Dalmatia, the long Adriatic coast in the south of Croatia, is full of beautiful cities, Split, Zadar and Trogir they are truly beautiful islands. What a great destination for your holiday!
An island that immediately gives you that holiday feeling. With a length of 12,000 kilometers it is one of the biggest Croatian islands. The many beaches and picturesque setting are great for a day at the sea, but you will also find beautiful hiking routes. The ancient town is well worth it. Are you on the mainland? You have to take the ferry to one of the islands off the coast to see the wondeful sites!
All those islands, beaches and colorful harbors make a delicious Dalmatia spot for relaxing by the beach or watersports. But culture lovers have nothing to be desired, because the rich historical heritage of Dalmatia is back to the time of the ancient Romans. And over the green hinterland lie untouched nature and quiet villages. And why not do your holiday in style with the many homemade wines and special dishes they have to offer!
Average summer temperature: 26 degrees
Scenic island of Pag
Pašticada, beef stew cooked in special sauce
Why not take home one of the local wines?
Island Hopping! In many places along the coast you can catch the ferry. Another nice place is the "fish picnic Solta" in Okrug. In Medena Trogir you can cruise the Krknjasi lagoon and anchor in the bay on the island of Solta Maslinica, where you can go swimming and eat fresh fish and sample the wine.
Zadar it is a great destination when shopping for beautiful handicraft souvenirs. In Pag you will find woven fabrics, as well as large modern shops of all variety in the new state of the art shopping centre.
Marjan in Split peninsula; from the top of this hill, you will have the best view of the city. Beautiful footpaths and churches surrounding the area make it a great place to visit and look upon its beautiful scenery.
The Best Croatian cheese comes from the island of Pag. Hot Paški cheese is made from the milk of a small sheep species on the island of Pag. The aromatic Mediterranean plants give the cheese its own flavour.