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Down south, Dalmatia is the apogee of the Mediterranean, bursting with colors, fragrances, shapes, unforgettable in the intensity of the experience of nature. It is a region of long beaches, pine woods, olive trees and the medieval towns of Zadar,  Sibenik, Split, Trogir, Omis and Dubrovnik, which testify to the rich cultural and historical heritage of Croatia. The islands along Dalmatian coast: Hvar, Brac, Solta, Korcula, Vis, Mljet and others, although equally enchanting,  are all unique in their character and worth visiting.  Dalmatia is also known for its good wines and friendly people.

Split

Split is the second largest city in Croatia and the capital of Dalmatia, built inside and around the historical Diocletian's Palace dating from the third century. The palace is included in the UNESCO world heritage list. The people of Split, who are particularly attached to their city and the hill called Marjan overlooking it, will proudly, boast that there is no other place in the world like Split.

Trogir

"The most beautiful city on the Mediterranean"- this charming city was so described for decades by its visitors, who are always impressed by the old town which looks like the coulisse for the historical movie. The value of the old town of Trogir has been recognized by the world and it is on the UNESCO list of the world cultural heritage.

Dubrovnik

Is medieval aristocratic republic from the 12th-19th centuries and the best preserved walled city in the Mediterranean. Dubrovnik  is one of Croatia's main tourist attractions and one of only three European cities ranked as a World Heritage Site of zero category by UNESCO,  which the English poet Lord Byron named the "Pearl of the Adriatic". The enchanting landscape, including the nearby the Elaphiti islands , the beaches, the numerous historical sites, the colors, the shapes, the scents, the warmth of the climate and people... will all provide an unforgettable experience.

Zadar

Zadar county covers the mountain area, as well as the littoral, and connects important regions of the Croatian littoral with the central Croatia.  From the beginning of the 7th century to 1918 Zadar was the capital of Dalmatia. Beside Zadar as the centre of the county and the most important historical destination, we ought to mention Nin, the oldest Croatian royal town where the Croatian state was born.