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3/4  Dubrovnik, Croatia

Dubrovnik is one of the most remarkable walled cities in Europe and may be more familiar to young Game of Thrones’ fans, as King’s Landing. Naturally, there are location tours a to try but wandering around the old town, with no particular plan, is just as much of an adventure.

Sun Gardens, just west of Dubrovnik, sets the tone for a family holiday brimming with engaging history, ancient culture, gorgeous cities, and the endless allure of the Adriatic’s loveliest coastline.

Island hopping is almost compulsory in this part of the world; start with the short sail to atmospheric Lokrum for a taste of the tradition. Little seafarers will love canoeing and kayaking around Dubrovnik’s secret coves and caves. Cycling traditional coastal towns and villages is another great family experience, and if you don’t know where to begin, Sun Gardens’ concierges are the local experts to ask.

Sun Gardens

  • Five star resort overlooking the Adriatic, just west of Dubrovnik.
  • Choice of Junior Suites, and Residences for larger families.
  • Marco Polo Kids Club for children from four to 11 years.
  • Sports centre, days out, social activities for teens.
  • Family shows and evening entertainment for kids.
  • 17 restaurants and bars; award-winning Sun Gardens Spa and hammam.
  • The historic walled city of Dubrovnik is 20 minutes’ drive west of the resort.
  • Traditional towns and villages, the Makarska Riviera, and several authentic Adriatic islands, are all with easy reach of Sun Gardens.
  • Seven nights in a Deluxe One Bedroom Residence, with sea view, at Sun Gardens from £4180 per family of three.

Learn more about historic family holidays at Sun Gardens.

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