This quay runs parallel to the city walls and the Old Port. While enjoying your stroll, notice the three arches on the left. This is part of the old Arsenal complex. One structure was used to repair boats while the other is where mastership builders constructed much of Dubrovnik’s fleet that numbered over 200 ocean-worthy vessels. It is now a restaurant with an ambiance of a shipyard and a terrace with great views of the water. In the background is the Asimov Tower with three bells from 1463, 1515 and 1622. Construction of this four-story tower began in 1390 and was finished during the 18th century. It is part of the Dominican Monastery and Fort Revelin.