HOLIDAYS IN DALMATIAN COAST
REASONS TO VISIT
Ever seen glass being blown and made into beads? If not, then why not visit this brilliant museum with fascinating demonstrations and interesting info.
Take a stroll around Zadar, one of the oldest towns in Croatia. Feast your eyes on the numerous Roman ruins and fantastic churches, every one different and beautiful.
A flavour packed meat dish filled with seasoned meat, garlic and sweet paprika served with a herb infused flat bread. It’s a bit like a kebab!
A true celebration of the flower salt harvested in Nin. Nin becomes one giant street market of fantastic stalls offering bath and scented salts, cured meats and much more.
YOUR DALMATIAN COAST QUESTIONS ANSWERED
Where is the Dalmatian Coast?
A relatively thin coastal belt on the southernmost shoreline of Croatia, the Dalmatian Coast still packs in over 3,500 of gleaming coastline from which to explore.
The Dalmatian Coast runs from the island of Rab to the north to the bay of Kotor in the south, incorporating 79 islands along the way. The largest city in the region is Split.