… Otium cum dignitate (Marcus Tullius Ciceron, 3 January 106 BC – 7 December 43 BC)…
The Adriatic coast of Croatia – and particularly the 140-mile stretch of Dalmatia – is a region of beauty. Pastel houses set in small fishing villages, harbor side cafés fully packed with elegant holidaymakers and sugar-white beaches of the Dalmatian islands lapped by emerald-green waters. This is the picture of our coast.
Needless to say, the best way to explore this wonderful region is by boat.
The region is situated in Croatia, on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea. With only a 50 km width at its widest part, it is mostly a coastal region characterized by its beaches, islands and inlets, all secluded in coves.
Due to the rugged coastline and numerous islands of all sizes and topographies, diving, boating, yachting, kayaking and other outdoor activities are very popular in this part of Croatia.
The Dalmatian coast is known for its warm sea, constant winds and beautiful wooded islands.
A must to do… Put on your trip planner:
- Zadar, Šibenik, Trogir, Split and Dubrovnik are stunning, timeless medieval towns with wide coastal boulevards, marble fountains, monasteries, Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque monuments. During the summer, art, food and music fill the theaters, plazas, galleries and the streets of these cities and the atmosphere is very suggestive.
Attractive tourist rivieras and resorts spread across the Dalmatian coast: Omiš, Makarska, Vodice and Rogoznica are among the most popular travel destinations in Croatia. Speaking of islands, whatever you choose, you should not miss Žirje, Šolta, Brač, Hvar, Vis, Korčula, Lastovo.
- in addition to all these beauties and attractions there are national parks Paklenica, the Kornati archipelago and the island of Mljet. Prominent landscape features are waiting for you to be discovered.