Croatia holds the honor of having one of the most beautiful coastlines in the world: the Dalmatian coast, which also has a fantastic climate, magnificent white sandy beaches, a great artistic and cultural heritage and a marvelous cuisine.
This long and rugged coast is surrounded by high mountains, lush vegetation and hundred of offshore islands. It is a great choice for travelling during Spring or early Summer times, so we suggest this interesting tour around the main and most picturesques places of Dalmatia.
2. Korcula: This island is the place of birth of the famous traveller and writer Marco Polo. The old city is surrounded by walls and it is grooved with a succession of narrow streets that branch off the spine of the main street like the fish bone.
3. Split: The city was originally built around the Diocletian Palace where the locals sought refuge centuries ago. Wandering the historic centre of Split you can still see the Roman walls, squares, and temples.
4. Trogir: It is a historic town part of the Split metropolotan area. It is on the UNESCO World Heritage List and it is one of the best preserves medieval towns in Europe.
5. Sibenik: The city is famous for its Saint James Cathedral. Trademark of the city is the traditional šibenik hat, coloured orange and black, as well as city’s colours are. The inventor of parachute and the first man to use it, Faust Vrancic, was born here and lived here throughout 16th and 17th century.
6. Zadar: It is an original old town that have a very rich history. It counts with 34 old churches, like St. Donat, the most preserved pre-Romanesque building in the world. But the favorite attraction it is The Sea Organ: a man-made organ that works with the motion of the waves and 35 pipes to create a musical soundscape.