If you have never been to Croatia, you might need a bit inspiration, so have a look at some of the places below, which we can personally recommend.
Trogir: Trogir is situated in Middle Dalmatia; about 25 km north of Split and only a few km from the Airport Split, the old town part is part of UNESCO world heritage list. We often visit Trogir and can warmly recommend anybody to spend a holiday in Trogir, which is a perfect spot for a relaxing vacation.
Vis: The Island of Vis used to be a former military base, since the mid 90’s the island has been reopened to visitors. The Island Vis is still fairly unspoiled and is a really nice spot for a holiday far away from modern civilisation.
Biševo: if you spend you holiday at Vis, you for sure should plan spending 1 day visiting the small sister island Bisevo, which is a 30 minutes sailing trip from the city Komiža on Vis. Biševo has one of the most well-known attraction in Croatia, the blue cave, which only can be reached by boat.
Split: is the capital of Dalmatia and the second largest city in Croatia, the town is build around the 1700 year old Diocletian palace which is part of UNESCO world heritage list. The cities has the reason years made great effort in transforming from a transit to a holiday destination, which have made a Holiday in Split more and more popular the recent years.
Omis: is a 15.000 people town, situated 25 south of Split, the city having some really nice sand beaches which every year attract lots of tourist. As the city is situated next to the mouth of the Cetina River, Omis also offers lots of water activities like wild water rafting or canyonning.
Zadar: is situated in the northern part of Dalmatia, well protected by some of the Mediterranean island, the city has and marvellous old town part, which has and amazing story. From Zadar there is excellent opportunity to visit some of Croatia greatest national park, the National park Kornati, National park Krka and the National park Paklenica are situated with in 1 hour drive from the city.
Dubrovnik: is Croatia’s most famous tourist destination, the old town part with its 6 meter wide city walls is a must see for any Croatia traveller. The city is situated in the southern part of Dalmatia on 20 km from Montenegro. We have spent several holidays in Dubrovnik and can warmly recommend planning a visit in the city.