The official site of the Tourist Board Split-Dalmatia County


The unbroken diamond of Central Dalmatian tourism with its picturesque nature, diverse cultural heritage, a tradition of hospitality and great opportunities for active holidays is a real gem of natural beauty. Stone fortresses from its centuries-long history, Roman roads, archaeological sites surrounded by rivers and lakes, villages and small towns, everything is here at your fingertips.

A table groaning with local meat delicacies, fruit and vegetables that are only grown in this area will spice up every visit to the Dalmatian hinterland. Located just thirty kilometres from the sea, the Central Dalmatian hinterland is full of indigenous settlements and hospitable hosts working in viticulture and cattle raising as well as in agritourism and ecotourism for which its surroundings provide them with the ideal prerequisites. In the cloak of rivers and valleys, glades and lakes, the Dalmatian hinterland is a tourist gem of the rural area that you really must discover.


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