Dalmatia is a geographical and historical region on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the south and south-east of Croatia. The region stretches from Tribanj in the north to Konavle in the south.
Rijeka is the third biggest city in Croatia and the biggest port of the country. It is an important town regarding the connection with the rest of the country. As one of the biggest and most frequent
Zadar has developed into one of the most popular tourist centers in Dalmatia. It is the centre of northern Dalmatia and it offers the best shopping opportunities in this part of Dalmatia. In Zadar you
Ugljan is an island in the archipelago of Zadar. The island was inhabited already in the Stone Age while the two caves hide even older remains. It is called the green island because it is covered with
DALMATIAN OLIVE OIL …in the third millennium HISTORICAL OVERVIEW Olive is the most numerous and most important fruit of Dalmatia, and during the history it was a foundation of survival on the is
Opatija is a town located in the bay of Kvarner and has the longest tradition in tourism in Croatia, 170 years. It is often called the pearl of the Adriatic. Opatija has developed from the Benedictine
During the last years, several campsites have expanded their offer to include not only regular pitch rental but also the rental of Mobile homes, which is now offered by more than 30 campsites in Croat
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
Thanks to its favourable position and good connection with other parts of Croatia, Zadar is an excellent starting point for a round trip if you don’t want to spend the whole week only in Zadar.