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Lap ad is around one and a half miles from the old town , we were in the Komodor hotel Lapad, we walked to town and back,nearly every day easy walk really bars and cafes on way, lots of bars and restaurants in Lapad my...More
4 nights in a superior room. Spacious room with great bathroom. Bed comfy. All the things you expect. Tea, coffee, tv, hair dryer. Buffet breakfast. Bus stop next door to old town. Nice views over harbour. A couple of nice resteraunts close by. Pool large....More
We stayed in Lapad and enjoyed its wonderful restaurants, beaches and shops. Its easy to get to the city by bus at any time of the night or day. The locals say Lapad is becoming too commercial. it seems that more high rise hotels are...More
Very nice beach (though we are from Australia and prefer sandy beaches rather than pebble beaches - definitely worth investing in a pair of water shoes). Sunset is very nice as it is over the water. Bring a towel as the deck chairs are prohibitively...More
Good base for staying in Dubrovnik. Lapad has a huge number of hotels and apartments tucked away so plenty of choice for accommodation without it feeling like a mega resort. Plenty of locals and families around.
Lots of places to eat and nice bars looking...More
Nice bay with pebbly beach (beach shoes helpful, though once you are 3/4 m out in the sea, there are nice smooth stones underfoot. Beach very crowded (to be expected as it is August). Loud music coming from speaker system (which actually has speakers hidden...More
The area is a good base for your stay in Dubrovnik. While it is cheaper than the old town, it is a bit of a walk but you can get a bus from the edge of Lapad. The swimming in the area is also pleasurable...More
We stayed on the Lapad peninsula.
Its a great area with a lovely coastal path running from the headland right through to the small town itself.
You pass through some really nice hotels with a myriad of bars and restaurants.
You can also watch the...More
Response from watsonsontour | Reviewed this property |
We didn't go to Babin Kuk, unfortunately, as I was told that was more residential. There are dozens of bars and restaurants in Lapad. Some upmarket hotels too.We had one of best meals of our holiday there. A nice beach and... More
We didn't go to Babin Kuk, unfortunately, as I was told that was more residential. There are dozens of bars and restaurants in Lapad. Some upmarket hotels too.We had one of best meals of our holiday there. A nice beach and safe swimming areas in the sea and a children's swimming area. There is also the famous Cave Bar which is part of the More Hotel. Lovely, but drinks a bit more pricey there. There is a nice walk which takes you on a coastal path past the More Hotel.
Response from Colleen B | Reviewed this property |
Water taxis: We used a water taxi from near the ferry port to Lapad which is just across the water. If you want the beach it is then a 15 min walk from where the water taxi drops you off. The cost is 10kn (about a £1.10) ask... More
Water taxis: We used a water taxi from near the ferry port to Lapad which is just across the water. If you want the beach it is then a 15 min walk from where the water taxi drops you off. The cost is 10kn (about a £1.10) ask for a card from the boatman then you can call him for your return, bear in mind that he only works until around 5pm. Your cheapest way to the Old City will be by bus!