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Croatia’s most beautiful parts and natural wealth can be found in Dalmatia. So it is no surprise that the area is one of the most popular tourist attractions of the Mediterranean region. Paying a visit to the Adriatic Sea can be an awesome experience in itself, as everyone can find something to their taste and choose amongst the crystal clear sea and the rocky, pebbly or sandy beaches. Nature enthusiasts will not regret visiting the region either, because most beaches are surrounded by green forests or even pines. A fascinating view – everything in one place. Once there, it would be a crime not to explore Dalmatia.
Dalmatia occupies nearly 21% of Croatia’s territory; it is a region of approximately 11 960 km2. Its northern border is at the island of Pag, while the southern borderline expands to Dubrovnik and Montenegro.
There is a large number of mountains and valleys in its territory, but the amount of ports is even more significant! Dalmatia has more than 350 ports; you can see the territorial breakdowns under the tab above our information section. An archipelago consisting of more than 1200 islands can also be found here. When it comes to cruising, the Dalmatian region offers a lot to explore as well, so we should plan our boat or yacht trip in advance. The list of our boat rentals according to a given region can be found under the tab above our information section.
By the beaches of Dalmatia, we also mean the most popular Croatian beaches. Regardless of which region we choose for our holiday, we will definitely find a nice stretch of beach. And if we rent a boat or a yacht, several of these beaches become accessible.
This is probably the most famous beach all across Croatia. It is located in the southern part of the island Krka. It can be found in a nearly 2 kilometre-wide, secluded bay. The island has gradually deepening waters and a pebbly beach.
Nin is in the northern part of Dalmatia. Its sandy beach has a coastline of about 8 kilometres; the nicest part is at the village called Sabunike. It was named after the wife of the first Croatian king who loved this area above all the other parts of the region.
This beach is located on the Makarska Riviera in the town of Brela. It was once included in a list of the 10 most beautiful beaches by Forbes magazine. Punta Rat’s speciality lies in its crystal clear water and the thick pine forest surrounding it. It has a pebbly beach that is fairly sandy near the sea.
The island of Brac can be found in the center of Dalmatia. It is a special spot, as all you can find here is a beach and the remains of a monastery. Its whole coastline is covered by red terrain which paints the water red as well.
Beside the beaches, the cities of Dalmatia are also worth visiting. You can find the most popular and diverse cities of Croatia here.
If we are planning on a round-trip, we might want to consider Zadar – the northern bastion of Dalmatia – to be the starting point. We can easily reach several famous sights from here, for instance, the Plitvice Lakes or the Telascica National Park. Along with hiking adventures, it is a good idea to visit the Church of St. Donatus as well, which is the symbol of the city.
The largest city of Dalmatia. Diocletian’s Palace can be found here; the building is 700 years old and is protected by UNESCO. The city is famous for its beautiful beaches and islands as well. More information about the city of Split.
A small coastal town with a medieval atmosphere, located a few kilometres from Split. You can see traces of the Renaissance era on its buildings, and the city itself has a rich cultural heritage. The main sights are the city walls and the UNESCO protected castle.
One of the main characteristics of the city is the 2 kilometre-long wall that surrounds the whole town. It is often referred to as the city of culture, mainly because of the Dubrovnik Summer Games, taking place on a stage on the 37 meter-high St. Lawrence Fortress. More information about Dubrovnik.
The region also has the most wonderful national parks in Croatia. The two most famous ones are the Kornati National Park and the Krka National Park. The Kornati archipelago is amongst the world’s largest island groups. The national park includes almost 140 – mainly uninhabited – islands. The Kornati islands are a must-visit destination in terms of cruising opportunities. The Krka is the most beautiful karstic river in Croatia; the mouth of the river offers an amazing view.
The region has a Mediterranean climate. The summer, which begins in May, is hot and dry. The mean annual temperature is over 15 °C. This means that the Croatian beach will provide a pleasant holiday during the whole year. Still, most tourists visit Dalmatia in June and July, in the middle of summer, and the sunny weather is guaranteed. We will have a pleasant time in August and September as well; the temperature of the sea and the air is still nice, but the beaches are less crowded. Dalmatia weather information.
Dalmatia has several ports; whether we prefer a boat or yacht rental, we can arrange a wonderful round-trip. As an ideal trip, we should consider the Trogir-Split-Hvar (including the Pakleni Islands) -Korcula-Dubrovnik route (including Lokrum Island and the Elaphiti Islands). Dalmatia is a real gem in the Adriatic region. There are wonderful beaches, cities with attractive culture and dozens of islands to visit here. It is probably worth organizing a longer trip so that we can explore as much as we can, and have a truly unique experience.
The climate diagrams are based on 30 years of hourly weather model simulations. They give good indications of typical climate patterns and expected conditions (temperature, precipitation, sunshine and wind). The “mean daily maximum” (solid red line) shows the maximum temperature of an average day for every month for Dalmatia. Likewise, “mean daily minimum” (solid blue line) shows the average minimum temperature.
The wind rose for Dalmatia shows how many hours per year the wind blows from the indicated direction. The diagram for Dalmatia shows the days per month, during which the wind reaches a certain speed.