Things To Do In Central Dalmatia
Central Dalmatia is one of the best places to stay in holiday homes in Croatia as there are many activities and festivals to enjoy as well as the great beaches, cities and national parks. Many holidaymakers arrive into Split before heading off to the islands in the Adriatic such as Hvar and Brac or taking a sailing trip along the coastline. However, there are many other things to do in this popular area whilst on holiday in villas in Croatia.
Historical Places to Visit
The city of Split is full of cultural and historical sites such as the Diocletian’s Palace and the city is famous for this Unesco World Heritage site. As well as the Palace, another popular place to visit is the Cathedral of St Domnius which is very well preserved and the entrance also includes access to the Temple of Jupiter. One of the best ways to see these sights is to take a walking tour and discover the city and all its treasures. See our great range of holiday rentals Croatia and explore Central Dalmatia.
Things to see in Central Dalmatia
If you are staying in Croatia holiday apartments, another great place to visit in Central Dalmatia is Trogir, which was once known as Trau and is built inside medieval walls. Trogir has maintained its beautiful architecture and is a lovely place to visit and see the interesting sights in the town. The finest attraction in Trogir is the Cathedral of St Lovro, which is one of the best in Croatia and for something a bit different the Kamerlengo fortress from the 15th Century is also worth a visit. The fortress was built during the Napoleonic occupation and also is where the Trogir Summer Festival takes place. Central Dalmatia hosts many great festivals and has become well known for its music festival scene. The combination of beautiful landscapes, idyllic beaches and warm weather is ideal for festivals. Stay in one of our Croatia holiday homes if you are going to one of the festivals.
The Biokovo National Park
As well as cultural and historical attractions there are plenty of natural landmarks to visit such as the Dragon’s Cave on the island of Bol just off the coast of Central Dalmatia. It is thought that a 15th Century friar carved dragons and other images into the cave and you can also hire a guide to take you there. The Biokovo National Park is a good place for walking and hiking and taking in the superb scenery of Central Dalmatia. We have many holiday homes in Dalmatia, so book one and discover Central Dalmatia.