25 Photos That Will Make You Want To Visit Central Dalmatia
Dalmatia is one of the four Croatian historical regions, alongside Istria, Croatia proper and Slavonia and it stretches from the island of Rab to the Bay of Kotor. Dalmatia is divided into northern, central and southern Dalmatia and in this post, we will show you 25 amazing photos of Central Dalmatia that will make you want to travel there right now. Central Dalmatia stretches from Krka river in the northwest to Makarska Riviera in the south. The most important administrative and cultural center of Central Dalmatia and Dalmatia itself is Split, which has been only a transit hub and a gateway to central-Dalmatian islands for many years to become today one of the top sightseeing destination in Croatia. There are many reasons why you should make Central Dalmatia your next holiday destination, as it has so much to offer whether you prefer relaxing at the beach, discovering the 2000 years old ruins or having fun crashing waves in an action packed white water rafting adventure. The Split Riviera and Makarska Riviera include many picturesque towns where you can explore their rich and interesting history, sunbathe and swim on some of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia or have the adrenaline adventure of your life. The islands of Central Dalmatia like Brač, Hvar, Vis or Šolta are some of the best must-see hidden gems of the Mediterranean. On the island of
The islands of Central Dalmatia like Brač, Hvar, Vis or Šolta are some of the best must-see hidden gems of the Mediterranean. On the island of Brač, you can sunbathe and relax on one of the most beautiful beaches in Europe, Zlatni rat, enjoy the view on Dalmatian islands from the highest top of the Adriatic islands, Vidova Gora or relax to the maximum in one of the many hidden bays and small pebble beaches. Hvar is the island of amazing landscapes, pristine nature and the one with the most hours of sunshine in Europe. The island of Hvar is a perfect holiday destination for couples, families and young people in search of active holidays and rich nightlife. When in Hvar don’t miss to visit the amazing Pakleni islands, a true paradise on earth. The island of Vis will enchant you with unspoiled nature, lovely beaches, hidden bays, caves, cultural heritage, and gourmet delights. You can relax on one of the most impressive beaches in Croatia, Stiniva beach, explore the rich cultural heritage of the island, scuba dive near the wrecks of the tugboat Ursus or heavy bomber aircraft or discover the impressive military tunnels built during the WWII.
So there are many reasons why you should add Central Dalmatia on your bucket list and let us help you decide with these amazing photos.