Frequently asked questions about Dalmatia
Spend your holiday in Dalmatia with the following tips:
- Walk across the old city walls of Dubrovnik
- Take a swim in the beautiful national park at the Krka waterfalls
- Snorkel around the Kornati Archipelago, located in Kornati National Park
- Parade through the city of Hvar, also known as the Ibiza of Croatia
- Drive along the hidden pearl of the Dalmatian coast: the Makarska Riviera
With all these high temperatures, a refreshment is always recommended. Aquapark Dalmatia delivers a wide range of waterfalls, pools and slides. Whether you like floating in the lazy river or relaxing in the Jacuzzi’s, it’s all possible here.
In addition, for a relaxing day out, Fun Park Biograd is highly recommended. The three different themes in this park take care of a day full of fun. With around 34 attractions, this is the ideal park for the whole family.
With an average of 250 sunny days a year, you’ll hardly find a bad day out here. Due to its location at the Dubrovnik Riviera and a favorable flow from the Adriatic Sea, this region has a long swimming season. Because of this, the sea feels pleasant as early as mid-April, and this continues until October. As the result of the many hours of sunshine, you will find a lot of variety of subtropical plant. During the months of July and August, the average temperature is around 28 degrees and drops to 17 degrees in the evening.
Countless campsites located on this azure sea are recommended here. But the campsite that stands out the most by far is the Zaton Holiday Resort. This all-suite vacation resort has 2 pool complexes, several water slides and is located in a beautiful bay.
Dalmatia is home to several well-known cities in Croatia. For example, here you will find Dubrovnik, Šibenik, Split and Zadar. Walking through Dubrovnik, you immediately understand why several scenes from the Game of Thrones series were taken in Dubrovnik.
The airports of Zadar, Dubrovnik or Split are the most common when going on vacation to Dalmatia.