To experience an unforgettable Dalmatia luxury tour, you need the most exclusive and authentic activities this gorgeous region has to offer. With thousands of years of history, striking landscapes, national parks and mediterranean cuisine, there is certainly no shortage of opportunities. Therefore we have selected for you only the best things to do in Dalmatia.
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Create memories with family and friends in one of Dalmatia luxury villas for rent. Set in some of the most inspiring landscapes in Croatia, these stunning homes feature all kinds of desirable amenities and services. Including swimming pool, private parking and easy access to the beach.
With villas that range from 2 to 14 bedrooms, you can choose between lovely and intimate homes and majestic mansions. One thing is for sure, all properties are selected to guarantee the highest standards and greatest experience.
Croatia’s coastline runs more than 1,100 miles. Add the shorelines of 1,185 islands, plus its inland lakes, rivers, lagoons, and waterfalls, and it’s clear that the country is a paradise for watersports enthusiasts. Whether you’re a fan of paddleboarding, windsurfing, kitesurfing, snorkeling, diving, speed boat excursions or you prefer something more chill such as yachting or snorkeling Croatia is a paradise for those looking to explore the Adriatic.
From Šibenik, Murter or Zadar embark on a morning boat tour to Kornati Islands. After the scenic ride over the crystal-clear waters, you will reach this beautiful islands full of excellent opportunities for walking and exploring. When you enter Kornati, you’ve arrived somewhere completely different. It’s a very meditative and minimal landscape, unlike any other island chain in the Adriatic. As you sail around the park, you will not be able to ignore the pertinent high cliffs in the surrounding land areas. Some of the most breathtaking cliffs stretch as high as 60 to 75 meters.
If you are feeling energtic, you can climb up toward the islands’ captivating peaks. From there, you can get a unique picturesque view of the beautiful archipelago. You need something to eat? There are around 20 restaurants in Kornati, most offering fresh fish and the islands’ traditional aromatic lamb. Many are only accessed from the sea. Later in the days, make your way to the fascinating beach Lojena, the only true natural sandy beach among private islands, consisted of white pebble stones surrounded by crystal-clear sea. This beach, proclaimed many times as one of the most beautiful beaches of the Adriatic, will leave you speechless.
PALMIŽANA is the popular name for the small island of St. Klement. Palmižana is located just off the coast of the town of Hvar. At this hidden sailing paradise, you can experience a relaxed and carefree holiday in a unique atmosphere of harmony with nature. The bay of Vinogradišće on the southern side of the island is encircled with a dense pine tree forest, altogether with plants such as rosemary and heather, among other exotic plants. You can have dinner in the gallery with works of renowned artists or in botanical garden and enjoy Dalmatian cuisine, full of unmistakable flavors, while basking in the aromatic air of the Mediterranean. Whether you’re a fan of swimming ,kayaking, diving or surfing, Palmižana offers plenty of opportunities for an exciting holiday.
In the small village of Plastovo, near the ancient town of Skradin, not far from the beautiful waterfalls of the Krka River, you will discover one of Croatia’s top wineries. The vineyards are about 500 years old. Owner and his wife offer a world-class wine paired with delicious food. Croatia is home to an amazing selection of wines throughout the country, but the combination of food and wine experience will be the true highlight of your time in Croatia. Anthony Bourdain ( American chef, journalist, and travel documentarian ) visited this very spot shooting an episode on Croatian cuisine for his show No Reservations. After the meal Bourdain thanked Alen’s wife and said: “epic quality accompanied by equally epic wines:”
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