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Located in the centre of the Old Town. Since 1886. Renovated in 2002.

"Symphony in stone"

June 2010. (By Jonathan Bastable)

The June edition of Condé Nast Traveller includes a five page story about Dubrovnik and recommends the Hotel Excelsior, Hotel Bellevue, Villa Agave and the restaurant Nautika. The article was written by the eminent British journalist Jonathan Bastable who stayed in Dubrovnik in September 2009.

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Nautika’s latest review in The Sunday Times

May 2010. (By Michael Winner)
Winner's Dinners: Dubrovnik - Not my choice of style, but a great destination

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A taste of ink & pink

September 2009. High Life magazine (British Airways)
Local ingredients cooked with homegrown flair make Dubrovnik a tasty destination for food lovers, as top London chef Mark Hix discovers on his first visit.

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Dubrovnik rises from the ruins

March 2008.
Restaurant Nautika, just outside the Pile Gate, is winning rave reviews for its seafood, as well as its priceless views from its cliffside terrace of historic fortifications and the Adriatic crashing at their base.

World's most romantic restaurants

March 2008. (By Lexi Dwyer)

And there’s no better spot to reflect on your place in history than from Nautika’s outdoor terrace.

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A Split with the past

Sunday, August 12, 2007. (By Kate Garraway)

We found the perfect spot – Nautika, a restaurant on a terrace overlooking the town walls and the sea. It was so good we went three nights in a row.

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Protected by the Past

September 2007, by Randy Johnson, editor

On a recent trip to Dubrovnik, I had lunch with former Croatian tourism minister Pave Zupan-Ruskovic, at the Nautika seafood restaurant, one of the best eateries in the city—and in Croatia. Overlooking a cliff- and rampart-ringed emerald cove...

"Croatia - The New Riviera"

August 2005, Henry Alford

"In search of the latest Mediterranean hot spot? Henry Alford found it in the medieval city of Dubrovnik and on the gorgeous Dalmatian islands, he discovered a cultural and culinary wonderland." "

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N A U T I K A - Craftsmanship of gastronomic luxury

19.06.2005., Rene Bakalovic

"From this year the NAUTIKA restaurant, in a cove protected by steep rocks and fortresses above the rooftops of small crowded houses in the fishermen’s living quarters of the town by the name of Pile, has definitely become the address in the world, on the global map of luxury. "

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Gastrodrom - Nautika, Dubrovnik

December 10th, 2004., Davor Butković

"Nautika indeed is a high-class restaurant, with impeccable service, shining silver, elegant menus and wine-lists, and a very good / excellent food." "A brilliant dish: Tail of lobster medallions in Dingač wine sauce"

Where Poseidon Sets a Bountiful Table

September 15th, 2004 (R. W. APPLE Jr.)

WHEN I was asked this summer to lecture on a cruise along the Dalmatian coast, I accepted in a matter of minutes, having heard tales for years about its craggy beauty and captivating old cities, but I never dreamed that I would eat and drink well.

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