Park Orsula

Even though the well-known Park Orsula Music Festival that was held for five years in a row is not going to present its program for the upcoming summer due to the management problems, this site set on a cliff 200 meters above the sea is definitely worth paying a visit. The new park, a result of the hard work of the Festival founder Andro Vidak, is named after the 14th-century chapel of St. Orsula, patron saint of virgins and virginal virtue. The chapel was built on a slippery hillside next to the old Dubrovnik caravan road. During the day it offers a stunning view of the Old City and the islands while the night turns it into a beautiful postcard-worthy fusion of the Old Town harbor lights, stars and ships.

This extraordinary place can be reached by car or taxi, but in case you want to grab a bus, take number 10 going to Cavtat and ask the driver to stop next to the Park Orsula.



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