Finding Buza Bar is kind of like finding a hole-in-the-wall and the name fits; in the old Dubrovnik dialect, buza means hole. Literally a hole-in-the-wall, that leads you through a tunnel and down a flight of stairs, Buza Bar lies on the rocky cliffs of the old town.
Perched under the walls, and with unsurpassed sea views, grab yourself a drink in a plastic cup and soak up the morning sun or enjoy an evening cocktail. At night it is pitch black and a much more scenic and less windy experience during the day. Because of its location there is no running water – hence no free tap water and no toilets.
Buza II is a slightly more upmarket affair than Buza Bar, as here you’ll find a shaded terrace. Buza II is lower on the cliff face and because of its location is the perfect place for a drink where you can have a swim. After sunset, the bar is transformed into an intimate nightclub where you can enjoy music, the sea breezes and cocktails.
You can easily spend the whole day at these bars and you’ll find it hard to prise yourself away. Good thing there’s no bathroom.