Dalmatia

Experience exclusive comfort and beauty: rent a luxury villa in Dalmatia

With your head in the shade, your body in the sun and your feet in the water

This unique landscape is characterized by white pebble beaches, countless tiny islands and the wonderfully cler deep blue sea of ​​the Adriatic. Here the Adriatic has gently approached the highest peak of the Mediterranean, forming a unique landscape that has become a tourist paradise. Steep coasts, crystal clear water, steel blue skies, dazzling white rocks and enchanting towns – the Dalmatian coast offers everything you would expect from a beach holiday and much more.

Pure culture: The Romans founded palaces and the Venetians introduced the Renaissance. The coastline and island-world of Dalmatia is one of the most beautiful landscapes in Europe. The mountains rise high into the sky in the background, the water of the rocky coast is so clean that you can see deep down to the bottom and the towns that line up along the coastal highway are mountains of numerous treasures that are waiting to be discovered.

Dalamtia, with its iconic towns like Split and Dubrovnik and islands like Hvar, Brac, Kordula and Pag, has been a dream destination for Central Europeans for more than a century. Today is Dalmatia an international destination and from all parts of the World arrive guests, who are renting a luxury villa, booking a cruise or travelling along the coastline and the islands.

Dalmatia is a region of Croatia stretching from Zadar to Kotor on a 441 km coastline. The main city is Split. It is considered the political and economic center of Dalmatia. For many, Dalmatia is considered the most beautiful region of Croatia. Rent a luxury villa for your vacation and explore the numerous islands and the clean water and experience the hospitality of the people.

Villas and Hotels in Dalmatia

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Croatia | Dalmatia
Kastel Kambelovac
Croatia | Dalmatia
Omis
Croatia | Dalmatia
Dubrovnik
Croatia | Dalmatia
Stari Grad
Croatia | Dalmatia
Stari Grad
Croatia | Dalmatia
Vela Luka
Croatia | Dalmatia
Korcula
Croatia | Dalmatia
Selca
Croatia | Dalmatia
Kastela
Croatia | Dalmatia
Sumartin
Croatia | Dalmatia
Sumartin
Croatia | Dalmatia
Sumartin
Croatia | Dalmatia
stari Grad
Croatia | Dalmatia
Lopud
5 bedrooms | 10 persons max.
 
Croatia | Dalmatia
Seget Donji
Croatia | Dalmatia
Sveta Nedjelja
Croatia | Dalmatia
Selca
Croatia | Dalmatia
Primosten
Exploring Dalmatia

To explore the beautiful coastline of Dalmatia, the best way to drive on the coastal highway, which is considered one of the most beautiful routes in the world. The mountains rise almost 2000 m high directly from the sea, the offshore island archipelagos with their bright rocks glitter in the emerald green to turquoise sea and boats paint lines of white foam on them. Endless curves, up and down, through bays and along fjords, take you from town to town, from Little Venice to Old Rome, from one beach bay to the other.

If you prefer less exhausting exploring options, just land at one of the Airports – in Dubrovnik or Split – and reach your destination comfortable with private transfers – by car and boat. There are many exciting options – the Islands Korcula, Hvar, Brac and Pag – just to mention the most know ones. The islands have their own personality, nature and gastronomy. If you have enough time, worth to plan an island hopping, connected to a stay in one of the cities. The islands are very well connected tot the main land with ferries or on some points with monumental bridges.

Climate and best travel period

From May to October you can enjoy in Dalmatia the Mediterranean summer. The evening/night is something cooler, but you will love the al-fresco dining on the terrace of your luxury villa or in lovely restaurants around. In the spring and fall (March, April, November) are the days still pleasant and mostly sunny, but be ready for chilly evenings and nights. Betwen islands and coastline are the differnt wind types and streams important to mention, yet those are rather influental during the winter.

Entertainment and Nightlife

In the mainland's the main cities of Dalmatia such as Zadar, Split and Dubrovnik offer sparkling nightlife, numerous entertainment options and events all year round. On the islands you will enjoy a wide range of selection of restaurants, cocktail bars and beach clubs.

The hottest locations are usually near the beach and are a popular meeting place for swimming and relaxing during the day. When the heat of the day is over, meet again at there for cocktails, dinners and parties.

Culinaric

If you like the authentic way of exploring the local cuisine of a place, then in Dalmatia will be the best way to join a simple snack on a bench in front of a konoba (traditional Dalmatian restaurant). There is a carafe of wine on the table, the landlord slices the ham with a large knife, accompanied by fresh bread, black olives pickled in salt and delicious cheese from the island of Pag. And to finish, a locally produced shot is a must.

But the cuisine is of course more varied. Leaving aside the ubiquitous Ćevapčići and Pljeskavica, there are lamb and pork stews and grilled dishes. Numerous fish dishes and seafood are on the menu, pickled or grilled, boiled or fried - the sea is still a main source of food. And at the end, palačinke, pancakes with filling, close the meals.

The Dalmatian cuisine is a blend of several infusions, like the Italian/Mediterranean, Hungarian and Bosnian influences. Each sub-destination or islands have their signature products. The sheep cheese from the Island Pag is world famous, while the islands Hvar and Korcula, as well the peninsula Peljesac producing less known, yet excellent wines.

If you prefer tailor-made culinaric experiences, our concierge will make for you a unique combination of local restaurants and prvate cooking in your villa.

Shopping

The Dalmatian cities of Split and Dubrovnik will offer you some unique boutiques or famous brands. However the best shopping advice if you look for some souveniers, the foodie and natural local products. The most of the regions of Dalmatia produce excellent olive oil – especially the island Pag´s famous Lun Olive oil, which is from hundreds of years of olive trees, or the delicous sheep cheeses with unique taste combinations. The island Hvars organic cherry products are also worth to bring home. If you like the sent of lavender, go for the organic products, like oils, cushions or cosmetics, which are produces from the extensive lavender fields – also on Hvar.

 

Arrival

The main airports on the Dalmatian coast are Split (www.split-airport.hr) and Dubrovnik (www.airport-dubrovnik.hr)  - while the larger international planes are landing in Zagreb (www.zagreb-airport.hr/en).

Between Rijeka in the North and Dubrovnik in the South, the company Jadrolinija (www.jadrolinija.hr) operates a scheduled boat service that travels along the coast twice a week and stops at the larger ports on the mainland and on the islands.

The islands are very well connected with ferries to the mainland, especially in the season with frequent schedule.

However is your travel route and schedule, our concierge will help you with insider tips and planning your trip.

Facts Croatia

Language: croatian

Population: 4,5 Mio. residents

Surface: 56.542 km²

Capital: Zagreb (800.000 residents)

International prefix: 00385

Currency: Euro

Time zone: Central European Time (CET)

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