Croatia is a breathtaking country that places a high value on preserving its natural beauty. Consequently, it is well known for having some of the best air quality in the world, with the majority of its terrain consisting of unspoiled landscapes and pure water.
Dubrovnik, also known as the "Pearl of the Adriatic," is a UNESCO World Heritage Site that offers awe-inspiring views of the Adriatic Sea. Once you enter the city, you feel as if you've stepped into a history book. Dubrovnik is renowned for being a popular filming location for fan favorites such as Game of Thrones, Robin Hood, and Star Wars: The Last Jedi, making it an ideal destination for young film enthusiasts. The city boasts a plethora of family-friendly activities that are suitable for children of all ages.
Most of the attractions in Dubrovnik are within walking distance, allowing you to take your time. Begin your day with a fun family kayak trip, then spend the afternoon exploring the city walls or relaxing on the beach. Take a break at one of the many parks and enjoy a delicious dinner at a traditional restaurant that remains open late. Dubrovnik is a great location for a European city family vacation.
However, if you're looking for a more unique and sustainable experience, consider agitourism with your family.
AGRITOURISMAgritourism provides an opportunity for your family to experience rural farm activities firsthand. It offers a chance to immerse oneself in the daily lives of local people, and enjoy homemade local foods, and traditions without causing any harm to the environment.
There a many options for agrotourism near Dubrovnik, where rural families run tourist attractions on their farms and agricultural lands. These attractions offer visitors a unique opportunity to experience the other charms Croatia has to offer.
If you're traveling with kids, agrotourism is an excellent way to keep them engaged and entertained with authentic experiences offering an insight into how Croatian people live in small villages, away from the popular sun and sea.
Your kids will love participating in activities such as harvesting fruits and vegetables, trying local food, petting farm animals, and having lots of space to run around freely.
Agritourism helps to bring us closer to nature and makes us appreciate what we have while also realizing what we could lose if we do not embrace sustainable tourism.
Best time to visit: May or late August - October