Private transfer from Dubrovnik to Cavtat OR Cavtat to Dubrovnik
Distance approx. 22 km
Duration 30 min – it may take longer depending on the traffic condition.
If you want to reach to Cavtat with minimal hassle, then private transfer is your best option.You can arrange your transfer quickly and easily to any address in Cavtat and of course also to other destinations. One of our English-speaking drivers will be at your disposal.
Cavtat is probably the most southerly Croatian resort of all, located around 20 km south of Dubrovnik and only 22 km from the border with Montenegro. Cavtat is an exceedingly pretty town, and is a great place to base yourself in if you’re after all the sights and culture of Dubrovnik but don’t want the hustle and bustle. It is very easy to travel between the Cavtat to Dubrovnik.
It is located in the region of Konavle, which has a rich cultural history. Folk costumes, embroidery and traditional dances are also an important feature of the region. These can all be seen in person in the village of Cilipi where on Sunday mornings (in spring/summer/early autumn), locals in traditional costume gather in the main square to sing and dance.
The House of Vlaho Bukovac is a museum (and, in fact, his actual home at one point) dedicated to this Croatian painter who was born in Cavtat in 1855. As well as viewing Bukovac’s works, you can also see frescoes in the house painted by the teenage artist
The Racic Mausoleum was built in 1921 to a design by famed Croatian sculptor and architect Ivan Mestrovic using stone from the island of Brac. The Racic family were a well known ship-owning family from the town.
The Baltazar Bogisic Collection in the Rector’s Palace contains items from the collection of this Cavtat-born lawyer (1834 – 1908), including books, notes, coins and more.