Holiday in Dalmatia

The Croatian vacation region of Dalmatia counts particularly many hours of sunshine and, with its hundreds of offshore islands, is regularly voted one of Europe's most beautiful coastal landscapes. Beautiful bays, fascinating reefs and crystal clear water are ideal for snorkeling, exploring by boat or for water sports of any kind. The beauty of nature in Dalmatia is also expressed in high mountain ranges and rugged rock formations, from which you have an impressive view of the numerous

islands with their picturesque old towns. From white (pebble) beaches to mountain massifs and charming towns with historical, architecturally valuable buildings, the diversity of the region lends itself to all the needs of its guests. Enjoy fresh seafood, soak up Croatia's Mediterranean charm, swim in romantic bays or explore the breathtaking underwater world. Hiking in the national parks or sporting activities complete the program.

About

Zadar, Split or Dubrovnik are only some of the most famous cities of the Croatian region Dalmatia. The picturesque beauty of nature, dreamy bays, water glistening in the sun - you will find a dreamlike scenery on the mainland and the many small islands. The historical cities convince with their charm and lively Mediterranean feeling. Dalmatia stretches over a coastline of about 400 kilometers and reaches from the lively metropolis of Zadar to Dubrovnik, the 'Pearl of the Adriatic'. With its well-preserved city walls and impressive scenery, the latter was also the filming location for the hit series 'Game of Thrones'.

The Dalmatian region is culturally the richest part of Croatia and has a wealth of entertainment events to offer locals and tourists alike - from music and theater to folklore and pleasure. Among the most famous festivals are those celebrating the truffle harvest and grape harvest, the sword dances in Korcula and the summer festival in Dubrovnik. As far as sports and activities are concerned, the beautiful, spacious bays invite you to swim, snorkel and dive. Beach lovers and water rats will find an absolute paradise in Dalmatia. The coastal landscape of the region is bordered inland by rugged, imposing mountain massifs, which not only offer an impressive view of hundreds of offshore islands, but are also ideal for hiking.

Falkensteiner Hotels in Dalmatia

Falkensteiner Hotel and Spa Iadera Exterior

Falkensteiner Hotel & Spa Iadera

Our luxurious 5-star hotel brings a unique Miami feeling right to the Adriatic Sea.

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Falkensteiner Family Hotel Diadora

The Family Hotel Diadora is a great place for a vacation in Croatia with the whole family.

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Falkensteiner Premium Apartments Senia Pool

Falkensteiner Premium Apartments Senia

Located directly on the sea, the luxury vacation apartment in Croatia awaits you.

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Falkensteiner Club Funimation Borik

The all-inclusive plus family hotel in Croatia offers a fantastic entertainment and sports program.

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Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana Exterior

Falkensteiner Hotel Adriana

The adults-only hotel in Croatia offers a romantic atmosphere and Mediterranean flair.

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Falkensteiner Premium Camping Zadar Exterior

Falkensteiner Premium Camping Zadar

Our campsite is only 5 km from the old city of Zadar and is open all year round.

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Activities

Tennis Academy near Falkensteiner Hotel and Spa Iadera

Tennis Academy

Benefit from the professional tennis equipment and know-how of one of the best tennis academies in Europe – The Sunball tennis academy.

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Hannover Football Camp at Falkensteiner Hotel and Spa Iadera

Hannover Football Camp

The Hannover 96 football camps are a great way to combine holidays with football training. While one part of the family gets to enjoy their vacation, aspiring football stars look forward to the 96-football school.

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Adventure Park Zadar

The Zadar Adventure Park shows off Croatia's adrenaline-charged side, offering ziplining and more.

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Adventurepark Asteria Quad ATV Adventures

Up and down hill and into the water. An action-packed quad tour through Dalmatia's diverse terrain.

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Panoramic flights

A panoramic flight with the backdrop of Dalmatia and the Adriatic Sea ensures breath-taking vacation photos.

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Skydiving

Skydive to discover Zadar from above. Tandem jumps offer an adventure for people with no experience.

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Diving

Diving is underwater sightseeing. There are colorful schools of fish waiting to be discovered in the clear sea off the Dalmatian coast.

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Yachting or sailing

The yacht or sailboat discovery tour of the Adriatic Sea also passes by the Kornati islands.

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Bungee Jumping Maslenica

Bungee jumping Maslenica takes place on the bridge Maslenica near Zadar from a height of 56 meters.

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Local Attractions

National Park Krka Waterfalls

At 72 kilometres in length, the Krka is the longest river in central Dalmatia and, thanks to the 20 kilometres between Knin and Skradin occupied by the Krka National Park, it is also probably the most spectacular one in Europe.

National Park Paklenica

The Paklenica Canyon, known as the gateway to the national park, is one of its greatest natural phenomena, and is considered the pearl of the Velebit Mountains.

Nature Park Vrana

The Vrana Lake is an unusual connection of land and water which offers a refuge to different species of plants and animals, offering them all the necessity for life. The lake is unique for its position and characteristics not only in Croatia but also in other parts of Europe.

Zadar

During your visit to the historic town of Zadar – its antique forum, the old Church of St Donatus, the Cathedral of St Anastasia, and its museums, monuments and palaces – you will learn all about the rich history of this beautiful historic city.

Nin

Our exciting journey takes us to the township of Nin where you get introduced to the highest salt quality in the world. Nin is a town with a glorious past. As a former Croatian royal town and one of the most important cultural centres of the early Croatian state,

Pag Island

Vacations on the island of Pag not only include beautiful beaches and clear water but also highlights such as a salt museum.

National Park Kornati Islands

The archipelago, with its 150 uninhabited islands, islets and reefs, is the most shattered island group in the Mediterranean.

Cave Adventure

Modric Cave is 829m long, and the curious visitor is rewarded with facts about cave formation, a guided tour through its passages and chambers, and above all, by the chance to observe the stalactites hanging from the ceiling, the stalagmites growing up from the floor and several other fantastic shapes and forms.

Telašcica Nature park

Telašćica offers variety: from hiking to water sports – comprising of 64% water, anything is possible in the nature park.

Museum of Salt – Pag island

The salt museum in Pag covers over 50 square kilometers. Up to 1978, salt was harvested here in the summer months.

Croatian National Theater Zadar

Since the 2000s, the cast of the Croatian National Theater Zadar has been attracting visitors with a varied program.

Sibenik

In summer Sibenik attracts visitors with water sports and museums. But also hosts attractions such as the children's festival or the medieval market.

Kninska Fortress

The fortress at Kninska is the largest in Dalmatia. It is thought it dates back to the 9th century.