Spending a week or two traveling around Croatia is a dream summer trip, and Dubrovnik is a must-see for most travelers. From exploring the walled Old Town to beach-hopping along the Dalmation Coast, the Croatian capital offers so many delicious sights and flavors — plus it makes an excellent base for day-tripping through the Balkans.
Like anywhere, having a good time in Dubrovnik starts with finding the right place to stay, be it the bustling city center or the quieter coast. Dubrovnik Airbnbs can skew on the pricey side — much like those in any European travel darling — but have no fear: there are plenty of ways to save money in Dubrovnik that make booking your ideal Airbnb worth it. Check out these dreamy Dubrovnik Airbnbs to find the right one for you.
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Perfect for a family of four or two couples, this two-floor, two-bedroom villa in Dubrovnik has one bedroom and a private bathroom on each floor of the house, promising privacy in addition to charmingly decorated communal spaces including a fully equipped kitchen. The villa’s star feature is the rooftop terrace, which showcases beautiful views of the Old Town Harbor and makes the perfect backdrop for an al fresco breakfast or breezy nightcap. The villa’s location is excellent, as well — steps from the Ploče Gate, Dubrovnik’s eastern entrance, and minutes from Stradun, the main street that runs through Dubrovnik’s Old Town.
If you like an accommodation that not only has a great location and nice amenities but is also dripping in style, this is the Dubrovnik Airbnb for you. Centrally located near the Stradun street, this one-bedroom apartment comes with high ceilings, frescoes, large windows, and stained-glass details that lend it a sense of grandeur, not to mention a 300-plus-square-foot terrace that makes it an enviable find. Entering the apartment via the stone steps and arches of the Old Town is like taking a trip back in time before being met with modern-day luxuries such as air-conditioning, which can be a rarity in European apartments.
East of Dubrovnik’s Old Town, there’s a coveted neighborhood called Ploče where many of the city’s finest hotels and rentals are located, including this two-bedroom apartment called Skywalker Royal. The infinity-esque pool, together with the spacious seating area on the patio, is a highlight of the property, although Lokrum Island and its beaches are a little over a mile away from the property if you want to plan a swimming excursion. Inside, you’ll love the elegant decor, complete with plush furniture and unique lighting that gives the apartment a warm glow.
Luxurious inside and out, this two-bedroom Airbnb has unbeatable views of the Adriatic Sea, Old Town, and Lokrum Island. The apartment itself is designed for maximum comfort, with elevator access, two expertly appointed bedrooms, a large flat-screen TV, high-speed internet, and garage parking for guests. Though the lavish interior definitely screams romantic or splurgy getaway, the apartment is also fit for families, with space for four guests split between the two queen beds in the bedrooms, plus a crib and pack ‘n play available for younger kids.
Set in the cliffs high above the Adriatic Sea, this three-bedroom villa is located about six miles outside of Dubrovnik’s center in a sleepy yet charming village called Orašac. There, guests have access to peace, quiet, and stunning sea views from a verdant property that’s nestled in a garden, particularly from the terrace where you can sunbathe, dine in the shade, or swim in the pool. The villa comprises two apartments that have separate entrances and bedrooms with ensuite bathrooms. The fully equipped kitchen is located in the larger section. You and your family or large group of friends have everything you need to enjoy a memorable vacation on site, but you can also reach local restaurants in Zaton Bay in a couple of minutes.
Three bedrooms, eight guests Price per night: $217
Warm tones, wood accents, cozy furnishings, and big bay windows give this two-bedroom loft a look that’s as glowy as Dubrovnik at sunset. Located at the border between Old Town and Ploče, steps from the Ploče gate, the apartment shows off views that stretch from the walled city to the port and Lokrum Island, especially from the terrace. All of Dubrovnik’s major attractions and beaches are located within walking distance, including Banje Beach, St. Jakob’s Beach, and the cable car that takes you up Mount Srđ for even more panoramic vistas.
This bright and bohemian apartment a few minutes from Old Town gives off real Secret Garden vibes, thanks to the hidden vine-covered terrace. The apartment is located in a residential area that guarantees serenity, particularly during summer when Dubrovnik is experiencing peak tourism, but Banje Beach is only a minute away while Old Town is closer to five minutes away. Guests also have access to the insights and generosity of the superhost who’s happy to arrange anything from restaurant recommendations to transfers upon request.
Many Dubrovnik Airbnbs boast locations in Old Town, but one of the best things about this one-bedroom apartment is its peaceful perch overlooking Lapad Bay. There’s a seaside promenade just outside of the apartment, which puts guests in walking distance to lovely bars, shops, and restaurants, and beaches, including gorgeous Sunset Beach. Cave Bar More, a destination drinking spot, is located right next door to the apartment in Hotel More, where you’ll also find a delicious restaurant called Tamuntana, as well as a tasty pastry shop. When you’re back home after a busy day of exploring the city, head to the balcony of your seaside escape to listen to the soothing waves as you take in the breathtaking views.
Two historic religious sites, St. Andrew’s Church and St. Mark’s Cathedral, mark the location of this newly renovated studio apartment. Because the apartment on the ground floor in the heart of the Old Town, you can feel the pulse of Dubrovnik whether you’re lounging amid the stone walls of the studio, admiring archeological sites from the shared terrace in front of the apartment building, or meandering down the Stradun street a stone’s throw away. A great choice for solo travelers or low-key couples, the apartment is equipped with a small kitchenette.