach perfect for taking a relaxing dip in the turquoise waters of the Adriatic and soaking up the sun on inviting loungers. Just steps from the centre of the resort, the beach is surrounded by lush vegetation and is particularly well sheltered, making it ideal for the whole family. Exciting water sports are available from the beach's marina, including kayaking, diving, waterskiing, water tubing and banana boating.
Elaphite Island Beaches
Just 15 minutes by boat from the resort, the idyllic Elaphite Islands boast a number of pristine sandy beaches. With fine, white sand, Šunj Beach on the island of Lopud is known as one of the best beaches in the Dubrovnik region and is located just a short walk from the harbour. Numerous small beaches are also found on the tranquil island of Koločep. Make bookings at the guest relations desk in the reception area. Cruises and speed boat trips to the islands can also be arranged from the port of Gruž in Dubrovnik.
Lokrum Island Beaches
The idyllic island of Lokrum is a protected nature reserve and home to countless pebble beaches backing onto lush pine groves. The island's crystal-clear salt lake, Mrtvo More (Dead Sea), is popular with families and non-swimmers. Lokrum is also known for stunning views of the Old Town and historic sites, including the ruins of a Benedictine monastery and star-shaped Fort Royal. Just 700 metres from Dubrovnik's Old Town, Lokrum is easily accessed by a pleasant 10-minute boat trip from the Old Port. Boats depart every half hour during summer months and every hour in the spring and autumn.
One of the most famous pebble beaches in Dubrovnik, elegant Banje Beach offers breathtaking views of the Old Town. This is a very popular spot in summer to see and be seen. Like many other Dubrovnik beaches, during the summer Banje plays host to Wild League, the fast-paced amateur water polo tournament. Getting to Banje Beach is easy. Just take a shuttle boat from the resort to the Old Town harbour and then enjoy a 15-minute walk lined with majestic, historic walls and buildings.