- Dalmatian region offers dreamlike scenery on mainland and islands
- Admire historical cities featuring a lively Mediterranean feel
- Explore unique Zadar installations - Sea Organ & Greeting to the Sun
- Discover the sea through swimming, snorkeling, or diving
- Visit the mountains that offer hiking and impressive views
- See UNESCO World Heritage location - National Park Plitvice Lakes
- Take a tour to Kornati National Park: an archipelago of 89 islands
- Enjoy the shallows, the sand and the great view of the Nin Lagoon
- Hike in Paklenica National Park- home to dramatic gorges and caves
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.
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.