We stayed at Valamar Lacroma Hotel, which has a really great breakfast buffet, great views, great gym and so on. There is access to a few beaches nearby as well as restaurants which are a short walk away. Dubrovnik old city is a bus or taxi ride away. I recommend staying here! See below for some wonderful views during the night and day from the hotel.
Photo from the Valamar Presidential beach and it was really hot that day. The necklace that I am wearing is actually gold colored but here it appears silver:
Here’s the sunset overlooking the islands of Koločep and Otočić Daksa:
But what about Dubrovnik Old City?
On my first night, while waiting for family, I had a meal overlooking the castle.
We also had a seafood in the old city near the bay, but you would be looking at quiet a price for it. I think it was a couple of hundred euros, almost.
I did not really do a lot of tourist things at the Old City, walked along the perimeter and in the streets during the evening. I was mainly relaxing around Valamar as I wasn’t too keen on the sunshine and crowds.
The coastline around this area is absolutely amazing. Most of it in Croatia but there is a part of Herzegovina that touches the Adriatic Sea, around Neum, otherwise much of Bosnia-Herzegovina is landlocked and not touching the sea due to Croatia.
My day trip in Bosnia-Herzegovina on my last day will be covered in another post.