Maybe not the quietest beaches in the area, but there are beaches for families and for those that like to chill with friends!


Banje Beach is the closest beach to the old town, located just outside the Ploče Gate.

Half of this beach is private (there is a charge for sun beds and umbrellas), in the other half, you are welcome to put down your towel, if you can find a space! It is known for being pebbly, expensive, noisy and crowded but a place where the young like to meet and dance into the night.

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Lapad is one of the most beautiful parts of Dubrovnik. There are several beaches and bays in Lapad, offering something for everyone.

They can be accessed by car, bus and boat and walkers promenading the extensive coastline. The beaches deeper to the bay are more popular whilst those on the outskirts of the bay tend to be less crowded and more intimate.

A fair amount of coffee bars, pastry and confectionery shops, and ice cream vendors have found their place on the lovely Lapad promenade, with their terraces luring walkers to sit and simply enjoy the view.

The beaches in the Lapad bay are mostly a mixture of pebble area, rock area, and artificial concrete parts. Worth visiting for the very clear and clean waters!

Many of the Dubrovnik hotels are located close to the promenade and nearby beaches making the whole area quite lively and with a touristic atmosphere.

For directions please follow the map above.


The club has a chilled and modern atmosphere. The location is amongst stunning scenery and the water is crystal clear and without Sea Urchins. A great place to watch the sunset with a DJ playing.

Kayaks and paddle boards are reasonably priced for rental.
That said, Coral and Copacabana Beach Club have very mixed reviews. Mostly guests complain of poor service, food and drinks being overpriced and a ‘double sun bed’ costs around £40 and £30 for a single.

For directions please follow the map above.