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Dal­ma­tia is the re­gion on the Eastern coast of the Adri­atic Sea, mostly char­ac­ter­ized as a coastal re­gion with its coves, se­cluded beaches, is­lands and in­lets. Its warm sea and pic­turesque land­scapes con­sist of four ar­eas: Zadar, Sibenik, Split and Dubrovnik. The coast is a par­adise for yachts­men, divers and sail­ing en­thu­si­asts and also is a great des­ti­na­tion for na­ture lovers.

North­ern Dal­ma­tia has a litany of his­toric towns, jewel-like wa­ters, rugged lime­stone moun­tains where sail­ing en­thu­si­asts can ex­plore un­pop­u­lated is­lands – must-see is the nau­ti­cal par­adise which is Kor­nati Is­lands the ar­chi­pel­ago off of Zadar. With a ter­rain made up of pic­turesque is­lands and rugged moun­tains paired with a num­ber of old-world cas­tles and quiet ports and three UN­ESCO World Her­itage sites, Cen­tral Dal­ma­tia is the most ac­tion-packed and di­verse part of Croa­tia. Spend time in the me­dieval walled UN­ESCO pro­tected town of Tro­gir, visit the Dio­cle­tian’s Palace in Split and ex­pe­ri­ence the glitz and glam­our in Hvar town, the is­land’s hub and busiest des­ti­na­tion. Hvar Is­land, fa­mous since the an­tiq­uity be­cause of its im­por­tant strate­gic and nau­ti­cal po­si­tion, is Croa­tia’s most hap­pen­ing and sun­ni­est is­land. Vis­i­tors fa­mil­iar with five-star lux­ury fea­tures se­cluded get­aways, will en­joy the mild cli­mate, abun­dant cul­tural at­trac­tions and a ro­bust nightlife scene. Fa­mous for its pleas­ant Mediter­ranean cli­mate and lav­ish sum­mer par­ties, it is a town of a unique cul­tural and his­tor­i­cal her­itage and sur­rounded by turquoise wa­ters.

Photo cour­tesy of Ivo Biocina

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