Dalmatia Split

Dalmatia Split

The Split region, in the central part of Dalmatia, is attractive because of the equal natural beauty of the islands, coast and inland. The centre of this tourist region and a truly original Mediterranean city is Split, which is the largest Croatian coastal city, and an important tourist centre and the third largest passenger port on the Mediterranean.

Near Split there are other large coastal resorts - Trogir and Omiš, while further south under the dizzying heights and Biokovo nature park there is the picturesque Makarska Riviera with its pearls - Tučepi, Brela, Podgora, Baška Voda... The beautiful central Dalmatian islands - Brač, Šolta, Hvar, and Vis enchant with their hidden coves and unspoiled nature, and guarantee an unforgettable holiday. This region has the largest number of cultural monuments and three of Croatia's six Croatian UNESCO world heritage sites - the historic centre of Split with Diocletian's Palace, the old centre of Trogir and Stari Grad on Hvar field. The well preserved ancient heritage is evident in today's Solin (Salona antique) which is very near the city and ancient Greek Issa (on the island of Vis). In the karst interior of the Dalmatian hinterland, famous for its old traditions and skilled warriors, there is the town of Sinj where every year a knight's game is held in memory of the victory over the Turks - Alka. On the road from Sinj towards Split there is a most magnificent monument of the Dalmatian hinterland - Klis Fortress, where the fortress decorates the town of Imotski under which there is a magical view of the lakes Modro and Crveno jezero. And for all those who love action - the Cetina river valley is a real paradise for lovers of adrenaline sports.
Located on the Makarska Riviera just below Biokovo, in the heart of Dalmatia, Baška Voda is a true gem on the Adriatic coast. Due to the hard work of its worthy inhabitants, this former fishing and agricultural village has developed into an attractive tourist destination. 
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The highest Adriatic and the largest Dalmatian island – Brač, is well connected by ferry lines with Split and tempts visitors with its variety, gentle and tame coast and rough landscapes in the inland of the island.
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Rugged coastline, clean beaches and plenty of sun, untouched nature, the scent of lavender, olive trees and vineyards is the picture of this famous island. The current name comes from the Greek island (Pharos).
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Makarska is a picturesque town of impressive beauty which lives off tourism and for tourism; a town of youth, culture, sports and entertainment. It was built around a natural port protected by the charming peninsula of Saint Peter and cape Osejava, and it is the biggest and only such port between the Cetina and Neretva estuaries.
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The picturesque town of Omiš is situated at the mouth of the Cetina river, the centre of the Omiš Riviera, and surrounded by small fishing villages with beautiful beaches.
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This eternally young city with around 200 thousand inhabitants has lived its urban rhythm for 1700 years with Diocletian's palace at its heart, which is also the historical centre of the city and a UNESCO world heritage site. 
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The picturesque continental town on the river Cetina is a true paradise for nature lovers, hikers and adventurers, and a not to be missed eco-adventure destination. Located in the rugged and picturesque region of Dalmatinska zagora, the Trilj area is really very attractive with its true beauty.
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Trogir, a harmonious stone town on a small island that is connected to the mainland and the island of Čiovo by bridges. The old town, under UNESCO protection, is a treasure trove for lovers of art, Renaissance and Baroque buildings, Romanesque churches...
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