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Driving from Montenegro to Dubrovnik you find Sokol grad just past the border in the hills. Very few people there but the journey towards and the location itself is worth it. Well restored you better be able to climb a lot of stairs and see...More
We visited on a Sunday morning. Probably only about 5 other people there which was great for us. Took our time to explore and read the information telling us about the history. There are steps to get to every part of the Fort. Some very...More
A well-restored and interesting historic site. I was intrigued by the new innovation and enjoyed the tour around SOKOL GRAD. The whole time I spent at the caste it was quiet not many people visited while i was there. I highly recommend you visit the...More
Followed the sign posts from the main road. Wow, Castle in the clouds. Restored old fort, Good history and explanation boards, but Many many steps. We made I to the top and the view was stunning.
Great restoration work , even down to the cannons...More
Cant believe the local tourist board dont make more of this we loved it ! Go and visit. It's a good couple of hours away from the hustle and bustle and has fantastic scenery.
I agree with other reviewers visit the little stall down the...More
Located up on a hillside north of the E65 Dubrovnik to Montenegro road, you are not going to wander onto Sokol. Our main reason for making the side trip was to visit the fortress, which we didn’t enter (probably should have due to its history),...More
Great castle, kids lived walking around it and looking over the edge! Some useful displays, sound effects and artefacts. Lots of interesting info. Toilets inside and outside at the base. Good ice cream stall at the bottom of the hill.
Sokol Grad is a restored fortress that holds a strategic position high above the road from Croatia to Montenegro. Abandoned for 300 years, it has been well restored and is now a tourist attracton. There are rooms to visit with information boards (in English and...More
A small fortified tower which offers stunning views with a small museum at the top. It’s free to wander around the bottom of the tower but there is a charge to enter. Don’t forget to visit the shack a few metres down the hill and...More
In Love with Konavle/volim Konavle
I never thought I would be in a Croatian magazine as an exclusive story about being the newcomer in this part of the world.
Where love took me is an amazing story about two people finding themselves in love and...More