Frequently Asked Questions
What is Dalmatia known for?
Dalmatia, Croatia's most popular region, stretches along the country's central Dalmatian coast. Beautiful islands and beaches are plentiful here, as well as timeless seaside towns dripping in history.
Where is Dalmatia located in Croatia?
Located in the southwest of the Republic of Croatia, Dalmatia is at the very heart of the country and occupies most of the coastline. It encompasses a Croatian region consisting of islands and a strip of land along the mainland. The name Dalmatia originates from an Illyrian tribe called the Dalmatae who inhabited the area in ancient times.
Where is the most beautiful place in Dalmatia?
Split, Dubrovnik, Trogir, Hvar, Sibenik...There are so many beautiful places in Dalmatia, it's hard to decide which one takes the crown as the most beautiful. From historical towns to secluded island beaches, Dalmatia offers something for everyone.
What are the must-see places in Dalmatia?
There’s a lot to see in Split – Diocletian’s Palace, Bajamonti Bastion and the Cathedral of Saint Domnius are all worth visiting. For more history and culture don’t miss Trogir – one of the oldest towns on the coast with a Venetian-era castle and Kamerlengo fortress with spectacular views of the Adriatic Sea. Old towns Dubrovnik, Korcula and Hvar. National parks Krka and Mljet are also must-see locations.
Which cities belong to Dalmatia?
All these cities belong in the Dalmatia region: Zadar, Sibenik, Split, Dubrovnik, Hvar, Trogir, Omis, Makarska, Korcula, Sinj and many others.