Dalmatian Coast - Contrast between rugged mountains and beautiful beaches

The Dalmatian Coast forms together with Croatia proper, Istria and Slavonia the historic part of Croatia. It is the belt stretched along the Adriatic Sea and consists mainly of the rugged Dinaric Mountains and the 79 islands are sprinkled along its coast. Its most known cities, are the tourist city Dubrovnik and its biggest city Split. The evergreen vegetation and Mediterranean climate at the coast make it an ideal holiday location.

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Dalmatian Coast agro resorts, luxury hotels & apartments

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What to do and see at the Dalmatian Coast

Dubrovnik is also called the Pearl of the Atlantic and it is definitely a highlight with its stone walls, on which you can have a walk and a nice view on the city. It offers everything, you would need: close by beaches for relaxing and bathing or mountains for hiking and great lookouts as well as many interesting museums.
Split, the biggest city in this region, is also worth a visit with its urban vibes, the beach promenades and the impressive ruins of the Roman Palace. On the coast line, you have the option to discover the many islands, most popular of them is Hvar, which offers many great beaches. Boat trips are ideal for day excursions. Other trip ideas may include the old harbour of Dubrovnik, the towns Cavtat, Sibenik, Trogir, Zadar and Ston as well as the national park of Mljet Island, the Peninsula Pelješak with its vinyards and the Trsteno Arboretum.



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