Embarking your boat, sail towards the beach where you will enjoy a chance to relax and bask in the sunshine. En route, you will pass the island of Lokrum, the Fort of St. Lawrence and Dubrovnik's City Walls. Built between the 12th and 16th centuries, the City Wall is approximately one-and-a-half miles long and boasts four fortresses and 33 bastions. The isle of Lokrum has its fair share of history as well. The first written record of Lokrum was in 1023 in connection with the founding of the Benedictine abbey and monastery. According to legend, Richard the Lion Heart was cast ashore here after being shipwrecked in 1192.
Arriving at the beach, it's completely up to you how to spend your time. Perhaps you'll choose to swim in one of the cleanest seas in the world, sunbathe on the pebbled beach or just soak up the atmosphere from a comfortable spot in the shade. For your convenience and comfort, sun umbrellas and chaise lounges will be available.
Nothing goes better with a day at the beach like a light lunch to be served on the beach.
Following your time at the beach, you'll return to the Old City port by boat, where you may explore Dubrovnik's Old City on your own, with your guide indicating where to find your shuttle bus for your independent transfer back to the pier and your awaiting ship.
Please note: Walking on this tour is mainly at the guests' discretion. The tour is not available to wheelchair guests and those with mobility concerns are cautioned to carefully evaluate their personal level of stamina and ability. Children must be accompanied by an adult or guardian in order to participate. It is recommended that guests wear a swimsuit, cover-up, hat and sunscreen, as well as wear flat, comfortable walking shoes. As you may get wet on this excursion, any electronic devices (such as MP3 players, cell phones, cameras, etc.), as well as any valuable items should be stored in a sealable, waterproof dry bag or left on board the ship. Any damage occurring to these items are the responsibility of the guest. The operation of this excursion is dependent on prevailing weather conditions. Those who take part in any water activities do so at their own risk and responsibility.