Visit the Dalmatian coast
The Dalmatian Coast is famous as the home of one of Europe's most dramatic coastlines. Dalmatia offers an artful blend of old and new, relaxation and cultural excellence unlike any other destination in the Adriatic.
Top itineraries in Dalmatia
This two-centre break allows you to combine a week on the island of Korčula - one of the largest of the Croatian islands – with the UNESCO World Heritage site of Dubrovnik.
This two-centre break allows you to combine a week on one of the 1244 Croatian islands and experiencing island life with a stay in a mainland resort for your second week.
Image a magical, sun-kissed coastline, dotted with islands and medieval towns. Imagine an unspoilt landscape of craggy, limestone cliffs and sparkling, sapphire lakes.
Top places to stay in Dalmatia
Between decadent fine dining, contemporary rooms and an upscale rooftop bar – complete with pool, terraced gardens and sea-facing massages – this is Hvar at its indulgent best.
Lafodia balances island beauty in its beach, bay views and nearby ancient sights with international-standard luxury, best seen in its superb dining options and spa.
This is a fabulous boutique hotel, found on Croatia's sparkling Dalmatian coast, just over three kilometres from UNESCO World Heritage-listed Dubrovnik. The restaurant provides panoramic views from its terrace, while there is a spa, Roman bath, outdoor pool and beach, amongst other facilities.
Originally built in the early 1970s when Croatian modernism was at its peak, Rixos Libertas is spread across a steep hillside in a succession of curving terraces, near the beautiful walled city of Dubrovnik. The hotel was damaged during the 1991-2 siege but reopened in 2007 having been restored to …
Where to go in Dalmatia
Korcula, the largest in the chain of Dalmatian islands, is an island of quiet coves and sandy beaches. With scenic drives along the southeast coastline Korcula is also one of the less touristy islands in the region.
Hvar, the sunniest place in Croatia, is easily the country's most luxurious island. Considered to be among the most beautiful islands in the world, Hvar should be on the itinerary of anyone interested in rubbing shoulders with the glitterati or discovering a fresh up-and-coming island paradise.
Mljet Island is the most naturally verdant of all the islands in the Dubrovnik archipelago; the northwest section of the island, the Mljet National Park, is a designated protected area.
When to go to Dalmatia
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