Filming location in Game of Thrones Series

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The harbor in King’s Landing

King’s Landing, known for its small but beautiful harbor, features a picturesque stone dock at its center. Fans of Game of Thrones may recognize this dock, as it’s located in Croatia. For those eager to pinpoint the exact filming location, simply refer to the map pointer in the navigation area above or read on.

“Watch out for her with him.”


Where Did They Film the King’s Landing Harbor Scene?

The real King’s Landing harbor from Game of Thrones is situated in Dubrovnik, Croatia. The harbor lies within Kolorina Bay, nestled between two of Dubrovnik’s major fortresses: Bokar and Lovrijenac.

This region, along with the two fortresses, played a crucial role in the filming of various scenes in Game of Thrones. For instance, the Kolorina beach to the north of the bay was the backdrop for the scene where Myrcella leaves King’s Landing for Dorn. Fort Lovrijenac was used in several scenes at the Red Keep, while Fort Bokar served as the setting for scenes on the City Walls.

The scene filmed at Kolorina Bay

Littlefinger talks to Sansa in the harbor
(Season 3, Episode 6: “The Climb”)

At the harbor, Sansa Stark (Sophie Turner) and Shae (Sibel Kekilli) play a game, guessing the destinations of departing ships. Petyr Baelish, or Littlefinger (Aidan Gillen), joins and speaks with Sansa. They engage in a conversation where Littlefinger cryptically offers Sansa a way out of King’s Landing, hinting at his own hidden agendas and the underlying political machinations of the city. Later, Ros (Esme Bianco) warns Shae about Littlefinger, cautioning her to be careful around him.

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