NEW FLIGHTS FROM UK, POLAND & SPAIN
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FIND YOUR WAY TO DUBROVNIK BEACH
DISCOVER THE BEAUTY OF TO THE ADRIATIC PEARL
After a surprisingly great summer season in 2021, with thousands of tourists from all over world coming to Dubrovnik every day despite the global pandemic, more and more airlines are increasing the number of flights to the Pearl of the Adriatic.
In addition to the most renowned old town with its impressive town walls, historic buildings, monuments and of course the famous Pile Gate, the Dubrovnik area and the islands nearby are home of some of the best beaches in Croatia.
The area awaits visitors with perfect summer weather, a beautiful landscape, the crystal clear Adriatic sea, a large number of pebble beaches and even beautiful sandy beaches, ensuring a perfect summer vacation for everyone.
A large variety of high class Hotels, bars, local restaurants and several high standard beach clubs along the coast welcome guests to spend unforgettable moments at Dubrovnik’s beaches.
CORAL BEACH CLUB
Our Coral Beach Club is located on the quiet peninsula of Babin Kuk, surrounded by palm trees, just a short costal walk away from Lapad beach.
We offer the perfect sunbathing spot, plenty of water activities, a spa area, delicious food & drinks at our sea side open air restaurant and our three beach bars, a unique sound and entertainment concept, complemented by the most beautiful sunset view in town.
Find out more about our offers and vision here on our Day & Night section on our website.
MORE FLIGHTS TO DUBROVNIK AVAILABLE THIS SUMMER
The third largest airline in the UK, Jet2 announces 13 scheduled flights to two Croatian airports Split and Dubrovnik in the summer flight schedule, reports Croatian Aviation.
In the peak summer season, this airline will have up to 30 return flights to Croatia, connecting it with numerous destinations in the UK.
MOST COMMON HOLIDAY DESTINATION FOR BRITISH TOURISTS
Dubrovnik is traditionally the most common holiday destination for British tourists, so the number of lines is relatively higher than in Split. However, this is a smaller number of operations compared to the record 2019, but the announced program is significantly stronger than the previous 2021 when Jet2 waited until the peak of the summer season for the easing of restrictive measures in the UK to launch flights to Croatia.
Flights from London will start from 31.03., and arrive in Dubrovnik 4 times a week, followed by flights from Manchester, 4 times a week. From 02.04., flights from Birmingham will take off 3 times a week, 2 times a week from Leeds and from 17.04. on, 2 times a week from Edinburgh.
In May a weekly connection from Belfast, East Midlands and New Castle will be added to the schedule. The Boeing B737-800 aircraft with a capacity of 189 seats have been announced on the routes to Croatia. For more information on flights to Croatia and other travel announcements, check out the Jet2 website.
GOOD NEWS FOR POLISH & SPANISH TOURISTS
6 WEEKLY FLIGHTS FROM POLAND
We also have good news for Polish and Spanish tourists. The Polish national airline LOT Polish Airlines is announcing over 20 weekly flights between Warsaw and Croatian airports in the upcoming summer flight schedule, reports Croatian Aviation.
4 FLIGHTS PER WEEK FROM MADRID
Furthermore, Croatian Aviation reports that the national carrier of Spain, Iberia Airlines, will resume traffic on regular routes to Croatian airports.
Iberia will reintroduce regular flights to Dubrovnik and Zagreb, while Madrid and Split will be connected again only from June. Two flights a week have been announced between Dubrovnik and Madrid, and the first flight is also announced for March 27.
A few more flights have been announced in April, especially around Easter, mostly three to four flights a week, and from April 29 the airline will operate between the two cities on Mondays, Fridays, Saturdays, and Sundays.
Dubrovnik is the most important destination of Iberia in Croatia, so daily flights from Madrid will be available from June 1. Two flights a day should be operating from August 1.
In the peak summer season, Iberia announces up to 28 weekly flights, offering more than 10,000 seats between Madrid, Dubrovnik, Split, and Zagreb.
Check the Iberia website for more information.
There are more flights to Dubrovnik by several airlines to be announced soon, so that nothing stands in the way of your dream holiday at the best beaches in Dubrovnik. Check our weekly blog on our Events & News section for more news about Dubrovnik, our upcoming events and our visions.