UNESCO World Heritage towns and villages and an archipelago of gorgeous islands in the Adriatic Sea define the Dalmatian coast in the south of Croatia.
This area has waterfalls, narrow beaches backed by high mountains and national parks and the most visited resorts include Vodice and Trogir. Pretty Primošten is a good example of all that is best about Dalmatia with seven islands offshore and a beautiful and historic Old Town.
Split is the largest city on the Dalmatian coast, and second largest in Croatia; it has a beautiful historical core which evolves from the vast Diocletian’s Palace, built by the Roman emperor at the turn of 4th Century AD and still a huge part of the fabric of the city. From being a place of transit to the popular islands nearby, in recent years Split has become a destination in its own right.