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Dalmatia tourist destinations

  
Omis Riviera

Omis is located in the heart of Dalmatia, 25 kilometers south of Split, the biggest Dalmatian town and the second biggest port on Mediterranean. Due to its location, Omis is the perfect place from wich to explore the rest of the Central Dalmatia and its islands. Islands Brac, Hvar, Vis, Solta and Korcula are very easily reachable from Omis. For more info visit the best Omis web portal: www.omisinfo.com.

Island Hvar

Hvar is island in the central Dalmatian archipelago; area 299.6 sq km (length 67.5 km, width up to 10.5 km); population 11,459. Due to its mild climate, the scent of lavender and other aromatic herbs which fills the air, the island of Hvar has been known as a health resort since 1868.

Makarska Riviera

Nowhere on this 60 km long seaside stretch you cannot do a single step without being astonished by incredible permeation of the sea, coast and mountain. Welcome to the web site of Makarska Riviera, the leading accommodation provider both in Dalmatia and Croatia. We also recommend you to visit Gradac web portal, the best way to find accomodation in this beautiful small town near Makarska.

Lokva Rogoznica

Lokva Rogoznica is a small mediterranean village (near Omis)- between Split and Makarska. Separated from urban centers and daily rushes, close to sea and untouched nature, it is an ideal family resort. You can visit: charming town of Omis, nearby Makarska, nature park Biokovo, go rafting on the river Cetina... You will be surprised with 1700 year old Split and its Diokletian Palace-under the protection of UNESCO.

Peljesac Riviera

Peljesac is situated in southern Dalmatia between Neretva bay in the north and Mali Ston bay eastward (between which is so called Little Sea). t is the second largest Peninsula in the Adriatic after the peninsula of Istria. Peljesac is 65 km long and is 348 km2 in surface. The average temperature in January is 7oC, 26oC in July. About 9000 people inhabit the peninsula. Main industries are olive and wine growing, fishing and tourism.