Cavtat – a town of many palaces, residences and monuments from Roman times is located on the western shores of Konavle.
Underwater Cavtat is the largest underwater site for amphorae in the Adriatic and the Mediterranean. If you take a walk on the waterfront absorbing the scents and sounds of nature, you will enjoy the quiet secluded bays and the exceptional cultural heritage.
Cavtat is located on hilly part of peninsula Rat and is for sure one of the most visited places in south Dalmatia in Dubrovnik area. Cavtat is a town with a long history, it was built during the time of the old Dubrovnik Republic, and many monuments and historical buildings originate from that era.
Most of the architectural monuments originate from periods of Gothic style and Renaissance such as many squares and streets, city walls, the Rector’s palace and St. Nicholas’ church.
It is a hometown of many famous Croats such as painter Vlaho Bukovac and politician and Frano Supilo. Cavtat is a city recognizable by old and narrow streets and passages, famous city walls and stairs, beautiful beaches and many other cultural legacies.