Cavtat Travel Guide
Cavtat Local History
Once the ancient Roman town of Epidaurium which was plundered by Avars this town has many reminders of its ancient history that can be viewed today.Some of these include Roman sanctuaries, a theatre and Mithra's sanctuaries.
This pretty port also has some interesting shipwrecks that could tell many a story.
Baltazar Bogisic Collection - visit the 16th century Counts Palace to view the many paintings and collections on view.
Racic Mausoleum - situated on the hilltop nearby, this building was designed by the famous Croatian sculptor, Ivan Mestrovic. To view his less somber work, visit the gallery in Zagreb.
Franciscan Monastery - take a walk to the end of the seafront and tred the hallowed floors of this 15th century building.
Posejdon The most beautiful sunset in Adriatic. You can enjoy a lunch served under the pine trees, directly on the sea front. Dinner can get even more romantic. Friendly service and budget prices, wide range of simple meals ( from pizza, salads, grilled meat and fish ). Children friendly.
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Cavtat Restaurants and Bars
Kolona - Put Tiha-The fish is fresh and grilled to perfection while you enjoy the sea view from the terrace from 9am to midnight.
Taverna Damizana - between the Albatross and Epidaurus hotels. Viby live Dalamatian music to accompany the sound of delicious crabs being cracked open and scoffed. Perfect for seafood, with a view of the harbour that can be enjoyed from 11am to midnight.
Leut - Traumbicev Put 11- Named after a 17th century boat, let this be a gastronomical voyage from 11am to 12pm with specialities risotto, crabs and carpacio.
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