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About Dalmatia

We are here to help you find your home in Dalmatia, for you to decorate as you wish, and experience unforgettable moments.



Dalmatia - the southern-most region in Croatia, extending along the coast of the warm Adriatic Sea, covers an area of 12175 km2, including hundreds of larger and smaller islands and islets, stretching an area of more than 500 km, starting from the town of Starigrad-Paklenica, to Cape Prevlaka, the most southern point of the country.

Cathedral in Šibenik


Historically named after the native "Delmati", it became the centre of specific Mediterranean culture and lifestyle, well-known for its untainted nature and clean sea, idyllic beaches, picturesque colours of vegetation, kind and relaxed people, and of course, many discovered and undiscovered locations where people have built their centuries-old stone homes, churches and fishing harbours.

hidden cove, Dalmatia

Small and Unknown Places

Small and unknown places charmingly sleeping along the coast; islands like Pag, Pašman, Hvar, Korčula; coastal towns (Dalmatian towns are the oldest towns in Croatia); pearls of architecture under UNESCO protection such as Dubrovnik – all these places are the meeting-place for tourists from all over Europe and the world. Richness in detail and richness for the soul - all this is sunny Dalmatia.

Krka river, Dalmatia


Since the summer of 2004, the whole Dalmatian region is now connected with the modern Zagreb - Split highway called Dalmatina, reducing the drive from the northern Croatian border to the coast to a maximum of 3 hours, and providing a safe and pleasant ride.

flying by plane to Dalmatia

How to Get Here the Easiest

The easiest way for Scandinavians to come is via Split Airport (located in the heart of the Dalmatia region) with Norwegian / EasyJet / SAS / Croatia Airlines etc.; via Dubrovnik with Norwegian / Croatia Airlines; or via Zadar Airport which is connected by Ryanair Jets. For those who fly to Istria or northern parts of Dalmatia, the best connected airports are Rijeka (EasyJet / Croatia Airlines) and Pula (Ryanair / Croatia Airlines).

Plitvice lakes

Natural Resources

From the Velebit Mountain to the forested island of Mljet; from the span of the Kornati archipelago and unforgettable sea landscapes, to the pleasant year-round Mediterranean climate, healthy seafood and wine, a visit to any part of Croatia will be unforgettable, and perhaps your heart will inspire you to create a new home here.