Cave Bar More

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Location: Šetalište Nika i Meda Pucića 13, 20000, Dubrovnik.
(42.6567748, 18.0659281)
Open: Temporarily closed.
Fee: Temporarily closed.
Classification: SpeleologyKarst Cave SubterraneaCave Restaurant
Light: LightIncandescent Electric Light System
Guided tours: self guided
Photography: allowed
Accessibility: yes
Address: Cave Bar More, Šetalište Nika i Meda Pucića 13, 20000, Dubrovnik, Tel: +385-20-494-200. E-mail:
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2023 temporarily closed.


Cave Bar More is a bar with cocktails which was built into the huge entrance of a karst cave at the sea. It is located in the middle of Dubrovnik, on the southern coast of the penisula protruding to the northwest. It is a part of Hotel And Restaurant More, and it seems to be a little tricky to get there, as the entrance to the hotel is on the opposite side of the building. So its actually necessary to use at least two different elevators.

Despite the location at the sea shore, this is not a sea cave, it's a karst cave with speleothems. The site is much recommended for the great location, the comfortable and quite modern development as a bar. Lots of stainless steel, glass, and chrome. The view is also great. And the service is subterranean, the guests are considered an annoyance by the waiters and mostly ignored. Most visitors thought the cocktails were average, the price exceptional and recommended beer or coffee instead. If this is the reason why it is currently closed is unclear. It's also possible that the closure is a result of the pandemic, or it is closed during winter. However, the last comment on tripadvisor was in 2022.

We classified this as subterranea, because it is actually an artificial structure, most of the multiple rooms were cut into the limestone, there are numerous artificial tunnels connecting the rooms, And most walls show no cave, just a quarried limestone face. However, there are some rooms which still have natural walls and even dripstone formations on the walls. But you will actually have to look for them.