Central Dalmatia is the region that covers the central part of Croatian coastal area. Geographically, it stretches from the Cape Planka in the northwest (2 km from Rogoznica) down to the Makarska Riviera including islands Brac, Hvar, Vis, Solta and many islets. This region is very versatile – mountains push up against the back of the region, lovely lakes stretch for miles mirroring the blue skies while the cities are full of excitement. Picturesque small towns built along the coast are rich in culture and have a lot to offer.
Central Dalmatia is an extremely popular destination, known for its stunning coastline, numerous islands that crave to be explored, spectacular white pebble beaches, hidden coves and centuries-old pine trees. Its unique beauty is to be discovered through cultural attractions and fascinating history. The centuries old spirit still lives among ancient stone walls and in the narrow streets.
On the coast the climate is Mediterranean characterized by hot and dry summers, relatively mild, rainy winters and extended periods of sunshine throughout most of the year, while further inland the climate is moderate Mediterranean. This type of climate enables tourists to indulge in water sports, sailing, hiking, trekking and many more other activities. Internationally popular zip line in Omis, canyoning and kayaking tours on river Cetina are on the bucket list of every adrenaline lover. Huge range of activities, rich culture, delicious local food and great wines will leave you speechless as Dalmatian cuisine is just mesmerizing – you definitely should try pasticada, black risotto, fritule and so many more dishes which will, undoubtedly, make you want to stay forever. The taste of grilled fish, local olive oil and Dalmatian wine will awaken your taste buds.