TROGIR The old city of Trogir is colourful and dynamic. It is an island with a big historical heritage, abounds in beauty and history and therefore listed as UNESCO world heritage since 1997. The cobbled old city streets abound in different shops, cute cafes and restaurants. Relax on the main town square, enjoy the view from the cathedral and the town clock or take a walk along the beautiful promenade where you can even sometimes spot some of the most luxurious yachts from national and international celebrities. A special magic is flowing at night times. The old stone walls in the shimmering street lights are mixing with Dalmation live music and people dancing on the streets.
The town of Trogir is connected with the island CIOVO by a bridge.
Salona was a Roman capital of the province of Dalmatia with the biggest ancient Christian cemetery. The ruins can still be explored.
The impressive fortress of KLIS is only a short ten-minute drive north of Split. Nestled precariously on a steep cliff, it evokes the times when the region struggled to defend itself from Turkish onslaughts.
This mountain of which it is said that its feet are laying in the sea and its forehead is in the clouds, is one of the biggest and most beautiful mountain ranges. Rising steeply from the littoral and its beautiful beaches to the 1762 metre high peak Sveti Jure (St. George).
In the 4th century emperor Diocletian built a famous palace for his retirement. Split is today the second latest city of Croatia.
The historic town of Sibenik is located in central Dalmatia. One of its main sights is the Cathedral of St. James. It is the most important architectural monument of the Renaissance time in whole Croatia. Since the year 2000 it is on the UNESCO World Heritage List.
A couple of kilometres north of Sibenik you can visit the amazing National Park KRKA with 7 waterfalls and endless natural beauty. Take a break from towns, old monuments and explore the thousand year old monument formed by nature. It´s a great way to cool off from the heat of the day!
The "Pearl of the Adriatict" managed to preserve its beautiful gothic, renaissance and baroque churches, monasteries, palaces and fountains. Take a walk along the city wall and explore the most interesting city in Dalamatia. Visiting Dubrovnik is simply a magical experience, not to be missed!
The waters flowing over the limestone and chalk have, over thousands of years, deposited travertine barriers, creating natural dams which in turn have created a series of beautiful lakes, caves and waterfalls. The forests in the park are home to bears, wolves and many rare bird species.
Stari Grad Plain on the adriatic island of HVAR is a cultural landscape that has remained practically intact since it was first colonized. The landscape features ancinet stone walls and trims and the chora which has remained virtually intact over 24 centuries.
The locals call it the sunniest and also the most beautiful island of the Adriatic Sea. Be overwhelmed by the beautiful old town with the biggest urban square in Dalmatia and the oldest community theatre in Europe, enjoy some of the picturesque beaches with the smell of lavander and pine-trees surrounding you or dance the night away in one of the cities “In-Clubs”. Hvar has developed from sleepy fishing villages to a famous jet set destination and is definitely a must see sight!
Especially the world-famous beach “Zlatni Rat” with its unique shape, cristal clear water and various activities will make your visit an unforgettable experience.
The island furthest away in this region is VIS. One of its highlights is the blue cave (modra spilja) on the nearby islet of Bisevo, where the visitors feel as if floating in blue silver due to the world-famous phenomenom of sunlight refraction.
KORNATI "On the last day of the Creation God desired to crown his work, and thus created the Kornati Islands out of tears, starts and breath" - George Bernard Shaw