Most beautiful of the Elaphite chain of islands that stretch just north-west of Dubrovnik town
Car-free, with a permanent population of 110, is just 4.63 km2, with 11.5 km of coast line, of which 1.2 km are sand beaches.
Once the preferred getaway for Dubrovnik’s medieval ruling class
Gorgeous natural beauty, rich cultural and architectural heritage
Ideal for a relaxing, stress-free vacation
Safe for kids, pet friendly and great for families
Sand beaches, plenty of restaurants, bars and cafes
Village centre with post-office, shops, bank machine, medical clinic, wellness centre are only 200m away
Dozens of sites to see – churches, monasteries, old fort, arboretum, and arts pavilion
Excursions to neighbouring islands Sipan and Kolocep, as well as Dubrovnik, Ston, Mostar (B&H) and Montenegro available
Away from the touristic crowds of Dubrovnik, yet close enough for easy trips into town
Famous Sunj beach is a 20 minute walk, or a 5 minute golf car taxi ride
Leisure and sport activities – boat rental, fishing, kayaking, sailing, sea-doing, tennis, diving, volley ball, water polo, football, hiking.
Dubrovnik, also known as the “Pearl of the Adriatic”, is the best known tourist destination on the Croatian Adriatic coast.
This old walled city, featured in the HBO series “Game of Thrones”, is unlike any other town in Europe.
Sparkling blue sea, stone-lined streets, medieval architecture, churches and cathedrals, five-star restaurants, cafes, bars, theatres, museums, festivals, art galleries, shopping, parks, old-port, beaches, and excursions
For more information on Dubrovnik and Lopud:
“Dubrovnik Tourist Board”
“Dubrovnik Riviera Tourist Board”
“Lopud History Blog”