The beach at the left side of the wall is perfect for young people because there is music from a nearby bar, the water is warm and amazing, too.. Highly recommended. At night the entrance to the bar is free. The tour takes nearly 2 hours and its best to go in the morning in the sun, it´s very pretty.
If you visit the Dalmatian coast in Croatia, I recommended that you go to Korcula. If you've been to Dubrovnik before, it's best to rent a car, as there's only one bus that goes there, and it only goes once a day. From Dubrovnik you can get to Korcula in just over two hours. The roads are narrow but it will be an unforgettable trip with the Sea Dalmatian an exotic emerald colour. You'll have to go to the town of Orebic and from there, take the car ferry linking the peninsula with Korcula Orebic, where they say the traveler Marco Polo was born. In fact, you can visit the house where he was born. Korcula is a small medieveal fishing village. The Land Gate will give you a good welcome to the historic center. Leave your travel guide to one side, and devote yourself to walking and enjoying the breeze.
Šunj Beach is located on the island of Lopud, Dubrovnik along. It's a good place to come and spend the day outside the bustling city, and relax in the warm sea (25 degrees). To reach the island, first you have to take a ferry from Dubrovnik modern port, and once in port, you have to walk about 20 minutes or so in order to reach the beach. From here the path is not paved and cannot be accessed by vehicles. Then walk between the two hills which form the island of Lopud. You can by golf cart, (I do not know how much they charge), or rent a bike to go a little faster. On the beach there is a restaurant, a bar, and a bathroom to wash after swimming in the sea. Many ships come through the day as the bay is sheltered from the wind. It is a great place, but on the particular day that we went, it was a little overcrowded.
Cavtat (pronounced Tzavtat) is a fantastic holiday destination to spend a few days relaxing in the south of Croatia, 20 minutes drive from the bustling Dubrovnik. The town is in the central part of the peninsula of Rat, but the area on the right of the people with a view to Dubrovnik is known as the "Bay of Tiha". This beach is accessible in many places, we came from the center of Cavtat, taking the street on the right just before you get to the bus station. From there, in about 10 minutes, you stand on the beach Tiha Bay. To say that this beach is right across from a huge hotel chain Iberostar (I think Albatros), so that the "recliners" and "umbrellas" are from the hotel and always present. So everything is a 100% public beach. The other way to access the beach road is pulling casualties from the main road Cavtat Cavtat-Dubrovnik, instead of going towards the cento of Cavtat, you have to pull to the right, I think the hotels are on the same road. The beach is typical pebble beach Croatia, costs a little piedrillas come by, but then, once you walk a few meters, this beach had sand background, curious. The best thing about this beach is its cleanliness, the colorful touches that give the pebbles, water cleanliness and above all, the stunning scenery of the Bay of Tiha with their right hand high mountains and crystal clear waters in front of Cavtat. Nice for snorkeling, especially if you dive in the area to the left of the beach, right in the area where there is a pier and some rocky outcrops. Moreover, the orientation of the beach is also good, so even that the sun hides behind the peninsula of Rat, the sun is assured. You see, a beach super quiet in which to rest quietly in front of a bay simply spectacular.
Lumbarda is a small village located near Korcula. You can enjoy authentic Dalmatian stone coves. The material extracted from these coves is a material that has been used to build, for example, rooms in The White House and the Royal Palace in Stockholm.
Clear water, Lumbarda is the ideal place to practice snorkeling. Just do not forget good river sandals to protect you from sea urchins.
The entrance to this beach helps you guess what you will find in it. It's a pristine beach surrounded by lush forests. It is important to go in the hours that the sun is at its highest. After 6:00 the beach is well hidden and the sea doesn't have that same enchantment.