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Island of Lokrum

#5 of 164 things to do in Dubrovnik Features Animals
Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

The island of lokrum is beautiful and is a must visit when staying in Dubrovnik. There is beautiful scenery and wildlife (peacocks and rabbits mainly). You can get to the island for 120 kuna (£15) per head return trip. Food and drink on the island...More

Thank 19-Ben-90
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We were in the Old City having walked the walls which pleased our 5 children no end (!) and so decided to head to Lokrum after to let them cool off. We got the ferry which cost 120 kuna per adult and 20 kuna per...More

Thank Steph G
Reviewed 3 days ago

You must visit the 'dead sea' for a swim, there are also botanical gardens however due to a harsh winter most of the plants were not their best and it was disappointing. In time I'm sure all will be restored and looking amazing again. some...More

Thank Julie K
Reviewed 3 days ago via mobile

We spent half a day on Lokrum and found it to be a great break from the heat and crowds of Old Town Dubrovnik. It's a great island to hike around, explore and relax. Even when there are a lot of people on the silane...More

Thank StylinScotty
Reviewed 4 days ago

The great thing about Lokrum is that no-one is allowed to stay there, so if you get the first boat out from the old harbour at 9 am as we did you will temporarily have the place to yourself. We walked all round the island...More

Thank BrushM
Reviewed 4 days ago

Took the ferry from the old harbour 20 mins breeze across the sea to the island. Nice shady with a natural salty sea to take a cool dip in. All good :-)

Thank 115Tes
Reviewed 4 days ago

After reading info about this place before going, I imagined that there would be a pathway that meanders all around the island slowly ascending to the fortress at the top. I thought there would be beautiful lush gardens on the way and views all around....More

Thank Richard K
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

This place has so much to offer. Lovely beaches, a lot of history, and a hell walk to get to the citadel on top that gardes dubrovnik port access. I recommend going really early in the morning ( take the first ferry off the old...More

1  Thank Youssef S
Reviewed 4 days ago via mobile

That was our best relax in life. Sea soo deap and blue..soo green wood..peace..no cars..only birds singing..little rabbits..nice restaurants and coctails...

Thank ivanaradic
Reviewed 4 days ago

This was definitely one of the highlights of our trip. Get the ferry from the Old Port and within 10 minutes you're at the island. Stroll around the pathways before taking a dip in the Dead Sea Pool (I'd recommend you bring water shoes!) and...More

Thank Susan M
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Shikhar M
10 August 2017|
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Response from Vanessa B | Reviewed this property |
I Swam in the Dead Sea lake in May it was cold but lots of people went in. Not sure what it would be like in October.
Jessika P
6 August 2017|
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Response from marie b | Reviewed this property |
Unfortunately I'm not sure.
28 July 2017|
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Response from kaylanafaym | Reviewed this property |
Hi! Most of the beaches in Croatia are rocky or contain large pebbles. I suggest bringing good beach shoes for walking there. The large flat rocks are great places for sunbathing. Bring a soft mat if you desire more comfort... More