Sunday, 21 October 2007


Cavtat, south east of Dubrovnik and close to the airport, was one of our favourite towns in Southern Dalmatia. It's much easier to clear customs here than in Dubrovnik, if you're entering Croatian waters from Montenegro. The port has good facilities and is popular with the superyachts. The town itelf is charming and unspoilt with plenty of restaurants.

You'll need to read Chapter 8 for the full details, useful information, navigation, berthing notes and a port plan but in this, and subsequent postings, we'll be highlighting some of the very special places that are included in the Cruising Companion.

1 comment:

Jane Cody said...

Thanks to Mike for the first comment on this blog, via email. Mike agrees that Cavtat is a better place to clear through customs than Gruz, Dubrovnik but says he was charged 150 kunas (about £10) to anchor there for a night.