Dubrovnik Airport (DBV)
Conveniently situated just a short drive from Cavtat, Dubrovnik International Airport (DBV), also known as Cilipi Airport, is a well-networked facility with access to Dubrovnik and greater Croatia (Hrvatska). The one-terminal airport is located around 24 km / 15 miles south-east of central Dubrovnik and is also nearby Gruda, Kupari and Stravca.
Dubrovnik Airport reliably serves more than one million passengers every year, who fly to and from destinations across Croatia and the whole of Europe, with direct services to the UK, as well as to many other European destinations. About half a dozen car hire firms are represented in the arrivals area of the airport, including Hertz, Avis and Budget.
Both short-term and long-term parking is available in open lots situated adjacent to the terminal, with around 600 spaces in total. Buses and taxis await passengers heading for central Dubrovnik and stop close to the train station, the Old City area, the central street of Stradun and the extremely scenic Port of Gruz.
About Dubrovnik Tourism
Croatia has recently experienced a surge in tourism and it offers an impressive coastline with ferries departing to islands in the Adriatic Sea. Dubrovnik, a World Heritage Site, lies on the far southerly side of Croatia and is sometimes called the 'Pearl of the Adriatic'. Its shores famously conceal the underwater wreckage of ships dating back to the 18th century as well as of submarines and destroyers from both world wars.
Near to Dubrovnik Airport (DBV), tourists will find plenty of interest, with the main sights to see around the city including the ancient city walls and gateways, the historic Minceta Tower and Revelin Tower and the 15th-century Dominican Monastery. Also of interest is Dubrovnik's magnificent Sponza Palace, which dates back to 1516 and is sited opposite St. Blaise Church, on the main public square.
Dubrovnik Airport (DBV):|
|Address: 20117 Zracna luka, Cilipi, Dubrovnik, Croatia|
|Airport Code: DBV
Tel: +385 20 773 333
Fax: +385 20 773 322