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Best summer destination

Dalmatia is a southern region in Croatia known for its long beaches, pine woods and the ancient towns such as Zadar, Šibenik, Split and Dubrovnik. It is also a home to some of Croatia’s most beautiful islands including Korčula, Brač, Hvar, Vis, Mljet and others. It is well known for its homemade, traditional cuisine, which mainly consists of fish and other sea products, olive oil, fresh vegetables and fruits, paired with fine wines. Friendly locals prepare the dishes in a simple and traditional, “poor man’s” manner, but you can visit restaurants that combine traditional Dalmatian cuisine with fine dining.

The region’s culinary scene is a delightful mix of Mediterranean flavors, with fresh seafood, olive oil, and local wines playing a prominent role. Traditional Dalmatian cuisine reflects the region’s cultural heritage and maritime influence.

Dalmatia’s allure lies not only in its natural splendor but also in its rich history and warm hospitality. The combination of ancient heritage, scenic beauty, and a laid-back lifestyle makes Dalmatia a captivating destination for travelers seeking a perfect blend of culture and coastal charm.

Dalmatian way of life

Dalmatia is filled with charming, fishermen villages, where you can taste the freshest fish. But if you’re in search of more than just seaside relaxing vacation, Dalmatia has many activities to offer, such as rafting, sea or river kayaking, ziplining, cycling, hiking and many more. Peek into Dalmatian way of life, as you’ve never seen it before – for your perfect vacation.