Dalmatia is a region that has a lot of diversity. It is rich of sights and historical treasures. In Zadar you find century old monuments and historical buildings, but also Makarska and Dubrovnik are worth it to visit.
Through the coast there are fine pebble beaches, cozy harbours and beautifull bays.. These bays invites you to snorkle or dive, what is even possible in September with the good temperatures. From the coast you have a beautifull view at one hundred fourty islands which belongs to Dalmatia. The islands of the zadar archipel are proclaimed to national park Kornati. No less than five of the seven national parks are situated in Dalmatia. The Krka-waterfalls in one of these parks are no less than 29 till 100 metres wide.
Much wine is gronw in Dalmatia. These wine yards are an important part of the landscape. They are located on stone slopes and are enclosed with low pile walls that have been laid out with precision by the local farmers. If you drive along the coast you will not miss this part of the landscape.
Must see in Dalmatia:
Step into a scene of the Games of Thrones in Split
Visit the walled 'pearl of the Adriatic Coast'; Dubrovnik
Take a dip in the beautifull national park at the Krka waterfalls
Step through the Venetian city gate of Zadar and walk through the nostalgic streets
Snorkeling around Kornati archipel, located in the Kornati National Park
The medieval city of Trogir is on the Unesco world heritage list
Biggest city: Split
Surface area: 12.158 km²
Highest point: Biokova 1762 metre
National park: Krka