3 OF CONDE NAST TOP 13 DESTINATIONS LOCATED IN CENTRAL DALMATIA
So where are the best places to visit in Croatia? According to the internationally respected publication, Conde Nast Traveler, about a quarter of them are in Central Dalmatia. And who are we to disagree?
Here is what they said about the three Central Dalmatian destinations which made the list.
One of the country’s most popular islands for sunbathers and oenophiles, Hvar is renowned for its sunny beaches, lavender fields, and lush vineyards. It also features a beautiful city center, complete with Gothic palaces and marble stone streets. Bonus: It’s also Croatia’s sunniest spot.
Zlatni Rat, Brač
Of all the beaches in Croatia, Zlatni Rat stands out for its unusual shape (which changes depending on the current) and material (it’s actually made up of smooth, tiny pebbles). The so-called “Golden Cape” is a popular spot for windsurfing, jet-skiing, and stand-up paddle boarding.
Croatia’s second-largest city is a fascinating mix of ancient and modern. Walk through the sprawling 4th-century Diocletian’s Palace (pictured), where trendy clubs and boutiques alternate with ancient churches; or stroll along the Riva seafront promenade, which is dotted with cafes and souvenir shops.
To see the full list, check out the Conde Nast article, Best Places to Visit in Croatia.