Top 5 Dessert Places in Dubrovnik

Top 5 places for the best dessert in Dubrovnik

Yeah, we know that too much sugar is not good for health… but you are on vacation! 

Plus, Dubrovnik has some really good pastry shops and ice cream bars, it would be a shame not to give them a try. Here is my top 5 list when it comes to satisfying my sweet tooth.



The best time for ice cream? Always. Peppino’s ice cream shop has a reputation of the best ice cream in town. Don’t be surprised if you see people waiting in a long queue for their premium, artisanal gelato,  loved by locals and tourists. Yogurt Strawberry, Caffe Latte, Macadamia or Pistachio, maybe Rafaello premium? The choice is not easy, but here, there is no wrong one.  



One of the oldest and most famous places in the Old Town,  situated on the main thoroughfare, Stradun, near the Franciscan monastery. It’s a perfect spot to get a cup of coffee and something sweet after long strolls. Sit back and enjoy the perfection of Old Dubrovnik’s achitecture. If you want, you can have much more than that – a complete gastronomic experience crafted by the best chefs. 




Pastry chef Gianni, who worked in Michelin star awarded restaurant 360°, decided to pursue his passion and opened his own homemade ice cream & pastry shop specialized in artisan-crafting of tasty gourmet ice creams and sweets. Everything here is prepared from scratch, using only the best and natural ingredients, and of course – lots of love.  


Cafe-Bistro Orlando

The Stradun, the most beautiful street in the Mediterranean, calls for a break so that admirers of Dubrovnik’s cultural and historical legacy, a city that is protected by UNESCO, can let all of their impressions of the lovely old city rest in their minds.

And as travelers from all over the world, judging by their appearance, flow down the Stradun in search of otherworldly beauty, you can sip on freshly squeezed juices, a glass of fine local wine or sparkling wine, or some inventive cocktails.

One could have breakfast at the Orlando before wandering down the Stradun, and then enjoy a light lunch here after exploring the medieval city walls. A sandwich, salad, or dessert provides a welcome relaxation from exploring all of the corners of the old city’s heart.

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