Dubrovnik : les meilleurs sports d'aventure

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Sitting on the peninsula of the Dalmatian coast, Dubrovnik is a picturesque seaside port that attracts holidaymakers and extreme thrill seekers alike, which is why it has been nicknamed the Pearl of the Adriatic Sea.

Famous for being the one of the most prominent holiday spots in the Mediterranean Sea, recent years have seen Dubrovnik become a paradise for people seeking a gloriously sunny spot, away from the touristic crowds and masses.

An amazing cultural hub, this old, but welcoming city has a large gathering of beautiful monuments such as baroque and Renaissance churches, monasteries, palaces and gothic style fountains, making it a part of the UNSECO World Heritage sites. This is also one of the main reasons it was a top filming location for the internationally acclaimed series, Game of Thrones.

In Dubrovnik, you’ll find some stunning beaches however, there are also a few absolute gems located near the city on the islands of Lokrum and Elaphites. 600 metres east of Port of Ploče, you’ll find Banje beach, a great location for water sports enthusiasts to enjoy a secluded moment with a parasailing or jet skiing excursion.

Water sport fans can also take on the mighty Trebižat River with a fun-filled canoe safari - what better way to get all your family and friends involved in the ultimate holiday fun, as you appreciate the scenic karsts areas of Herzegovina! Enjoy a ride on the turquoise coloured waters of the river and take in the backdrops of the beautiful canyon with waterfalls.

Want to try something more extreme? Why not give white water rafting a shot, in the majestic canyon of River Tara, the deepest in Europe and included on the UNESCO`s World Heritage list as a part of Durmitor National Park.

Want to keep your feet firmly on land then go for a quad or buggy ride through the olive groves and pine forests along the spectacular Konavlian rugged coast.

Kitesurfing fanatics can also get their fill, as Neretva is probably the best place to learn kiting in Croatia. The environment is safe with flat and shallow water where you can learn the basics, freestyle tricks or just cruise in the big area.

Come on, what are you waiting for?!

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                Sitting on the peninsula of the Dalmatian coast, Dubrovnik is a picturesque seaside port that attracts holidaymakers and extreme thrill seekers alike, which is why it has been nicknamed the Pearl of the Adriatic Sea.

                Famous for being the one of the most prominent holiday spots in the Mediterranean Sea, recent years have seen Dubrovnik become a paradise for people seeking a gloriously sunny spot, away from the touristic crowds and masses.

                An amazing cultural hub, this old, but welcoming city has a large gathering of beautiful monuments such as baroque and Renaissance churches, monasteries, palaces and gothic style fountains, making it a part of the UNSECO World Heritage sites. This is also one of the main reasons it was a top filming location for the internationally acclaimed series, Game of Thrones.

                In Dubrovnik, you’ll find some stunning beaches however, there are also a few absolute gems located near the city on the islands of Lokrum and Elaphites. 600 metres east of Port of Ploče, you’ll find Banje beach, a great location for water sports enthusiasts to enjoy a secluded moment with a parasailing or jet skiing excursion.

                Water sport fans can also take on the mighty Trebižat River with a fun-filled canoe safari - what better way to get all your family and friends involved in the ultimate holiday fun, as you appreciate the scenic karsts areas of Herzegovina! Enjoy a ride on the turquoise coloured waters of the river and take in the backdrops of the beautiful canyon with waterfalls.

                Want to try something more extreme? Why not give white water rafting a shot, in the majestic canyon of River Tara, the deepest in Europe and included on the UNESCO`s World Heritage list as a part of Durmitor National Park.

                Want to keep your feet firmly on land then go for a quad or buggy ride through the olive groves and pine forests along the spectacular Konavlian rugged coast.

                Kitesurfing fanatics can also get their fill, as Neretva is probably the best place to learn kiting in Croatia. The environment is safe with flat and shallow water where you can learn the basics, freestyle tricks or just cruise in the big area.

                Come on, what are you waiting for?!

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