If you want to see rugged, unspoiled Dalmatia, the central region is where you want to visit. With delicious seafood, a laid-back atmosphere, and soft pebble beaches it is easy to see why Dalmatia has rocketed into the public consciousness of vacation destinations.
Crotia’s second-largest city, and the capital of central Dalmatia, is Split - featuring historic downtown protected by walls built during the Roman Empire. The inhabitants of this chic city love high fashion and the cosmopolitan life. You’ll see plenty of multi million dollar yachts swarming the waters of central Dalmatia as it has become a hotspot for the rich and famous in Europe and abroad.
Island Brac: The largest of the central Dalmatian islands, Brac offers gorgeous limestone deposits and architecture throughout. Spend the day catching some rays on Zlatni Rat and dive into the turquoise bay to cool off.
Island Hvar: The famous nightlife makes Hvar a modern day celebrity hot spot in all seasons. Its strategic nautical position within Croatia made Hvar an important asset to the wealthy of various historical periods.
Island Ciovo: A mild climate along with beautiful beaches make Ciovo one of the most visited areas for tourists in central Dalmatia. The natural topography makes Ciovo an incredible place for sightseeing.
In these remote destinations, vacation rentals stand out as a prominent option for lodging. Vacation rentals offer the space, privacy, and amenities of home, for a fraction of the price of a hotel. Experience Central Dalmatia like a local, the sights, smells, and tastes by staying in a vacation home.