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Magical Dubrovnik

LIVING HISTORY

UNTOLD STORIES – Franciscan Monastery

The Franciscan order in Dubrovnik has a long tradition and embodies the Dubrovnik Republic's cultural legacy. The first known document which mentions this order, established by St. Francis of Assisi, dates from 1235.

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LIVING HISTORY

UNTOLD STORIES – Green soldiers Maro & Baro

Step into the fascinating history of Dubrovnik and immerse in the stories behind the city, its culture and experiences. Have you ever heard of the green soldiers of Bell Tower, Maro & Baro?

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GOURMET & LIFESTYLE

Late Summer Sun in Dubrovnik

With great weather ahead, it looks like one more glorious Indian summer for Dubrovnik, allowing you to discover some of southern Dalmatia’s rich culture and gourmet offers. 

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GOURMET & LIFESTYLE

Summer in a Glass

There's something captivating about having a few drinks whilst gazing out over a picture postcard view of the sparkling Adriatic Sea and Elaphite Islands. Whether you are looking for amazing sunset views, or a lounge atmosphere by the pool, here are three signature cocktails created under the watchful eye of our mixologist.

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ACTIVE RELAXATION

Be a Local Tourist: Discover the Villages Next to Sun Gardens Dubrovnik

With nearby neighbours such as Dubrovnik Old Town and the Pelješac Peninsula, guests at Sun Gardens Dubrovnik are a little spoiled for choice when it comes to local experiences. 

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ACTIVE RELAXATION

Multigenerational Travel: Why Dubrovnik is a Great Shared Experience Destination

Family travel is changing, and multigenerational travel – whereby parents, children and grandparents go on holiday in one unit – is on the rise, and Dubrovnik is one destination which is experiencing an increase in this travel trend.

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LIVING HISTORY

Argosy - the mighty Dubrovnik ships mentioned by Shakespeare

Dubrovnik has a rich and proud history, one which visitors can soak up as they walk its magnificent walls and old town, and the Republic of Ragusa, as it was called, was an important – and independent – beacon of trade, diplomacy and influence for many centuries. 

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