The Dalmatian Coast
The Dalmatian coast is cradled by a range of mountains from one side and a long necklace of more than 1,000 beautiful islands from the other, with rocky, pebble and even sand beaches gently bathing in the warm sun and crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea.
201 rooms and suites and 207 private residences of the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa at Dubrovnik Sun Gardens await you at the most southern end of the Dalmatian coast, right next to one of the most beautiful coastal cities in the world, a perfect choice for anybody looking for a hotel in Dubrovnik.
Natural and historical riches of the Dalmatian coast
It is not just the indented coastline that makes Croatia perfect for a relaxing vacation; it is the cleanest, clearest warm sea you have ever seen (the quality of sea water has been rated best in Europe by the European Environmental Agency). Once you dive into the Adriatic Sea from the Croatian coast, you are in love.
If you are lucky enough to explore the islands or sail a boat, you can visit Mljet Island National Park just across from Dubrovnik, or experience the uninhabited beauty of the Kornati archipelago.
Further north you can find ancient cities Split or Zadar, or visit some of the major islands, like Brač or Hvar, with their impressive villas, archeological sites, churches and palaces, like the Blessed Virgin Mary in Dubrovnik or Palace of the Roman Emperor Diocletian in Split.
See the coast from the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa at Dubrovnik Sun Gardens
There is much to see and do if you are in Croatia for the first time, from wilderness reserves to water skiing, fishing, diving, paragliding, tanning or just relaxing and enjoying the salty breeze and the song of the cicadas on your own beach at the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa at Dubrovnik Sun Gardens. Be sure to check out the water sports in Dubrovnik as well!
Later you can catch a ride to the bustling Dubrovnik Old Town for a walk around the walls or a spot of nightlife.