Beautiful old stone house close to Dubrovnik. Next to the stone house - there is another house connected to it by a kind of bridge. There is a garden, parking places, garage, few handy units etc. The house has incredible view to the sea. Next to the house is a large camping site that streches till the sea. The place is very popular among tourists. Very good offer - if your intention is to have small familly hotel on the Adriatic Sea.
Adriatica Real Estate
contact: +385 99 2018 000
The today's name of Dubrovnik is derived from the Croatian word Dubrava, which means oak woods as, in the past, oak trees surrounded Dubrovnik. The Latin name Ragusa - Rausa, in use until the 15th century, originated from the rock (lat. Lausa - meaning rock) where the first settlement was established. Dubrovnik was founded in the first half of the 7th century by a group of refugees from Epidaurum (today's Cavtat). They established their settlement at the island and named it Laus. Opposite of that location, at the foot of Sr? Mountain, Slavs developed their own settlement under the name of Dubrovnik (named by "Dub" - type of wood). The settlements were separated by a channel which was filled in 12th century, present Placa or Stradun, and since than the two settlements have been united. At that time the city walls started to be built as a protection from different enemies ( Arabs, Venetian, Macedonians, Serbs, etc.), who wanted to conquer Dubrovnik.
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