Explore Diocletian’s Palace and a region of Split and surrounding islands, stunning natural landscapes such as Biokovo Mountain and Zlatni Rat beach on the island of Brač, and a wealth of culture that will defy your expectations.Contact us
The center of this region is Split, the second-largest city of Croatia and the largest city of the region of Dalmatia. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, centred on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. Not far from Split is the town of Trogir, under the UNESCO’s protection. Along the coast to the south, there is famous pirates’ headquarters, Omiš and further, Makarska. Many people consider this region the most picturesque part of the east Adriatic coast. In this region, there are also several large islands with rich tourist offer – the island of Brač, Šolta, Čiovo as well as the more distant islands Vis. The main reason for visiting the island of Vis is the caves. By far the most famous cave is the Blue Cave on the island of Biševo near the Vis, then the Bear’s Cave, the Green Cave and Stiniva in the shape of an amphitheater.
Those who want to explore this area have certainly a lengthy list of “must see” destinations, among which one destination has ranked itself at the very top, and that is the island of Hvar. Hvar is known as the sunniest island in Croatia, and with its tourist facilities and night life it is one of the top tourist destinations in Croatia and beyond. A group of 20 islands and rocks situated in front of the town of Hvar, called Pakleni Islands is unique and the most recognizable natural beauty of Hvar, an unavoidable point for all sailors.
Croatia has been glorious - it's so beautiful, and I want to go back as often as I can.
Today, sailors usually choose Split, the center of cultural events and nightlife, as the main starting point towards the islands of central Dalmatia, and besides Split, there is also the Marina, Kastela and Trogir as important historical centers of Dalmatia.