Dalmatia

South Croatian coast, Dalmatia region is located in the southern part of the Adriatic coast. It stretches north of Velebit on the mainland and the island of Pag on the sea till Dubrovnik and Konavle in the south.
Northern Dalmatia and Zadar region are the most northern part of Dalmatia, whose center is the city of Zadar, known for its rich historical legacy, such as the Roman Forum, St.Donat`s church and attractions like "Sea organ" and "Greeting to the Sun".

Central Dalmatia is the largest region of Dalmatia, and its center Split is an attractive tourist destination known for  many attractions such as the UNESCO protected Diocletian's Palace, the famous Mediterranean Square "Prokurative", and the oldest cathedral in the world, the Cathedral of St.Duje, the patron saint of Split.

The most southern part of Dalmatia is South Dalmatia, which is certainly best known for the historic city of Dubrovnik, the birthplace of Marco Polo and the islands of Korcula and Peljesac known for its wine and captain's houses. It is an area of preserved nature, where camps provide complete enjoyment in the sea and greenery. If you are looking for comfort during your stay, be sure to choose accommodation in mobile homes to experience the perfect vacation at sea. Mobile homes offers guests completely new type of holiday that intertwines both enjoyment in the nature and the comfort of your own home.

Dalmatia region has the longest coastline of all other Croatian regions located along the coast, about 1200 kilometers, as well as the largest number of islands, a total of 942 islands.

Dalmatia will surely win each guest with clean sea, sun, olives, wine and a capella singing .
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