Starting at the Krke River and spilling northwest to Makarska, Central Dalmatia offers rocky terrain and a Mediterranean climate. The winds whistle through the islands of various size and attraction in the region, from the rustic charm of Vis and Bol to the modern splendor of Brac.
The cultural and commercial seat of the region is Split, Croatia's second-largest city. Split is adjacent to several favorite destinations. Just to the north is Trogir, among the best-preserved historical cities in all of Central Europe for its medieval buildings influenced by Roman, gothic, Renaissance and other eras as well as the fortified wall that surrounds them. This area, as well as Diocletian's palace in Split, are the two sites on the UNESCO World Heritage List for historical protection in Croatia.
The Makarska Riviera is popular both for its sandy beaches, somewhat unique in the region, and for its unspoiled nature at the foot of Biokovo, a mountain that soars high above the coastline and hosts a magnificent natural park and botanical garden.
When the splendor, the nightlife or the sun begin to overwhelm, the cottages we offer will become your new destination of choice until the next pursuit begins.
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