Welcome to Dalmatia

Dalmatia is a region of southern Croatia on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea, extending between the island of Pag to the northwest and Kotor bay to the southeast. Due to sea currents and the way the winds blow on the Adriatic, sea water is cleaner and hotter in Dalmatia than on the Italian side. The coast includes a large number of reentrances and islands, narrows, bays and beaches, making it attractive for water sports and tourism. The largest Dalmatian islands are Dugi Otok, Ugljan, Pašman, Brač, Hvar, Korčula, Vis, Lastovo and Mljet. Dalmatia, divided into four sub-regions, whose capitals are Zadar, Šibenik, Split and Dubrovnik, is the hottest destination in Europe at the moment, with islands and incredible beaches that attract more and more tourists. Other towns in Dalmatia include Kaštela, Sinj, Solin, Omiš, Knin, Metković, Makarska, Trogir, Ploče, Trilj and Imotski.

Top Tours & Activities in Dalmatia

From Split: Blue Cave, Hvar And 5 Islands Tour On A Luxury Boat

Starting from Split, you will visit the some of the best attractions in Dalmatia, like the Blue cave, Blue lagoon and Stiniva beach. Relax on our luxury boat, explore Hvar, Vis and the Pakleni islands. Enjoy swimming and snorkelling. Our staff is very friendly will help you have a great day.

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Full Day Boat Tour To The Blue Cave & 5 Islands Of Hvar, From Split Or Trogir

Set sail for the islands of Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veli on this full-day boat tour from Split or Trogir. Cruise between the island’s beautiful beaches and bays, head ashore to visit the fishing village of Solta-Maslinica, and dive in to swim and snorkel in the glittering Blue Lagoon.

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Dugi Otok – Full Day Kayaking Tour – Croatia

Discover the rugged, lush paradise of Dugi Otok on this full-day kayaking tour from Zadar. With its white sands, sheer cliffs, secret bays and diverse wildlife, Dugi Otok is the perfect destination to explore, unwind and have some fun.

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From Split: Rib Boat Tour To The Blue Cave, Hvar And 5 Islands

Join us on a full day tour in the islands of the Adriatic. We start from Split, and are going to visit the most famous attractions in Dalmatia, the Blue Cave, the Blue Lagoon, Hvar and the Pakleni islands, Stiniva beach, and the exotic Monk Seal Cave. Enjoy swimming and snorkeling, discover our islands and have a great day!

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From Split: All Inclusive Full Day Cruise To Bol, Golden Horn Beach In Brač Island

Visit the most popular Croatian beach and enjoy sailing in a relaxing atmosphere while cruising along the Adriatic islands. With this trip we take you to Bol, picturesque port on the south coast of the Brač island. A fantastic day on the Polaris boat with open bar and a delicious lunch on board!

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2-Hour Game Of Thrones Tour With Karaka Cruise And Dubrovnik Walking Tour

Sail into the incredible, fantastical world of Game of Thrones with this action-packed 2-hour cruise and walking tour, taking you throughout 'King's Landing' and all the spots where the legendary HBO TV show has been filmed. Board the same ship that Daenerys Targaryen sailed and then walk with your guide through Dubrovnik's Old Town to discover where other famous scenes were set.

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Bike Tour Eagle’s Route

An excellent, demanding route for fit and well-prepared amateur cyclists. The route is completely marked, and several attractive locations along the route have wooden tables and benches where cyclists, as well as hikers, can stop for rest and relaxation.

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Dubrovnik Panorama City Tour

Visiting Dubrovnik for the first time? Planning to take the famous Cable Car ride to see Dubrovnik’s beauty from top of the hill? Reconsider that for the same price of the cable car ticket, you can visit THE SAME exact viewing point of the cable car, plus another panoramic view point , then continue to visit River OMBLA-one of the shortest rivers in the world & Dubrovnik Bridge! INFO included.

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Best Time To Visit
The high season in Croatia is in July and August, so for good temperatures and less crowded attractions, we suggest you to go in June or September.