Category: Dalmatia

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Tucepi is, with its 1763 inhabitants, a small tourist destination in the southern part of middle Dalmatia. The landmark of this small, but beautiful city is one of the longest beaches in whole Croatia, the 3 km long pebbly beach. The tourism developed already in the 1960s when houses were built in the little village […]

Makarska is a small city on the Croatian Adriatic coastline and it’s located about 60 km southeast of Split. The city is part of the Split – Dalmatia County and it has a population of 13 716 habit

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Drvenik is a small coastal town on Makarska Riviera, 30 km south of Makarska. It was mentioned for the first time in the 13th century as a settlement under the Biokovo mountain; the oldest building in Drvenik is the church of saint George from the 15th century. Today, there are about 500 inhabitants in Drvenik […]
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Jesenice is a small town located on the coast between Split and Omis, known for its beautiful beaches and secluded coves. Jesenice is an ideal choice for a peaceful and relaxing holiday although it is only 15 kilometres from Split, the second largest city in Croatia. The place is known for its wooden sailing ships, […]

Lastovo is an island in south Dalmatia and also the furthest inhabited Croatian island. Lastovo is an island of an untouched and extremly beautiful nature. Therefore, it is the best choice for those w

Privlaka a peaceful tourist resort situated only 18 km from Zadar and 5.5 km from the historical town of Nin. Privlaka is located on a large peninsula, so it is surrounded on three sides by the sea; o

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Biograd na moru, a city and port, is located in the northern part of Dalmatia in Pasman Bay located 25 km south of Zadar. The city is located on a small peninsula and the mainland, and is known for its beautiful beaches and a variety of small islands located in the gulf to protect the […]

Turanj is an authentic Dalmatian tourist resort situated on the northern side of the Pasman canal and by promenade “Lungo Mare” connected with Sv. Filip i Jakov. The distance from the hist

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Primosten is a small town located between Sibenik and Split. The old town is situated on a small island which is connected with the mainland. Primosten attracts tourists with its interesting architecture, beautiful beaches and crystal clear waters. In the past, the population was oriented towards cultivation of grapevines, olives, fishing and today it is […]

Rogoznica is a small town which is located in the eponymous cove between Sibenik and Split. It’s 35 km from Sibenik and 55 km from Split. Rogoznica is located on a peninsula that was once a smal

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