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.
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