Game of Stones

Icon Of Croatia

Dubrovnik is ringed by 2km of city walls. They deflected jealous empires including Saracens, Venetians and Ottomans. Better still, the fortifications gave Dubrovnik five centuries of freedom, embodied by a one-of-a-kind architecture, literature, culture and cuisine. And today? Step off your charter yacht and try hiking the stone walls at sunrise or sunset. You’ll gaze down on the most visually arresting city on earth.

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Your Guide to Dubrovnik

Dubrovnik Old Tow

Dubrovnik Old Town is a red-roofed maze of monasteries, museums, bars and boutiques. It might look familiar. That’s because the UNESCO-listed streets have stood in for countless shoots including Game of Thrones. House Lannister - fantasy’s most dysfunctional family - founded King’s Landing right here. Using a specialist guide gives you access to behind-the-scenes palaces and baroque churches. You can also follow the film trail to Lokrum Island. Once a prison island for Richard the Lionheart, it’s now the fictional City of Qarth.

Islands. Forests. Clear Waters.

It’s hard to escape Dubrovnik. Just ask Sansa Stark. Start by taking the cable car to the city heights. Then ascend on foot to Fort Strincjera for Nikon views that stretch 50 miles. From here the Konavle Valley comes alive with orchards, vineyards, almond trees and figs, before it tumbles into the Adriatic. Head back in a fast tender for a massage back on board.

Experience The Vibrant Colours Of Dubrovnik

Charter a yacht in Dubrovnik and enjoy epic views - it was built to awe seabourne arrivals. By using kayaks and SUPs, take an aquatic history lesson as you paddle under the city walls. Your crew will pack masks and snorkels to spot red mullet near Fishmarket Gate. And a cool bag of soft drinks to keep those paddles moving.