City of Cavtat hero

Highlights of this tour

  • Viewpoint
  • Town of Cavtat
  • The Valley of Konavle
  • Old farmhouse
  • Walking tour old town
  • Rector’s Palace
  • Sponza
  • St Blaise church
  • The Cathedral
  • Orlando’s Column

Accessibility Information:

  • Some cobblestones
  • Use of adapted vehicle for transportation between the sites
  • The tour stays on the flat parts

What is included?

  • Private Tour
  • Tour duration: 5 hours
  • Officially licensed guide
  • Private adapted vehicle
  • Itinerary adjustable to your wishes
  • Tour starts at the cruise port or at your accommodation

What is not included?

  • Tips
  • Food and drinks
  • Entrances, unless stated
Rector's Palace Dubrovnik
Orlando's Column Dubrovnik
street in Dubrovnik

About the wheelchair accessible Dubrovnik Riviera tour

You find your officially licensed guide at the pier when your ship docks or at your accommodation. He will be waiting with a sign with your name on it and guide you to your private adapted vehicle. Once you are seated comfortably, your Dubrovnik Riviera tour starts!

Your tour today starts with a scenic drive to a viewpoint from where you get to see the old town from above and the Dubrovnik Riviera. A beautiful sight, perfect to take some holiday snapshots. From this viewing point, you continue to the medieval town of Cavtat. The city is located on a peninsula, which, together with the Sustjepan peninsula, closes a well-protected and accessible bay. Its natural beauty and rich cultural and historical heritage make it one of the most attractive destinations on the Adriatic coast.

Valley of Konavle

From there, your day continues towards the Valley of Konavle, to visit an old farmhouse with a 400-year old watermill and olive press. You will see a demonstration of flour production using traditional Croatian methods. The family will serve you a meal (not included) that you can only experience in the authentic homes of these villages. A must-do when stopping by this beautiful old mill.

After lunch, you will enjoy a ride to Pile Square to start your adapted walking/rolling tour in the Old Town. You see several sites in the city, such as Rector’s Palace. This venue served many different purposes during its many years of existence. Nowadays it is a museum that houses furniture and pieces of art from the 15th to the 19th century.

Another site you see is St Blaise church with on top of the church a statue of St Blaise himself, holding a model of the city in his hands watching over his people.

At the end of the tour, you have some free time to wander around. When you are good to go, your driver brings you back again to your ship or your accommodation.

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