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Southern Dalmatia is one of the oldest travel destinations in Europe and offers numerous island holiday and travel possibilities. The main tourist destinations in Southern Dalmatia are Dubrovnik, Cavtat, Klek, and the Peljesac Peninsula. The city of Dubrovnik is the seat of the Dubrovnik Neretva County and a tourist center of Southern Dalmatia and Croatia. It is a city full of historical and cultural heritage and lies under the protection of UNESCO. Preserved cultural and historical architecture and tourist industry have made Dubrovnik one of the most visited cities of the Adriatic. The Old Town of Dubrovnik is surrounded by a monumental city wall which is 1940 m long and 25 m high. Cavtat is located some 20 km south of Dubrovnik, and is a well-known tourist destination due to a wide variety of private accommodation, villas, Dubrovnik apartments, pansions, campsites and hotels. Klek is a town located on the north-western part of the bay, near the town of Neum. Near Klek lie the towns Duboka and Komarna with their picturesque beaches. The Peljesac Peninsula, together with Istria, is the largest peninsula on the Adriatic coast.
Islands of Southern Dalmatia are Korcula, Mljet, Lastovo and the Elafit islands. Tourism on the island of Korcula has a long tradition, and its inhabitants are involved in wine growing, fishing and tourism. According to legend, the famous sailor Marco Polo came from Korcula. The island of Mljet is one of the islands with the most vegetation on the Adriatic. One third of the island of Mljet was declared a National Park due to its exceptional natural beauty, richness in fauna and flora, numerous beaches, fish and lobster grounds, as well as its many cultural and historical monuments which make this island an attractive tourist destination. The island of Lastovo is separated from Korcula by the Lastovo Channel. Among its lime-stone hills, there are rocky fields as well as several caves, Raca being the largest. Along the north-eastern coast of Lastovo there are some 40 uninhabited islands and cliffs which are called the Lastovo Archipelago. The Elafit islands are located in the immediate vicinity of Dubrovnik on the west, and are part of the Dubrovnik archipelago. The Elafiti (Greek for: stag islands) are closely related to Dubrovnik and its history.
The cultural highlights and natural beauty of Hvar, Mljet, Dubrovnik, and Korcula make southern Dalmatia a great sailing itinerary. Most people prefer the southern coast of Croatia for sailing, since the weather can be sunnier, warmer and more stable than in the north.