Dalmatian history is one of the most important stages of Christianity in the world
Dalmatia, recognizable for its natural beauty and rich history, also enables remarkable religious tourism experience. This sun-kissed corner of the Mediterranean abounds in sacred heritage that radiates spirituality and cultural diversity. Dalmatia is home to numerous churches, monasteries, cathedrals and chapels that bear witness to the millennial connection of the local people with Catholicism. The city of Split, with its unique Diocletian’s Palace complex, preserves the Cathedral of St. Domnius, one of the most valuable Christian sanctuaries in this part of Europe and the world’s oldest cathedral.
Here you will come across an imposing heritage, but also feel a touch of former architectural, sculptural, painting and literary art. Monuments such as Diocletian’s Palace in Split, the historical centres of Hvar, Brač, Vis, Trogir and the Omiš and Makarska riviera testify to an extraordinary combination of religious and cultural value. These sites present an opportunity for visitors to embark on a spiritual journey through history, while various processions, customs and religious customs express a strong and indelible tradition that will undoubtedly impress you.
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Preseason and postseason offer unique opportunities for tourists to experience a destination beyond the peak crowds.
Enjoy Central Dalmatia right before the heat of the Summer and miss the crowds. The preseason is the perfect time to visit Dalmatia. The early bird gets the worm!
The postseason in Central Dalmatia is by no means the end of the Summer. The temperature remains comfortable until November, perfect for extending your stay!