What to visit

Cities to visit:

Dubrovnik South Dalmatia region has the longest tradition in tourism in Croatia, thanks to exquisite nature beauty, historical heritage and widely known healing characteristics of climate and vegetation. Its capital, Dubrovnik is one of the most prominent tourist destinations on the Adriatic thanks to over a thousand year old history that is visible in every part of this city. The city is a living museum and a live stage, and has an ideal connection between its historical past and the modern day. The town is surrounded by 1940 meters long medieval walls, which are preserved in their origina…   Details >>
Šibenik Šibenik is located in a large bay where the Krka river meets the sea. It grew from an old Croatian fort near the fortress of St. Michael, which still overlooks the town. Its vibrant, narrow winding streets, stone houses, many staircases and the remains of the city walls give Šibenik that romantic Mediterranean atmosphere. One of the things not to be missed in Šibenik is Cathedral Sveti Jakov, built in1434 and listed by Unesco World Heritage. The cathedral lies just underneath the fortress walls of the town in the old area of Sibenik. It is a city of culture, the host to the only …   Details >>
Split Split, the biggest port in Dalmatia is also the center of Dalmatia situated between the east part of the Kastela Bay and canal of Split. The city was first settled when, 1700 years ago, the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace on the site of today's Split. Diocletian's Palace is well preserved Roman monument located now in the very heart of Split. Since 1979 it's on the UNESCO World Heritage list. Split is one of the warmest cities at the Adriatic coast and therefore one of the sunniest towns in Europe. Located in the very center of the Adriatic coast, this tourist, economic a…   Details >>
Zadar Zadar is situated at the heart of the Adriatic, between Rijeka on the north and Split on the south. This, a few thousand years old town and the capital of Dalmatia in ancient times attract its tourists with one of the best preserved pre-Romanesque monument on the Mediterranean - the church of St. Donat from ninth century, Zadar's most famous spot. It is surrounded by four national parks: Plitvička jezera, Paklenica, Krka and Kornati and in front of the town there are over 300 islands and cliffs, so it's Croatian most favorable nautical destination. The town is fortified with mediev…   Details >>
Rijeka The town of Rijeka is an important business, trade, industrial and cultural center of Primorsko-goranska County, a region which consists of an unusual link between the sea and mountains. To its visitors, Rijeka offers a variety of city events which generally take place in the open public spaces thanks to the favourable weather. Be sure not to miss the Rijeka Carnival, which is, according to the estimates of tourist journalists, the third biggest carnival in the world after Rio de Janeiro and Venice. The 24th International Carnival held in 2007, brought together about 8,000 partic…   Details >>
Pula Pula, a city that has existed for three thousand years, is situated in the south of the Istrian peninsula, known for attractive coastline, historical towns and gastronomy. Its most famous attraction is well preserved Roman amphitheatre called The Arena, built during the 1 st century AD- the sixth largest one in the world that still exists. Today it is used as a scene for plays and world class artist during the summer period. Together with beautiful beaches the view of the Pula region is framed by the Brijuni National Park, a gem in Istria's natural heritage. With its fourteen i…   Details >>