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Are you staying in a holiday home in Dalmatia this holiday? Our holiday homes in Dalmatia are located amidst rocky coasts, sandy beaches, deserted islands, and beautiful cities. Discover the wealth of sights, culture, history and art treasures that this beautiful part of Croatia has to offer! A holiday home in Dalmatia is perfectly suitable for culture lovers, peace seekers and water lovers.

The many possibilities of a holiday home in Dalmatia

During your stay in one of the holiday homes in Dalmatia you will soon find that nature and culture in this country often go hand in hand. The city of Imotski proves this by the fact that it is enclosed by two lakes, one of which is red and one is blue. If you are looking for a holiday home by the sea, you can go to the village of Baska Voda, with beautiful bays and especially rock and pebble beaches. This is typical of many of the Croatian beaches. During your holiday in Dalmatia, you can find the necessary amount of culture in Croatia's second largest city, Split. A nice way to explore this city is by bike, for rent in the city park of Marjan. Thus, you can easily visit Diocletian's palace. During the summer period, the nights of Diocletian are celebrated in this city, residents dress up as Romans, and people eat and drink in the dungeons of the palace. Experience the history of Dalmatia in the ruins of Salona, an ancient Roman city three times the size of Pompeii. After a long day of sightseeing, experience the peace and quiet of your own holiday home in Dalmatia, and take a refreshing dip in your private swimming pool.

Visit the different national parks

A holiday home in Dalmatia is a perfect starting point for a visit to various national parks. Nature and culture lovers can enjoy themselves here. Five of Croatia's seven national parks are located in Dalmatia. Visit the Krka waterfalls in the national park of the same name, explore the uninhabited islands of Kornati or the island of Mljet, or wander through the forests of Biokovo National Park. Each national park has its own specialities, and are therefore all worth a visit. Holiday homes in Dalmatia ensure you can fully enjoy all the natural beauty that Croatia has to offer during your holiday.

Discover the fairytale underwater world

Holiday homes in Dalmatia are ideal for a diving holiday. Discover the caves, cliffs, archaeological finds and reefs hidden at the bottom of the ocean. Dalmatia, with its varied underwater world, is a Valhalla for diving enthusiasts. Dive into the shipwreck of Baron Gautsch, the colourful cliffs of Osir and Osor, search for the red coral at the St. Andrew wall, or visit one of the other attractions in the Adriatic Sea. Dalmatia is a suitable dive site for both beginners and advanced divers. Find your perfect stay in Belvilla's range of holiday homes in Dalmatia!

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Holiday in Dalmatia - FAQs
How many Belvilla houses can I choose from in Dalmatia?

There are 650+ Belvilla houses in Dalmatia.

What are the most important places to visit in Dalmatia?

Some of the most important places to visit in Dalmatia are Walls of Dubrovnik, Zarkovica Animal Shelter, Old Town, Dubrovnik Cable Car, and Bol, island of Brac.

Any activities that I must include during my stay in Dalmatia?

Some of the must-do activities in Dalmatia are:

  • Heritage and cultural tours
  • Monastery and cathedral visits
  • Beach activities
  • Kayaking
  • Trying local food

 

If I’m coming from the UK, what are my options?

Travelers from the UK can reach Dalmatia by flight.

What are the recommended dishes in Dalmatia?

Some of the recommended dishes in Dalmatia are soups and broths, Soparnik, Salted anchovies, sardines, and oysters.