Cities in Central Dalmatia

Cities to Explore in Central Dalmatia

Central Dalmatia is one of our most popular destinations for holidays in villas in Croatia as there is so much to do and see from great beaches to national parks, a beautiful coastline and fascinating and historic cities. There are several cities in Central Dalmatia and the largest and most well-known are Split, Trogir, Makarska and Omis. We have lots of holiday homes Croatia in or near these cities to choose from which are all unique and offer a great range of sights and activities.

Split a Unesco World Heritage Site

Split is a Unesco World Heritage site and the second largest city in Croatia and one of the best destinations to stay in Croatia holiday apartments and experience Dalmatian life. It is probably most famous for the Diocletian’s Palace built and named after the Roman Emperor and Spilt emerged from the settlement built around the palace. Split is also full of shops, galleries, restaurants and cafes found in the narrow streets which you can explore from your holiday lettings in Croatia. Split is also a transport hub, so a good place to arrive as it is very easy to access the islands and rest of Central Dalmatia and your holiday rentals in Croatia.

Trogir

The small and lovely city of Trogir is a good place to stay or even visit for the day from Croatia holiday homes. Trogir is surrounded by medieval walls and has a seaside promenade which is full of places to eat and drink and watch the yachts during your holiday in our Croatia holiday lettings. The amazing Romanesque and Renaissance architecture found in Trogir is due to its previous Venetian rule. The Cathedral in Trogir is equally as beautiful and the city is also a World Heritage site. Trogir is a great place to stay in one of our villas in Croatia.

Makarska

Makarska is another small city which is situated in Central Dalmatia on the Adriatic coastline and a popular tourist centre where we have many villas in Croatia. Makarska is found in between the Biokovo mountains and the Adriatic Sea and it has a stylish promenade and in the centre is an old town with narrow streets. Makarska’s main attraction is its beaches, which are some of the best in Croatia. The riviera is 38 miles long and there are lots of shops, markets, bars and restaurants along the promenade to enjoy. Find your ideal holiday rentals in Dalmatia and enjoy the beautiful cities in Central Dalmatia.