Dalmatia is a narrow coastal region, stretching from island of Rab in the north to the Bay of Kotor in the south
Central Dalmatia is the most action-packed, sight-rich and diverse part of Croatia. Pretty islands, quiet ports, rugged mountains, dozens of castles and an emerging culinary scene, as well as Split’s Diocletian’s Palace and medieval Trogir (both Unesco World Heritage sites).
Islands With hidden coves, olive groves and perfectly formed white stone villages, each one possesses its own special charm. The mood of the islands is even more laid back than that of the coast and is referred to as “fjaka” in the native tongue, roughly translating as “lazy mood”.
Roman ruins, a buzzing Mediterranean-flavoured city and chic dining, wining and partying on the most glamorous isle in the Adriatic, Hvar Island, all vie for visitors’ attention. Let’s not forget the slender and seductive sand beaches, secluded pebble coves on islands near and far, and gorgeous nudie hideaways.
If you don’t like crowds steer clear of the last week of July and the first two weeks of August
May – The sea is already warm enough to swim in, so beat the crowds and enjoy sunshine aplenty.
Jun,Jul & Aug – A full roster of festivals, lots of action wherever you go and the weather is tops.
Sep & October – Come for warm seas and lower prices after the summer hordes have left
Gorgeous beaches, idyllic islands, mountains and scented pine forests. It’s time to visit Croatia before everyone else catches on!
Property type: Apartment
Location type: Sea/Beach
Persons: 1 persons
Max. Persons: 1 persons
Number of bedrooms: 1
Number of bathrooms: 1
Size of property: m2