Regions in Dalmatia
Why not have a look at the regions below to find out in which part of Dalmatia you would like to spend your holiday? NOVASOL has Croatia holiday homes all over Dalmatia including Croatia holiday villas and Croatia holiday apartments.
The mountain Dinara, which is 1,831 metres high, dominates the landscape in North Dalmatia and is moreover the highest mountain in the whole of Croatia. During your vacation in our holiday rentals in Croatia, you shouldn’t miss the city of Zadar with its beautiful old town and principle ferry port, which is also the biggest city in North Dalmatia. It is always great to visit the Cathedral St. Jakov, a UNESCO world heritage site that is situated in a hidden bay south of Sibenik. You can find 383 islands and rocks alongside the North Dalmatian coastline that can easily be reached by boat and sometimes even by a bridge. Why not stay in one of our holiday homes in Croatia on one of the North Dalmatian islands?
When you hear people talking about Central Dalmatia, they often refer to Split as being the most beautiful city in the world. If you decide to spend your vacation in one of NOVASOL’s Dalmatian villas in Croatia, you shouldn’t miss this city and its Riviera, which is only a 40 minutes drive away from the centre and offers silent bays that are overgrown by hundreds of pine trees. Solin is another very popular city and offers many archaeological sites that are in close distance to our Central Dalmatian holiday rentals in Croatia. If you are looking for an unforgettable natural experience, plan a day trip to Trogir with its many scattered islands and reefs. Why not spend a day in the bays of Trogir with its white pebble stone beaches and crystal blue sea and forget about every day’s routine?
South Dalmatia is the smallest region of Dalmatia and has the least inhabitants compared to North and Central Dalmatia. Nevertheless, the region attracts many tourists and you can find numerous Croatia holiday homes there. Our holiday makers enjoy the mild climate, the Mediterranean vegetation as well as the unique cities and islands. The medieval city of Dubrovnik shouldn’t be missed during a self-catering holiday in South Dalmatia (also see: self-catering Dubrovnik). The city of Cavtatis a well-known city for bathing, whereas the island of Korcula with its picturesque old town and the peninsula of Peljesac are good for sightseeing.