Bali, The Ultimate 7 day Guide


Community_800px_filled_blueBali is the destination you’ve been waiting for if you’re looking for adventure, instagramable photo scenes, amazing temples and great food diversity. With this guide, I will explain what we did in just 7 days on our first visit to the “Paradise Island”.

You have to consider that your days will start at 7am (or ealier depending on your jetlag) and will probably end at 9pm.

Day 1 – Uluwatu & Balangan beach

Since you probably landed in Denpasar airport, it’s best to stay in the area of Canggu, as it has lots of great accomodations and it is also very close to some beautiful sites.

We stayed at a wonderful villa we found at Berawa Beach Estate. There we had a wonderful pool by ourselves and an awesome continental breakfast every morning!

Our first day we rented a scooter as it is the most convenient and cheap way to move around Bali.

We headed to the south of Canggu, to visit the temple of Uluwatu.  This temple is located almost 1 hour away by bike and it is known to be one of the six most sacred temples in Bali. The place is fantastic as you can see the temple over a cliff near the sea and I can imagine the sunset is beautiful there!

Uluwatu Temple view

In this place you can have lunch for only 2$ and it is pretty decent.

After visiting Uluwatu for 2 hours, we decided to go to Jimbaran beach to see the sunset as it was close by and they had really recommended this place on the Lonely Planet book of Bali. However, once we got to Jimbaran beach, we saw it was very dirty and full of abandoned boats like if there had been a huricane or something, but it hadn’t.

So, I looked on TripAdvisor other close sites to see, and we found Balangan beach. I can guarantee that if you see the sunset in this place you will absolutly enjoy it!

Balangan Beach
Balangan Beach
Balangan Beach
Balangan Beach

After a long day remebering how to ride a scooter again and fighting against jetlag, we headed back to our villa in Canggu to rest a bit.

Day 2 – Canggu & Tanah Lot

We decided to discover the beautiful city of Canggu as we were already there and we had realised there were many things to see. In Canggu there is a very active social life. Many cafes, restaurants and shops that you can experience, at this surfer’s paradise!

We had a good & healthy lunch in Nüde restaurant, then we drove to Tanah Lot temple. It is only 20 minutes away from the area of Canggu by scooter.

Pura Tanah Lot, as it is officially known, is one of the most sacred temples in Bali along with Uluwatu. This place is very well know for its temples built in rocks in the sea. It is very peculiar to see and it is even more spectacular to see the sunset there.


Day 3 –

Day 4

Day 5

Day 6

Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida

Nusa Penida
Can you spot me?

Nusa Penida

To go to Nusa Penida, its best if you book the fast boat in advance rather than the day before. This will avoid you paying extra money!

Not sure if you noticed, but I got a major sun burn on my neck, arms and legs!!

Pack some sunscreen!

After another peaceful night in our Hotel Grand Palace Bali the next day, was going to be a shopping and relaxing day in Canggu!

Day 7 – Canggu, pool time & shopping

Off course on every trip there has to be some relax. Our way of relax is simple, wake up late, eat a good breakfast, rest by the pool, siesta, and shopping in the afternoon!

Canggu is the perfect city for you to do all that, and more! As we mentioned before, Canggu is full of nice restaurants were you can eat anything for a few bucks!

Also, there are some really good clothes brands which I never heard about before, that I really like now. Atila & CO per exemple!

Not much left for this trip! If you have some questions, feel free to leave a comment and let me know your thoughts!

Also, you can find me on Instagram as @acecoolture go check my profile and follow my new adventures!


Peace & out!

Adventure, Explore & Culture

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How to spend 10 days in Cuba


Lonely PlanetWelcome back! I haven’t been posting anything since my last post of Croatia given a new job opportunity I’m working on. Now I’m very excited to share with you my recent adventure in Cuba!!

Travelling to Cuba can be the adventure you dreamed off! Specially, if your idea of adventure is to explore beautiful cities, hike through a jungle  or jump on a boat to go to a lost Cayo in the Caribbean sea!

Before you go to Cuba, there are a couple of things you need to consider:

  1. You need to buy a tourist VISA  that costs around 24€. I found a webpage that does it and they mail it to you in a couple of days (notice I said mail and not email jejeje). Find this webpage in this link: VISA FOR CUBA
  2. Also, it is very important to buy a health insurance. It seems very common that you get a stomach ache if you try any drink with ice. Not really sure why it happens but, the cost is not high and you can get good medical attention.

Once you have  your tourist visa and health insurance, you are good to go!


Personally, I like to plan our trips around 2 months before departure. I heard somewhere, that flights cost lower until 52 days before the departure date. After that period, they seem to increase every monday. So yes, you probably figured out I booked on Sunday 🙂


Regarding Hotels, I cannot recommend a time to book in advance, as it depends if its high or low season. Also, for this trip, we decided to only book hotels during our first nights in La Habana and leave the rest as part of the adventure.


In Cuba, it is very common to sleep in people’s houses called “Casas Particulares” or Private homes. These are normal houses that locals adapt for tourist, and they offer every service a hostal or B&B could have. I really recommend this option for tight budgets and even for the experience itself. The cost can go from 15 to 40 CUC (Cuban Peso), which is around 12 to 35€ per night.

There are some webs where you can find these particular houses, but, I recommend to book them once you’re there or to look at the ones of the Lonely Planet Book of Cuba (I got this as birthday present in July…coincidence?) 😆

Enough chat!!! Our adventure began in…

La Habana



First thing you want to do when you land in Cuba is change your chip. Get ready to be surprised, amazed and deceived.

Second thing you should do is change your money. In Cuba, there are 2 local currencies, CUC & CUP.

CUC, is the most used one and you normally get an exchange rate of 1€ = 1,14 CUCs.

CUP, is the currency in which the locals get their salary with 1 CUC = 25 CUPS.

We didn’t exchange any amount in CUPs just because we thought we wouldn’t need any and it was fine the whole trip.

The office to exchange currency is just outside the terminal. There is a cue that takes you around 20 minutes. It is probably smart if someone waits for the suitcase and the other goes to exchange money, everything can take you 20 min each.

Alright! Now you have money in your pockets and you are looking for a taxi, right? Well, Cuba is also special for that. There are normal taxis and “taxi colectivo”, which means a collective taxi or some type of Uber Pool, but without the app in your mobile.

However, at the airport we didn’t see any taxi colectivo and we went with the regular yellow ones. We paid 30 CUC for a ride to the center of La Habana.

Tip: Ask for the total cost of the ride before!

I heard there are buses that get you to the city center for 2 CUCs but, depends on the time you arrive, for us it was too late (22:00).

We made our first stop at a very nice boutique hotel in the area of Vedado called La Reserva Vedado. We chose this place as it seemed very peaceful and we wanted to enjoy a relaxed ambient during our first night. Simon, the owner, was very kind from the begining and also his staff. The hotel has design touches of minimalism with a little art deco, combined with a colonial-type arquitecture.


Breakfast is full of everything you could imagine in the Caribbean: mango juices, french toasts, tropical fruit and excellent coffee and tea. You can also order any type of omelet or scrambeled eggs.


There is a lady at La Reserva called Susel, who also helped us arranging our transports to the other locations we wanted to visit.

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The next morning  we started our exploration and we went to the Necropolis of Cristobal Colon. Once, the discoverer was burried there, but the Spanish authorities claimed his body back to Spain. The entrance, is 5 CUC, and I have to say, I’m not a big fan of graves, but I wanted to take a picture I really liked.


Our next stop was “La plaza de la Revolución”, the official translation would be “The Revolution square”. This is where you can see 2 huge drawings of Ernesto Che Guevara and Camilo Cienfuegos.

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In that same square there is a huge tower that you can visit. The entrance is worth 1 CUC and if you take the elevator to the top it’s 3 CUC more. There are nice views from above and it is a good way to see La Habana and all the different districts.

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Going away from the Revolution square, you can get lost through La Habana vieja, which is the old part of the city. There you can find colorfull streets full of artists and musicians that will cheer you up!💃🏼


Time for a drink! To enjoy a cold beer or cocktail, you can go to the new hotel in the city, The Kempinsky Gran Manzana. There is a nice rooftop bar with an infinity pool with excellent views of The Capitol.


If you continue walking towards the Capitol, the street in front has many colorfull houses which I’m sure you’ve seen in some tour guides. It is a bit difficult and dangerous to take a great photo given there is traffic around you and you need to stop between the two lanes.


It is very easy to get lost in the little streets of La Habana vieja (Old Habana) and bump into scenes like this one…

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Next to the little streets in La Habana vieja you can find the chinese district. We didn’t really go in and explore but, the ambient there is very nice with many low cost food options.


Following the chinese district and almost about to finish our first day, we went to the famous Malecon. This is a concrete barrier in the sea shore of La Habana, that prevents the waves to go over it.

It is a must visit at sunset/sunrise, as you prefer. In front you can see El Morro, which is an ancient Spanish fortress when los conquistadores use to be here.


After enjoying a beautiful sunset at El Malecon, we went to our next boutique hotel in Old La Habana.

Revolution boutique hotel is located in the very heart of La Habana, near a very popular street called Obispo. This great boutique hotel has 4 rooms and each one of them expresses comfort and relax.


At the Revolution hotel you will find peace in this active district. The staff is very kind and hospital. We really enjoyed the tropical breakfast with fresh squeezed passion fruit juice! The rooms are very comfy, specially the bed.


What I enjoyed the most is having a nice cup of coffee in the mini garden type terrace.

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The next morning we grabbed a shared taxi and went to Trinidad. Usually, shared taxis have other travellers, but, for some reason we went on our own. It costed us 100 CUC and it took us 4 hours from La Habana.



Trinidad is a beautifull colonial city. The best conserved colonial city in Latin America! Many people are shocked by their nice buildings when they arrive, and I must say, it feels like if you go back in time like 50 years.

The town itself is not very big and the streets have this little stones all over the road, which feels a bit uncomfortable to walk in sandals.

Trinidad is full of colorfull houses and nice restaurants to eat almost any type of food.

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Really nice streets to have a stroll and enjoy the colorfull views of the city!

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In Trinidad there are 2 wifi spots only. To get internet acces you have to buy an internet card at the ETECSA store (phone company) and with a code you enter it and you can connect. However, there are 100 people connecting to the same wifi and speed is something you need to remove from your expectations. The cost of 1 hour is 1 CUC (1,00$)

The next morning we hired a shared taxi with some new friends and we went to a beach called Playa Ancon.

The ride was 4 CUC each couple and it took us only 20 min to get there.

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Playa Ancón was very calm, not many tourist there and you could go under an umbrela for free.

Later, there was a beach bar that you could have lunch, it wasn’t super great quality, but we enjoyed it.

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Endless white sand beaches to enjoy nice strolls!

By mid afternoon, we went back with another shared cab. That day, we decided to visit all the little streets we didn’t see at the begining and suddenly, we turned into a street full of artists sharing their paintings and other pieces of art!

I have to say we already had the idea of buying a little cuban painting but…I wasn’t expecting to fall in love at first sight😍. This huge painting of a little cuban boy smiling like if there was no tomorrow, struck me to my deepest feelings.

I promise I will share a photo once I’m able to buy a frame, but I’m still looking for the best one.


After two days in Trinidad of good food, great ambient and very kind people, we took a bus to Cienfuegos!

The regular line that goes there is called Viazul. The ride costs 6 CUC and it takes around 1 hour. Check out their fares and routes here.



We decided to stay only 1 day in Cienfuegos as we didn’t see many spectacular sights in our Lonely Planet guide. However, I must say, the city itself has a french touch fruit from the first settlers back in the 1800’s.

In Cienfuegos, there is an active night life towards the bay called “Punta Gorda”, where most of the hotels are. We went to watch the sunset there and then we also had dinner in a restaurant close to the bay.


To move around Cienfuegos , it is easier to grab a tricycle, they are a bit slow, but they will take you almost anywhere for 2 CUC. We decided to grab one and we went to Punta Gorda to watch the sunset.
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This view was from one of the buildings in the square which is transformed as a museum. To visit the building costs 1 cuc and as you can see you have great views from above.
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As I was saying, we went to Punta gorda to enjoy of a beautifull sunset while sipping a Mojito. Sadly, that Mojito made me sick for the next 2 days. I mentioned it at the begining of this post, if you order a cocktail or even a glass of water, make sure you ask how are the ice cubes made. Unless they specify they are made with bottled water, ask to remove the icecubs from your drinks.
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Next morning, in order to avoid a long trip from Cienfuegos to our next stop, Viñales, we decided to grab a taxi. It only cost us 50 CUC and it took us 4 hours to get there. By bus, it is probably cheaper, but, it takes longer and in my situation, I preferred to be able to stop.


Viñales is known for the tabaco fields, the red soil and the beautiful landscapes. We stayed in Viñales for 2 nights, but I can guarantee I could have stayed 1 week.

On our arrivial, we met Doña Hilda, I would say the best shared house in Viñales but, we only went to 1. However, I can say it was the best shared house we rented in Cuba!

Doña Hilda is a lady over her 50’s that has a house with 4 individual rooms, right at the entrance of Viñales. Ana, her grand daughter, took care of us the whole time. She noticed I was feeling sick, so they adapted the meals for me.

That first day, we had like 4 hours left of light so, we decided to do the tour through the valley. You can either do it by horse (typical) or walking, which is a 3 hour hike with lots of photo spots.


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After a long day on the road sick, and 3 hour tour through the fields of Viñales, it was time for some rest.

Next morning we decided to visit Cayo Levisa. Many people recommended this one day trip from Viñales, and I must say it is was definetly worth it. In the center of tourism in Viñales, you can buy a 1 day tour to Cayo Levisa for 35 cuc each. First, you take a 1 hour bus to the coast, and then you grab a mini boat that takes 30 min to the island.

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Cayo Levisa is this, white sand beaches with not many people. There is also an hotel in the island, which in my opinion, as there isn’t much to do there.

Sadly, this was our last day in Cuba, so I hope you have enjoyed this post and you are now adding Cuba on your bucket list 😉

Please let me know your comments and any questions you might need to know for your trip –>


@ACECOOLTUREHave a great day and thanks for reading!



Best tips to visit DUBROVNIK!!


Lonely PlanetDubrovnik is full of life and adventures!! You might want to check these tips before you go there!!

My girlfriend and I went for a quick 4-day visit to Dubrovnik in July, and besides the hot temperatures, I must say, I have been surprised by this city and the people living here in a very positive way.

First, let me mention that Croatia was accepted in the European Union the 1st of July of 2013. This is really important to know and to keep in mind while in Croatia. It’s only been 4 years since they’ve entered the Euro Zone, and this means that people are still not used to talking in another currency than theirs (Kuna).

With this post I will try to tell you my experience in Dubrovnik so you can avoid running around like a chicken with no head!

1. Money Exchange

Once at the airport, you will notice a huge line of people at the Currency Exchange desk trying to exchange money. My advice here is: Don’t!


The exchange rate at the airport is around 25% higher compared to the rates of any local bank in the city. We ended up at this enormous line of people paying 20€ more than the local bank we went afterwards.

The reason for this is simple, if someone tells you that you’re going to a country with not much integration with the Euro, once you’re there, you’ll want to change all your budget as quick as possible to avoid getting high quotations in Euros, Dollars, or Pounds.

In fact, it’s not a bad idea to change some money at the airport, but only the exact amount that a taxi or bus will cost you!

There are local banks open untill late afternoon that will get you a better exchange rate than at the airport. They are not hard to find!

Here is a link to the OTP Bank in case you want to check their rates.

2. Transportation

Getting around the area of Dubrovnik is quite easy, however, the information you will find on the web is mainly on Blogs. Google Maps has no public transportation coverage yet (July 2017) in Dubrovnik.

My girlfriend and I decided to stay at a town near by called Cavtat. It is a town 5km away from the airport and at 22 km from Dubrovnik.

We read on a Blog post that is was quite easy to go from the airport to Cavtat with a local bus that would cost us around 50 Kunas each – around 7€ per person – but, once at the airport, they told us the service stops at 12:00 PM. So…screw! Taxi service from the airport to Cavtat is worth 120 Kunas – 16€ –

Car rentals are a good option, but we decided to move around by bus. Local buses cover most of the area of Dubrovnik. One way trip from Cavtat to Dubrovnik is 25 Kunas each – 3,30€ – so, we decided to move around by bus and save the extra money that a motorcycle or a car rental would cost you.

Another good option if you’re in Cavtat is the ferry. It costs 100 kunas each – 13,50€ – and the return ticket from Dubrovnik or Lokrum Island is included. If you’re in Croatia during the summer, you’ll want to consider fresh option like the ferry!!

So, take the bus or the ferry!! Here is a link to a popular company that does the route: Adriana Ferries.


3. Where to Sleep

Dubrovnik during the summer is packed! We were not too sure to do the trip for this reason, but, we decided to explore towns nearby as the adriatic coast has one of the most beautiful sea colors i’ve ever seen!!

Cavtat, is a city 22 km away from Dubrovnik that offers a nice bay area, cool swimming spots, nice sunsets and cozy apartments that you can rent at a very reasonable price.

Cavtat harbour area

We booked via Expedia a round trip of 4 nights 5 days as it was a lot more cheaper than other usual options like AirBnb, Booking, Trivago or Kayak + Skyscanner.

Our apartments were “Nina apartments”, in the top of the hill of Cavtat. You can check them out here: Nina Apartments.

Apartments in Cavtat are between 25€ to 60€ per night depending on the time of the year you go. It is very important to book with 20 days of advance as they have no more than 4-5 rooms each and they get booked very fast during high season.

4. Where to Eat

The area of Dubrovnik and Cavtat is full of restaurants and take-away bars where you will find a big variety of options.

As many tourist destinations, you could expect to have high prices for coffee or sandwiches but, in fact, this place has very reasonable prices.

When we did a day trip to Dubrovnik, we ate at a restaurant inside the old town that was very nice. For 2 sandwiches and 2 lemonades we spent around 150 Kunas – 20€ -. If you want more fancy stuff,  there are plenty of restaurants that offer super duper menus with fresh fish or nice meat, but, we went for the low cost options this time.

Another way to eat is to buy slices of pizza or take away sandwiches at the different food stands you will find. Usually, you’ll spend between 40 to 80 kunas – 5€ to 10€ –

In case you want to check out some cheap restaurants here’s a list from TripAdvisor:

Best Cheap restaurants in Dubrovnik

5. Places of Interest

There are plenty of activites you can do in Dubrovnik and the area around it! Water sports, city tours, turquoise water beaches, Island trips and even a Cable car trip to the top of Mount Srd! I’ve selected the ones I found MUST-VISIT:

Dubrovnik city tour

Dubrovnik is a city with a lot of history, the Kingdom of Ragusa as it was known for decades offers 2 different parts: The old town and the modern part.

The old town is where you will find all these terracota rooftops so typical to see from any photos of the city. Game of Thrones chose this destination because its beautiful location and fortified walls around the old city. For us, the perfect day was to get lost inside the walls of the old town and discover cool photo spots! And the most important thing, it’s free! (unless you choose to pay a 150 kunas – 20€ – to walk on top of the walls). We obviously chose not to..

There are many monuments and places of interest you can see inside the city walls, I discovered an app right before our trip that helps you plan your route in many cities in the world: Visit a city .  Maybe many people know about this app, but I just thought it was very usefull! (not receiveing any compensation from them).

Dubrovnik’s Harbour

Inside the walls
Outside the walls – swimming spot

Dubrovnik Cable Car

If you want to explore the city from above, you have the option to grab a Cable car and go to Mount Srd and enjoy the beautiful views of the Old City.  Check out the Cable car website to know their updated prices: Dubrovnik Cable Car

If you prefer the cheap option, there is also the possibility to go up Mount Srd hiking. I read a very nice review from this hike, but at this time of the year it was too hot to spend 1 and a half hour hiking uphill. Read this blog post about it: Mount Srd Hike

They say the views from up there are amazing!!


There are a lot of beautiful beaches in Dubrovnik and the afeas around it. We went to 3 beaches recommended by the locals.

Banje Beach is located outside Dubrovnik and it is very easy to access. After exiting the city walls from the south point, you walk like 10 minutes and there are these stairs that go down the beach very well indicated.

It is a little rocks beach were you can lay your towel and you won’t feel much. You have the option to rent a hammock if you want, although the hammock zone and the free zone are separated by a bar. We disn’t see necessary renting a hammock as the sea view is the same on both sides.

Banje Beach – Dubrovnik

Pasjaca Beach is located 40km away from Dubrovnik and it is easy to access by bus, but the return bus leaves at 18:00 and you have a 30 minute walk from the beach to the bus stop.

The spectacular about this beach is the way you access to it. There is a wodden stairway to the beach that pases through a cove next to a cliff! Yes, I know, sounds crazy but this place is unique. If you’re staying in Dubrovnik, it is worth grabbing the bus or your transport early in the morning as the beach itself is not very big and it can be challenging to find a spot!

From Cavtat, it is a bit more complicated as there aren’t many buses that go there and the return bus leaves at 13:30 to Cavtat, so, unless you have a car, the only possibility is that you leave early in the morning, return late afternoon to Dubrovnik, and grab a bus to Cavtat!

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Pasjaca Beach – Popovici

Lokrum Island

This Island is located right in front of Dubrovnik and there are plenty of fun things to do there!!

We saw Kayak tours departing from Dubrovnik, Ferry Lines and small motor boats you can rent to get to the Island. In our case we went by Ferry from Cavtat and there were ferries almost every hour, but the return time was at 17:30 the latest.

A two way ticket from Cavtat costs you 100 Kunas – 13,60€ – per person. Also, if you want, you can return to Dubrovnik instead and you will have more return options for the same price!


Once you arrive, you see a small path with indication signs with the different places you can visit. I wasn’t able to visit all of them, so I’ll recommend 4:

The Nudist Beach

Once you start walking through the path, the second beach you find is a nudist beach. It wasn’t our preference to stay there, but we saw a spectacular view and I decided to take out the tripod and set up the camera XD
The beach itself is nothing else than a bunch of huge rocks over a cliff and to swim you have to find your way down, but it seems quite easy.


The Dead Sea of Lokrum

The next spot we visited was what they call “The dead sea”.  A small cenote with very salty water that helps you float better (not my case, I always sink no matter what).

It is a gorgeous place. It is like a super small lake with a cove surronded by huge walls. There isn’t much space to place your towel, but the views and the water are fantastic!
Right next to this place is a small heart-shaped cove that you can take beautiful photos!
This photo shot is quite difficult to take as there is a small pond in the middle and you have to climb through the rocks to get there. Unfortunatly, my camera only has a 10 second time shot so, I asked a guy to take the shot for us!

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The Cliffs

Following through the rocks towards the sea there is a cliff with cool jumping spots!! Despite my girlfriend’s fears, I’m a big fan of jumping off cliffs. The rocks there allow you to place your towel almost anywhere. It was very fun to watch some young boys jump off before I could get an idea of what I was going to do.


Fort Royal

On top of the Island there is a medieval Fort with excellent views of Dubrovnik and the sea around! The hike uphill will take you around 15 minutes if you start from the cliffs where the jumping spots are. By the way, the hike uphill will get you thristy, make sure you have enough water.


6. Gear and Equipment

The beaches in Dubrovnik and surrondings are mainly made out of rocks. The water sometimes is hardly reachable unless you climb around a few rocks. Specially in Cavtat, there are many little beaches that you will lie your towel on top of a rock.

Also, bear in mind that the water is crystal clear and you’ll want to explore the bottom of the sea everytime you go to any beach. Seriously, it is beautiful!

Therefore, my recommendation in terms of what to bring if you go to Dubrovnik is the following:

  • Snorkeling gear (I bought snorkeling gogles there and that’s about it)
  • Proper water shoes to jump in the water and have rocks underneath your feet.
  • Exterior pillow where you can lie your head (I used a rolled sweater)
  • Water protection for your devices (iphone, camera…)
  • Tripod – It is hard to take steady shots with so many rocks.
  • Sun screen!

With this you’re all set to enjoy the paradise of the Adriatic Sea!!

7. Best time to Travel

I’ve read a lot of things about when to travel to Dubrovnik. After my experience in July I’m a bit confused of what to recommend.

In July, there are plenty of tourists everywhere, but, it isn’t too anoying. There are a lot of little beaches where you can find a good spot and also, if you are patient, you can take photos like if there wasn’t people around (check my Instagram feed!)

On the other hand, from June to September it’s high season! So, if you’re looking for best deals and still enjoy of good weather, my recommendation is you go begining of October.

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