Croatia is one of Europe's most beautiful and un-spoilt areas, offering an amazing range of scenery and landscapes. Croatia has 6 UNESCO World Heritage sites and over 100 beaches with Blue Flag status. Add to that a history that includes Greek, Roman, French and Venetian occupation and you have a country of immense beauty and interest.
The coastal areas of Dalmatia are renowned for their laid-back attitude and their ‘Mediterranean' lifestyle. The Dalmatians appreciate the finer things in life and are fortunate to have the great combination of beautiful scenery, a warm summer climate and bountiful natural resources.
Along the coastline lie hundreds of tiny islets and hilly islands, some completely uninhabited, others sprinkled with ancient churches, monasteries, marble colonnades and squares. Many are lush, their turquoise bays lined with fragrant cedars and pines, while others are dry and deserted.
The area’s array of stunning scenery, dramatic mountains, idyllic islands and beautiful national parks are an attractive combination. Emerald-blue waters and secluded pebble shores sit effortlessly beside historic cities and natural wonders.
For more than three millennia, Croatia’s Dalmatian coastline has lured emperors, adventurers and lovers of beauty to its shores. Its spectacular sights and welcoming people make Dalmatia a world-class destination.