Welcome to Village Radovičići
Village Radovčići is a picturesque settlement placed in the interior of the south-eastern part of Dubrovnik Region called Konavle, in the vicinity of Old Town Dubrovnik (only 28 kilometers). Konavle was acquired by the Dubrovnik Republic in the 15th century.
The landscape consists of fertile valleys surrounded by mountains bordering with Bosnia-Hercegovina. Towards the sea line high Konavlian cliffs descent to Prevlaka bay, Molunat and Cavtat. The variety of landscapes Konavle offers have preserved a special harmony between nature, cultivated and cultural tradition of the wealthy agricultural industry, indigenous stone architecture, statues and sacral objects, and a rich folk tradition whose lovely and harmonious attributes finds their expression in Konavles folk costume and the beautiful women who wear them. Konavle can be experienced and enjoyed in many different ways: country/agro tourism, traditional folk performances, walks/bike rides and excursions to historically significant areas, archeological sites, fortifications, including the visit to Ljuta stream.
Čilipi is the cultural center of Konavle, well known for its Sunday folklore performances were tourists may see traditional dances, beautiful national costumes and the typical Konavle Embroideris.
The vicinity of Dubrovnik, Cavtat and many other exiting and interesting sightseeing possibilities make it a favorite destination for those interested in cultural heritage. There is always something around the corner to surprise you in Konavle - an interesting little road, a glorious garden, a delightful little restaurant or the dramatic sea shore.
Konavle is also well known for several traditional restaurants and taverns offering domestic specialties such as trout, grilled lamb, bread baked under an iron lid, smoked ham, cheese in oil, together with domestic wine and liqueur.
Old Town Dubrovnik - 28 km, Airport - 9 km, Cavtat - 14 km, Beach (rocks) - 2 km supermarket, post, bank, pharmacy - 2 km
Village Radovčići has a regular bus service enabling you to visit Dubrovnik as you choose. For our guests arriving by plane we offer transportation from Čilipi airport.
We hope that our warm hospitality with a personal touch and high level of service will make your vacation into a memorable and pleasant experience. This special care is something we cherish and we are confidant that you will fell this atmosphere if you choose Village Radovčići for your vacation.
For those who wish to enjoy this region during low season we wish to emphasize the favorable and mild climate and the astonishing colors of nature during autumn, winter or spring. Exploration trips to Cavtat, Dubrovnik, Župa Dubrovačka, Pelješac peninsula and other interesting destinations are possible for those arriving by car, others can use car rentals from an agency nearby.
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The local rocky beach called Penđa is idyllic - quiet with crystal clear sea located 2 kilometers from Village Radovčići. The nearest sand and pebble beaches can be found in Cavtat; further away in Mlini and Srebreno. Dubrovnik also offers many rocky, pebble and sand beaches.
MOLUNAT, a village on the coast in Konavle. The peninsula of the same name, together with the mainland, encloses the coves of Donji (Veliki) Molunat in the north-west and Donji (Mali) Molunat in the south-east, partly protected by the islet of Veli Skolj (Supetric, 49 m). Chief occupations are farming and fishing. Molunat is located on a local road, a branching road of the main road (M2, E65). In the vicinity of the village are prehistoric tumuli and in the village the remains of Roman architecture. On the mainland side, a wall, erected in the period 1468-1471 by the inhabitants of Dubrovnik, protects the small peninsula.
Somewhere between heaven and earth, light and darkness, good and evil, lies Prevlaka – Cape Oštro, the most southern part of Konavle and Croatia. To reach Prevlaka one takes the Adriatic Highway. From Gruda the road leads towards Molunat, taking the ?urinia turning, onwards through Vitaljina and finally reaching Prevlaka. The nature in the Prevlaka and Vitaljina region is stunning with macchia, holly oak, olive groves, oak trees, orchards and coves.
Hiking, bike tours
Numerous small paths along the sea and countryside, try: Ronald Brown Path
Water sports in Cavtat
Diving and various sea sports.
Weather in Dubrovnik and Konavle Region
How to arrive
The most practical and convenient way to reach Dubrovnik is by air. There are daily flights from Zagreb with Croatia Airlines, and weekly flights from many other European cities.
More at: Dubrovnik transportation by air
By bus from Zagreb bus terminal (duration - ca. 12 hours), Rijeka, Split or Trieste in Italy.
More at: Transportation by coach / bus in Dubrovnik and Croatia
A very interesting and pleasant journey to Dubrovnik is by Jadrolinija ferry from Rijeka, which stops at islands and ports such as Zadar, Split, Hvar and Korcula along the way (Duration - ca. 17 hours)There are also international ferry services from Bari in Italy.
More at: Dubrovnik transportation by sea, Ferry Routes and Timetables
Coming from central Europe, you can reach some of the coast destinations faster by car than by train. However, Dubrovnik is located at the very south of Croatia and not yet connected with the highway. During the summer months traffic at the borders is a bit heavier, and that can cause some delay.
More at: Getting to Dubrovnik by car
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WELCOME - we will do our best to make your vacation in Village Radovčići unforgettable.