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Dalmatian Coast

Croatia’s Dalmatian coast offers a stretch of stunning coast with a backdrop of limestone mountain ranges. Dotted with pine trees and overlooking a plethora of islands, primed for exploration. Dalmatia boasts some of the clearest waters in Europe, historical fortified cities, and rich culture. All combine for a truly unique holiday.

Best known for the medieval city of Dubrovnik followed by Emperor Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the Dalmatian coast is also home to the lesser-known coastal cities of Trogir, Sibenik and Zadar. The coast and its cities are buzzing in the peak summer months of July and August but its indented coast creates opportunities for exploring hidden bays and inlets.

The Dalmatian coast is the gateway to many of Croatia’s most popular islands, with regular ferries and catamarans connecting travellers to beautiful nearby islands. The most well-known being Brac and Hvar, but with over 1000 islands and a well-protected coastline, there’s plenty of opportunities to get away from the peak summer crowds in popular locations and find your own hidden sanctuary.

However you choose to spend your time in Croatia, whether it’s exploring the historic culture and UNESCO sights, finding a luxury island for cocktails, or your own Robinson Crusoe experience, we’ll design the right experience for you.

Rovinj
A charming, colourful, Meditteranean coastal town, said to be the most romantic destination in Croatia. More
Pula
The entry point to Istria and home to the world's 6th largest and the best-preserved Roman Amphitheatre - a unique venue with a seasonal programme of events. More
Bale
A hilltop village in rural Istria surrounded by olive oil and excellent wineries. Off the beaten track you will find the Meneghetti wine estate, one of our favourite locations to experience rural Istria. More
Zagreb
Croatia's vibrant capital city is often referred to as 'little Vienna' thanks to its architecture and cafe culture. The city is compact, has many parks and museums and nearby hiking on Medvednica, which also hosts a ski resort in the winter months. More
Dubrovnik
The medieval fortified town with iconic views from the top of the preserved medieval walls, overlooking the Adriatic. More
Split
Split is the second-largest city in Croatia and the largest in Dalmatia. A mix of modern urban life and ancient history. Home to the UNESCO world heritage site of Diocletian's Palace and the gateway to some of the well-known islands. More
Hvar
Touted as the new St Tropez, Hvar is a glamorous luxury island off the dalmatian coast that attracts the yacht set in the peak months to the trendy bars and restaurants. Aside from the glitz, it is also steeped in culture and history. More
Sibenik
An entry point to Krka National Park and to the Kornati islands. Sibenik is home to the Cathedral of St. James, a UNESCO heritage site. More
Plitvice Lakes National Park
A stunningly beautiful national park with 16 cascading emerald lakes and waterfalls to explore via boardwalks and trails.
Krka National Park
Situated on the Krka river, the national park has lively waterfalls.
Ston
Famous for the longest medieval stone walls in Europe and the world-class oysters farmed in the region. The surrounding Peljesac Peninsula is a famous wine region.
Trogir
This small preserved town is known for its Baroque, Renaissance and Romanesque buildings. Set on an island connected to the mainland by a bridge. The whole town is protected by UNESCO.

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