A land of vineyards, pomegranates and thriving lemon trees, Dalmatia is located across the sea from Italy, luring the traveller with a subtropical Mediterranean climate and long rainless summers. With over 1,000 islands, its landscape is dotted with small coves and channels, tranquil bays, traditional fishing villages and old wooden boats. The crystal clear Adriatic sea is swimmable from early May until late September.


Dalmatia's rich cultural heritage is present everywhere: in its arts, architecture and customs.


Its stone ruins have been witness to over 2,000 years of history. Its ancient coast bears the signature of the Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Venetians, French and Austrians. Dalmatia is a land of marble palaces and some of the oldest churches on the continent.

Among the ancient structures and unspoiled nature, little cafes offer choice wines straight from the barrel and a way of life quite unaffected by modern influences.


The people of Dalmatia represent the best of their diverse heritage. They are quick to joke, sing, play music and dance. They are true gastronomes, raised in the abundance of fresh fish, homegrown meat and vegetables. Like the land and sea that support them, their lifestyle is both exuberant and tranquil. The men are strong and of tall stature. The beauty of its women is the stuff of legends.


Croatia is a country of simple economy and newfound democratic political stability, and is considered the most European of the Balkan states.

An appreciation of the good life comes easily when one is surrounded by the natural beauty and exquisite gastronomy Dalmatians enjoy


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