Deserted islands with high cliffs, limestone cliffs, hidden coves, waterfalls, Roman cities of charm, culture and natural beauty ... all this is only in Dalmatia. Book in one of the beautiful campsites in Dalmatia!
The Dalmatian is a paradise on the Adriatic coast. The beach overlooks a beautiful blue sea and the water is very low. Here children can swim safely and the kids can try their hand at extreme sports such as surfing and water skiing. A few steps from the sea there are campsites. Do not miss a boat trip to the beautiful islands of Dalmatia. Some reserves are also wonderful as the National Park Kornati. Limestone cliffs, hidden coves and underwater caves. A wonderful place to sail. On the island of Hvar you will find a lot of fun!
Even the mainland is full of natural wonders. The waterfalls of Krka National Park bubbling with full force. Spectacular! Organized by the campsite on a boat trip if you want to see them up close. Dalmatia boasts of charming cities from Roman times. The capital, Split is a busy port city, but the old center shows the beautiful Italian charm. We advise you to visit the famous Roman palace, and if you can, take an outdoor cafe and an ice cream.
Average Summer temperature: 26 degrees
Palace of Diocletian
The beautiful island of Pag
Pašticada : beef stew cooked in a special local sauce
A fragrant heart shaped lavender sachet for your home
It is recommended to visit the beautiful islands of Dalmatia either by boat or ferry . Maslinica on the island of Solta has its own little archipelago of seven islands and is the ideal destination for scuba divers and snorkelling.
In the city of Zadar many shops sell many famous Italian brands. The most beautiful handicraft products are without a doubt the elaborate lace from the island of Pag, "white gold" used to decorate tablecloths, blouses and doilies.
The medieval quarter is the oldest of Split and is situated at the foot of Marjan hill. The narrow hill roads lead to the top from where you can enjoy tranquility and views of the landscape which extends over the city of Split and surrounding mountains.
The best Croatian cheese comes from the island of Pag: the Paški Sir. This cheese is made from sheep milk which graze on the hilly pastures rich in natural herbs.