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The Dalmatian Coast is one of Croatia's most popular holiday destinations, renowned for its charming seaside towns, green countryside, and sparkling coastline. Running between the town of Zadar and the Bay of Kotor, it is home to enchanting cities like Split, Sibenik, Makarska and Dubrovnik and famous islands such as Hvar, Korčula, Brač and Mljet. The rugged coastline is characterized by scenic bays, pebbled beaches, islands and inlets, and it's chic beach clubs, undiscovered villages and historic architecture offer an amazing blend of the old and the new.

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About Dalmatia

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Best Time To Visit

The Dalmatian Coast has a Mediterranean climate with hot summers and cooler winters. The summer months are the hottest with daytime temperatures reaching 28 degrees. May, September, and October see fewer crowds and the temperatures are pleasant. In the winter, the weather is typically wet and cool with daytime temperatures reaching around 8-10 degrees.

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How to get there

Dubrovnik, Split, and Zadar all have international airports with connecting flights from Zagreb. British Airways, EasyJet, Croatia Airlines, Norwegian Air Shuttle, and WizzAir all fly here. Flight time is around 2.5 to 3 hours.

All three airports offer private transfers, car rental, taxis, and local buses, and car and passenger ferries run from the mainland to the islands throughout the year. There are small boat services and inter-island ferry services between certain islands and ports.

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Things To Do

Dalmatia is awash with things to do. From UNESCO world heritage sites such as Trogir and the old city of Dubrovnik to beautiful beaches and National Parks such as Plitvice, Krka or Paklenica, there is truly something for everyone.

Island hopping by seaplane or boat is one of the top things to do and the region offers many outdoor activities such as hiking, cycling, wild swimming and water sports, as well as good food and wine, and a vibrant nightlife.

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Food and Drinks

Wine lovers will be instantly drawn to Croatia for its wine-making tradition and the food here is equally exciting with hidden taverns and Michelin-starred restaurants. Traditionally, the food is simple, made with fresh ingredients, Mediterranean herbs and wild plants. Fish and seafood are often prepared in stews or soups, and one of Dalmatia's most famous dishes, Peka, consists of lamb, goat or octopus cooked in a bell-shaped pot.

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Where to stay

If you are looking for a place to stay in Dalmatia, we suggest you to choose from our selection of wonderful villas. Enjoy yourself and choose the villa that will offer an unforgettable experience.

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