The Central Dalmatia of Croatia, with islands and mainland historic towns. Three UNESCO World Heritage Sites, Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the medieval walled town of Trogir, and the ancient strip fields on the island of Hvar.
An easy-going Mediterranean spirit flows in the area. The area consists of seventy-four islands and fifty-seven islets and reefs. Beach of pebbles, rocks, or sand can be enjoyed.
The main islands are Bisevo, Brac, Hvar, Solta, and Vis. The Old Town in Split with its boutique hotels and restaurants within the walls of the Diocletian’s Palace. And the walled town of Trogir is worth visiting.
The Adriatic is the main focus of the area. Split is the main departure port for yacht charters to the islands of Central Dalmatia or to the north or the south.
Hvar Town has its nightlife, Brac with its stunning Zlatni Rat beach in the town of Bol, the Blue Cave on Bisevo, and charming Vis.
Sightseeing and Things to do
- Diocletian's Palace
- Cathedral of St. Domnius
- Temple of Jupiter
- Archaeological Museum
- Marjan Forest Park
- Gallery of Fine Arts
- Walking Tours
- Hike the trails on the islands or the peaks of Biokovo Nature Park.