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Island of Lokrum

Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Dubrovnik, Croatia
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Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We have visited Dubrovnik many times and although we have kayaked around the island we had never visited before. There is some amazing scenery to be seen. Secluded beaches with crystal clear seas, great restaurants, beautiful natural pool and rock arches etc. The peacocks and...More

Thank Glenn C
Reviewed yesterday

But not secret anymore! Lokrum island is also known as Emerald island for its rich flora and fauna. The island is a great day out from Dubrovnik, and a place to escape the crazy tourist crowd from the city. Just hop on one of the...More

Thank AnuSrinath
Reviewed yesterday

We definitely wish we'd budgeted more time to explore Lokrum! Spend a full day here, if you go. This island is a gem - so many areas to explore, and it is well preserved and authentic!

Thank Breanne D
Reviewed yesterday

If in Dubrovnik it is well worth a visit to this island, indeed would go as far as to say it is a must! Prepare to spend at least 6 hours on the island, wear good walking shoes and go and explore otherwise you will...More

Thank RnWP
Reviewed yesterday via mobile

We had a full five hours on the island. We enjoyed the wildlife, the beaches, the fort, and the Dead Sea. My husband saw a bear in the Botanical Gardens. (The Gardens themselves looked a bit tired, but a notice on the gate told us...More

Thank ClaireandTerry
Reviewed yesterday

It takes only a 15 minute trip from the mainland. However, this island is a beauty and very relaxing. It is also suitable for young children. Who wouldn't like to see peacocks running around and so undisturbed by visitors. The bay, the gardens, the island's...More

Thank anto1756
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

We took the 15 minute ferry to the island and had a wonderful day - swam in the salty lake, sat by the sea on beautiful rocks with rock pools , saw peacocks and rabbits / had delicious lunch, visited the Benedictine monastery and walked...More

1  Thank susannejohnson
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Easy day trip from Dubrovnik old port. Find a boat with Lokrum on it and pay them directly...avoid all the other sellers. Short boat ride. We enjoyed a nice lunch in the cloisters, and final cocktails in the cafe before the boat back. Most of...More

1  Thank Ljatellesmere
Reviewed 2 days ago

Really enjoyed our day here and seeing the small exhibitions, hope the botantical garden does recover as it was not looking its best, though it did apologise! We had a nice meal here but it was expensive so recommend a picnic as you could then...More

Thank lvb_primrose
Reviewed 2 days ago via mobile

Really nice, looks like a jungle. You can take a boat there from the city Must go when you in Dubrovnik

Thank Avital L
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28 July 2017|
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Response from Ljatellesmere | Reviewed this property |
There are no sandy beaches, I'm afraid. Of course this makes the water all the more clear and refreshing. You'll have to find s relatively flat rock somewhere. But if you find the kayak-hire spot, there are wooden platforms... More
Sharon M
20 June 2017|
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Response from Ilona L | Reviewed this property |
The admission to Lokrum is 120 kunas including the boat trip from the Old Town. For children (5-15) 20 kunas. You can buy tickets in the old harbour, and this is the official Lokrum boat. If you take a taxi boat, you'll... More
7 June 2017|
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Response from Sarah F | Reviewed this property |
We had a gorgeous lunch at the Lacroma restaurant on the island, it was a lovely meal with nice wine and very reasonable.