have a family home just inside the medival city walls of Dubrovnik.
Down the street is the Cathedral, next to the Café Troubadour, with
live jazz in the evenings; across from it is the Rectors Palace
museum, which is also used for concerts ect. Next we have one of
the oldest theatres in Croatia, the City Coffee House and a cinema.
Boats to the nearby island of Lokrum, run from May through October
and taxi-boats all the year round. Swimming facilities are within
a 500m radius; a morning dip from the rocks to the near- by local
beach with full facilities. The green market is nearby selling produce
picked the day before in our local valley, and fresh fish can be
bought at the fish market in the harbour almost on the doorstep.
Our theatre has performances all year round except in July through
to early September when Dubrovnik hosts an international festival
of concerts, dance and theatre. Many cafés are scattered around
the town, as are a few discotheques and night clubs. Life is leisurely,
there are good restaurants, many that we can recommend.