Travel to the Dalmatian Coast,
Croatia's largest tourism region
For an unforgetable holiday, travel to Dalmatia
and visit the beautiful Dalmatian coast. Dalmatia and its coastline offer hundreds of sunny islands, surrounded by
crystal blue waters, with friendly locals and rich Mediterranean culture.
The largest coastal region in Croatia
Dalmatia is the largest coastal region in
Croatia, stretching from town of Zadar up northwest, through to Sibenik, Split, Makarska, all the way down to Ploče
In August 2018, CNN placed Dalmatian coastline as one of the 16 most attractive coastlines
in the world, calling it one of the most dramatic sights in Europe. It mentions Adriatic Coast being dotted with
old, fortified cities, beautiful beaches, and well kept Roman ruins on this most magical of European
Dalmatien - Dalmatia video - Urlaubsbilder und Nationalparks aus dem Umkreis von Zadar - photos
fromPaklenica and Plitvice Lakes national
parks, as well as from
around town of Zadar, accompanied by true Dalmatian music and songs in Croatian
Travel to Dalmatia
If you're planning your holiday in Croatia, then you can't go
past travelling to Dalmatia and its beautiful coastline. You will be pleasantly surprised by the Dalmatian islands
in and around the city of Split, the
second largest city in Croatia and the largest in Dalmatia. Classed as the world's oldest retirement haven,
Dalmatian Coast is very special area of the eastern Adriatic Sea with the
numerous islands and surrounding countryside. Dalmatia is one of the oldest travel destinations in
A panoramic view
of the city of Split - the regional centre of Dalmatia,
and the 2nd largest city in Croatia, with Marjan hill in the
Dalmatia offers numerous island holiday
and travel possibilities. If you like a pampered 'full board and all' apartment holiday, you will find more choices
available along the mainland Dalmatian coastline, as well as on some of the larger islands, like Hvar and Brac.
However, if you prefer a more adventurous type of holiday or travel, to enjoy the peace and tranquility of a
Mediterranean island, then we can send you to'Pakleni otoci' island archipelago, near the
island of Hvar.
Dalmatien die Schöneit Kroatien video - ein kurzer film über die schönheit dalmatiens. Video photo tour of Dalmatia and its
best known places, including Split, Makarska, Baška Voda, and Dubrovnik
City of Split - the regional centre of Dalmatia
Well established and constantlyimproving
infrastructure in the Split region of Dalmatia ensures the
visitor a very unique and pleasurable holiday that many of therich and famous have been enjoying for years! This includes daily international and national airline
connections from the Split airport to many major cities in Europe. Likewise, there are also daily ferry
connections from Split's ferry harbour to many coastal cities along the Mediterranean
A well educated and multi-linguisticall talented tourist
industry pampers new and long-time visitors alike. Apart from fishing, tourism and travel are the main industries
along the Dalmatian coast and on its islands. So travel and tourist operators and their employees usually speak
second or third language, with English, German and Italian langauges being the most common ones.
You will find a lot of
old architecture on your visit to Dalmatia, such as for example the protected old town of Trogir, near
Traditional, classical, and modern music festivals are held
during the Summer in many coastal and island cities and towns in Dalmatia. These are interwowen with theatre
productions, museums, and well preserved architecture of numerous influences - from Greek and Roman, to Napoleonic
and Italian. This variety of summer entertainment and historical monuments easily allows a holiday in Dalmatia and
its islands to be as diverse and interesting as one wishes it to be. No wonder travellers flock to this region in
millions every year!
Unique holiday offerings in
There are a lot of charming towns
alongside the Dalmatian coastline,
with crystal-clear sea waters.
We will be sourcing some very special travel offerings
for you, each having their own unique qualities to suit both the adventurous and relaxed holidaymakers and
travellers alike. Watch this space for ongoing additions of new information about holiday and travel offers in
Croatia and Dalmatia.
During the past few years Croatia has become one of the most
desirable travel and holiday destinations in Europe, regaining the ground it lost in early 1990s. Combined with
achievements in the late 90s and over the past few years, as well as
itsexports, in 2006 it's likely to become one of
destinations in the world!
In the What to Watch For In 2006
article, TIME magazine writes:
"THE DALMATIAN COAST - This year skip the French and Italian
Riviera and head for Croatia's Dalmatian Coast, where mountains meet the shimmering Adriatic Sea. The region is
still relatively undiscovered, which means unspoiled beaches and affordable prices even in the medieval walled
city of Dubrovnik."
'The Dalmatian Coast beaches of Croatia on the Adriatic Sea
are getting their share of buzz [for 2006]', according to CNN website's recent December 2005 travel report about
There is a very special travel adventure to be experienced in
and around the Dalmatian islands and along its picturesque coastline.Contact us with your
travel requirements and we'll strive to assist you. We look forward to welcoming you soon to Dalmatian
Interesting fact abour Dalmatia
Did you know that one of the most popular and most recognized
dog breeds in the world, theDalmatian breed, was
named after Dalmatia!