Molunat is quiet, small tourist village located in one of the most beutiful bays of south Adriatic sea. Close to Dubrovnik and away from city crowd. Virgine nature, Mediterranean vegetation and bright crystal sea makes it a perfect place for a vacation. If you come in from a Dubrovnik airport, with car ,you will drive 15 minutes, from Dubrovnik; you will arrive by car for less than 45 minutes. The Molunat Peninsula together with the mainland encloses the Upper Molunat Bay in the southeast and the Lower Molunat Bay in the northwest. The Veli Skoj islet protects the Upper Molunat settlement from strong south winds. The name Molunat is derived from the Illyrian-Greek word meaning port. The region of Molunat rebounds in underwater and mainland archaeological sites.
The Dubrovnik Republic fortified the region of the Molunat Peninsula in case of danger. Today, you can still see remnants of the ramparts and fort. There are many traces of various archaelogical sites on the sea floor, on the mainland, on its walls and fortifications. The Molunat area has an ecologically preserved nature with numerous species of mediterranean medicinal herbs. Its indented coastline is full of coves around the peninsula, the two islets with shallow and clear sea with plenty of fish. Veliki and Mali Skoj and Gora od Molunta are covered by dense macchia, holm-oaks, cypress trees and the umbrella-pines. Due to the favourable land configuration, the climate is mild, mediterranean with hot summers and refreshing mistral blowing in the afternoon hours.
Dubrovnik is a city of unique and world-famous cultural heritage and beauty. It is known as one of the most attractive and most famous UNESCO cities of the Mediterranean. You can visit its various historical sites such as: city walls, St. Luke’s tower, forts Minceta, Lovrijenac, Revelin and Bokor, Rector’s palace, Onofrio’s fountain, Sponza palace, Dubrovnik cathedral, St. Blaise church, Franciscan monastery, Ronald Brown memorial home, Rupe ethnographic museum, Orlando’s statue, the city bell tower and many others.
Cavtat is a town of beautiful palaces, summer houses and hotels. Its promenades are 7km long and follow a dense pine tree forest. Cavtat is a place in which everyone can find something to their liking. Be sure to visit historical monuments in Cavtat, such as the Mausoleum of Racic family and the prince's palace.