Dalmatia – Split region covers costal area from Krka River on the north to Makarska Riviera on the south. It is known for its beautiful beaches in Makarska area, especially for the cliff in Brela which has become its symbol, and for the beach Zlatni rat on the island of Brač. This area has a lot of attractions such as beautiful beaches around the coast, beautiful islands, rich cuisine with local specialties of top chefs, and diverse attractions.
For the lovers of culture there are two special treats: Diocletian’s Palace in Split and historic city core of Trogir- both cultural monuments under protection of UNESCO. You can refresh yourself with cold spring water on Biokovo Mountain, a place for lovers of active holidays and extreme sports.
Makarska, Baška Voda, Brela and Tučepi are popular places of Makarska Riviera which is recognizable for its pebble beaches, recreation and activities of all kind and for all generations, nightlife, water sports, and for some of the best restaurants and taverns with traditional food and domestic wine.
Another destination you must visit here is the town of Hvar located on an island that carries the same name. It is the place with the highest number of sunshine hours. Hvar is the center of Island Tourism and is one of the most visited destinations on the entire Adriatic.
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Ancient Roman city of Split developed from Diocletian palace build by the Roman emperor Diocletian 1700 years ago. After Split you will visit Trogir. Many poets have tried to describe in words their fascination with this historical town.
This half day excursion in Dalmatian Zagora, via Zadvarje and Zagvozd takes you to discover the beauty of natural phenomenon of Crveno and Modro jezero (Red and Blue Lake), as well as the historic centre of small town Imotski. You will sample some wines typical for this area accompanied by light snack of home made specialties.
Biokovo is the biggest mountain in middle Dalmacia which is often called “weather condition factory” by locals. The mountain that rises from the sea offers unforgetable views on Makarska Riviera and Zabiokovlje.
Trogir was founded by the Greeks. Its old part, preserved until today, consists of Renaissance and Gothic buildings, built in period from 13-15th century. The excursion continues to town of Split whose sights have 1700 years old history.
In 1985, Krka has become 7th and the youngest Croatian National park. It spreads on 111 kilometers and is on river Krka which flows in Adriatic Sea. After Krka you will visit Šibenik- town museum.
Thanks to the unique beauty and rich natural fauna, this place has been declared as a park since 1949. And since 1979. by the decision of UNESCO, Plitvice Lakes were entered in the list of world heritage monuments of nature. Around the lake there are wooden walking bridges which connect the walking routes around the lake.