Durbovnik is well known because of its old city surrended by huge stone ramparts dating from the 16th century.
Dubrovnik old city
Dubrovnik old city/marina and SRD
Theplace is also hilly and there is a beautifull hike to be done atthe SRD small mountain. At the top, the view is just amazing. It worth the effort ;-).
Dubrovnik view from Srd top
If you are tired, not ready to hike or disabled, you can take the cable car (it will cost you 20€).
SRD Cable car Dubrovnik
The last but not the least, Dubrovnik has beautiful beatches! There are 3 main beaches: the Sunset beach, the Saint Jacob beach and the Banj beach. I would recommand the Saint Jacob beach as it is the smallest and niciest one. unfortunatly, it is the hardest one to reach and not accesible by disabled.
Pomena is 1 hour boat from Dubrovnik and it is a very small city with only 50 citizens during the full year. It is located on the Mljet Island, which is very quiet, relaxing and a good place for hiking, snorkelling and sunbathing. The sea is limpid. It is a little paradis!
If you are nature lover, you would love being there for the visit of the National park. It is a protected park with 2 salted lakes. The biggest is 11 kilometers of circumference and you can stop where you want for relaxing or bathing. We walked but you can also do it with bikes.
Mljet National Park
In the park, there is a beautiful small Monastery only accessible by boat (an island in the island). The entrance fees of the National park includes the boat trip and the visite of the Monastery.
The park is accessible by disabled and there is everything for them to enjoy.
On the way to Sibenik, we stopped in Primosten. We were not supposed to stop there but a local (guy) told us not to miss Primosten. Primosten is a small peninsula and such a nice place. It is a pity that we didn't know this place when we prepared our trip to Croatia. Lucky us, we didn't miss it but unfortunatly we didn't stay long enough.
Sibenik is also a beautiful city, well known for its cathedral, old city and Saint Michel Castel.
There, I had a special thought for my friends @KarenVChin and @TraciC from San Francisco. As you can see on the picture (last arrow), we were at 10 038 kilometers from your place ;-).
Sibenik -> San Francisco
The main reason why we stopped in Sibenik was we wanted to visit the Krka National park and its well known waterfall. To access the waterfall from Skradin, you can either take the boat (includes in the park entrance fees) or hike for 4.5 kilometers. We did the walk for around 1 hour and discovered the wonderfull waterfall. To see all the waterfall, you have to walk for about 2.5 kilometers. For the return, we took the boat ;-).
View when hiking in Krka
Main waterfall in Krka NP
When we were there, I tought : "This is beautiful but unfortunatly our disabled friends are not able to access here".
I found that there is option for disabled and they can access the Krka National Park. It was the cherry on the cake of my day ;-).