The prestigious UK newspaper The Telegraph has published a list of their top ten seaside towns in Croatia and both Dubrovnik and Cavtat feature.
The article, entitled “Croatia's 10 most beautiful seaside towns,” features The Telegraph’s choice of the leading coastal destinations in Croatia. The top of the list is Rovinj in Istria which The Telegraph describes as “Venetian-era facades in yellow ochre, burnt sienna and terracotta red curve around a deep horse-shoe harbour, backed by a hilltop church with an elegant 17th-century bell-tower.”
The list of the top seaside town also features Mali Lošinj on the island of Lošinj, Rab and Zadar. And in night position is Dubrovnik and tenth the picturesque coastal town of Cavtat. In fact, Cavtat is having a great start to the year, finishing on the top ten best European destinations for 2019 in European Best Destinations awards. And The Telegraph also is keen to point out the values of Cavtat stating “The pace of life is slower here, with fewer crowds – dine at an open-air restaurant on the palm-lined seafront promenade, check out 19th-century oil paintings by Vlaho Bukovac in his former home, and see the elegant 1920s Račić Mausoleum, decorated with art nouveaux carvings by sculptor Ivan Meštrović.”