Dalmatia is the perfect destination for all ages, young and old will have a blast! Book in a tourist village to really enjoy Dalmatia!
The Dalmatian has a long coastline full of bays, islands and secluded beaches. Here you can decide whether lounging on the beach of the resort or play sports such as sailing and kayaking. The Dalmatian coast is known for its warm sea, the constant wind and the beautiful wooded islands, a beautiful area to live an unforgettable holiday.
For lovers of history and art, medieval towns like Zadar and Sibenik, with wide boulevards, marble fountains and monuments, are good starting points. Zara is one of the oldest cities, dating back to the 9th century BC! Located further south on the island of Murter, is worth visiting the pleasant fishing village of Jezera. Do you prefer a more lively city? So we advise you to leave the resort for the modern Vodizze!
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?
It is recommended to visit by boat or ferry all the islands of Dalmatia. Maslinica on the island of Solta has its own little archipelago of seven islands and is the ideal destination for divers.
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 take in its beautiful scenery.
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.
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.