A Jewel of the Adriatic Rich in Heritage and Beauty

Central Dalmatia

CENTRAL DALMATIA​

A MOSAIC OF HISTORICAL RICHES AND NATURAL WONDERS​

Central Dalmatia, nestled along the pristine Adriatic coast, stands as a testament to Croatia’s rich historical and cultural legacy. This region, with Split at its epicenter, is home to some of the most significant UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the ancient Diocletian’s Palace, around which the city of Split has grown.

Central Dalmatia, nestled along the pristine Adriatic coast, stands as a testament to Croatia’s rich historical and cultural legacy. This region, with Split at its epicenter, is home to some of the most significant UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the ancient Diocletian’s Palace, around which the city of Split has grown.

Central Dalmatia, nestled along the pristine Adriatic coast, stands as a testament to Croatia’s rich historical and cultural legacy. This region, with Split at its epicenter, is home to some of the most significant UNESCO World Heritage Sites, including the ancient Diocletian’s Palace, around which the city of Split has grown.

The region’s geographical diversity, from its rugged mountains to the tranquil islands like Hvar and Brač, offers a unique blend of natural attractions. Central Dalmatia’s vineyard-covered hills and the crystal-clear waters of the Adriatic Sea encapsulate the essence of Mediterranean beauty, making it a must-visit destination for travelers seeking both adventure and tranquility.

Exploring Central Dalmatia

10 TIPS FOR THE BEST VACATION EXPERIENCE IN CENTRAL DALMATIA​

Palace, islands, beaches, cuisine, national park …

Wander through the ancient corridors of this UNESCO World Heritage site, immersing yourself in the history of Roman Emperor Diocletian’s retirement home turned city center.

Charter a boat or join a tour to explore the idyllic islands of Hvar, Brač, and Vis. Each offers unique experiences, from lavender fields to stunning beaches and historic towns.

Bask in the sun on the pristine beaches of Central Dalmatia. Don’t miss the famous Zlatni Rat on Brač for its unique shape and crystal-clear waters.

Savor the flavors of the Adriatic with fresh seafood, peka (traditional baked dish), and local wines. Visit a konoba (tavern) for an authentic experience.

For breathtaking views of the coast and challenging trails, spend a day in Biokovo. The new Skywalk offers a unique perspective from its glass viewing platform.

This UNESCO-listed medieval town is a marvel of architecture and history. Its compact size is perfect for a day trip filled with discovery.

For adventure seekers, rafting through the Cetina canyon offers thrilling rapids and stunning scenery.

Take a boat trip to Biševo Island to see the magical Blue Cave, where sunlight creates an ethereal blue glow.

The waterfront promenade is the heart of Split, lined with cafes and offering magnificent views of the harbor. It’s perfect for a leisurely evening walk.

Though slightly north of Central Dalmatia, Šibenik is worth a visit for its stunning Cathedral of St. James and the fortresses that offer panoramic views of the city and the Adriatic.

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