The glistening azure pearl in the crown of the Adriatic, the royal Dalmatia, was born from the cradle of the “Bura” (northeasterly wind) and salt, emerged on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. Ever since the mythical period of antiquity the legend of its endemic beauty has travelled around the world carried by pen, poem and voice of many an erudite, who fell in an eternal love at first sight with its white powerful stone and the dormant pristine deep blue of the most beautiful sea in the world. The uniquely indented coastline with seemingly countless islands and islets, from the Elaphites to the archipelago, guards the glorious history of Dalmatia. The wind breathes through a canopy of the thick conifers in the spirit of the sun and sky, solemnly exalted and aware of its beauty. Paradise on earth has never seemed closer, and we are here to help you find your home in it.

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"The most beautiful city in the world", as locals often refer to their beloved city, exudes an authentic Dalmatian beauty of an easygoing lifestyle, bathed in the sun, fjaka (lazy abeyancy) and indulgence from štekat to štekat (terrace to terrace). Long hot summers, clean sea and mild winters make Split an ideal place for a different, more relaxed, no-stress lifestyle. Split is the second largest city in the Republic of Croatia and the largest Croatian city on the Adriatic coast.


Hvar, the longest and sunniest Croatian island, is one of the most beautiful islands in the world. The Island of Hvar offers you true hedonism among the lavish Roman summer houses and the mesmerizing scent of lavender. Today, Hvar is more popular in the world than it ever has been before. Hvar has made headlines in the most popular media in the world, crowned by them countless times as the most beautiful, the best and the most attractive island in Europe. Hvar is a place of a unique blend of luxurious Mediterranean...


The Island of Brač is covered with pine and cypress forest and lined with lovely bays. The sunny hills of Brač are ideal for vineyards that yield tasty grapes used to make extraordinary wines. Ever since ancient times Brač residents have exploited the rock quarries near Pučišća on the northern side of the island to build their houses. The very same beautiful stone from Brač was used for the White House in Washington and in the Diocletian Palace in Split. However, Brač is best known for its paradise beach Zlatni Rat in...


Mljet is a pristine secluded piece of the genuine Mediterranean, shrouded in beautiful thick mysterious coniferous forest. The crystal-clear sea enfolds it in deep blue mystery. The easiest way to reach this national park is by ferry or one of the many "charter" boats from Dubrovnik – the pearl of the Adriatic and the Mediterranean – which is in its immediate vicinity, as is the Pelješac Peninsula, a wine-growing paradise known throughout the world for hundreds of years as a top wine producing area. The beaches on the...


Wonderful sunsets, top quality wine, olive oil and the epic glow of the ancient stone will tell you a story that will make you fall in love with life on this island. Venetians, Romans, Greeks and even its prehistoric inhabitants – all have left their marks on this millennial island in the south of Dalmatia. The central town on the island, Korčula, is fortified by walls and its streets are positioned in a herringbone shape, which allows easy movement through the city, but, at the same time, also protects residents from...


Vis is an ideal destination for all those who want to visit a secluded, sun-bathed piece of untouched Mediterranean paradise. From hiking trails, through mysterious caves and beautiful secluded beaches, to renowned restaurants – Vis really offers a bit of magic to everyone. Stiniva Bay is the emerald on this radiant crown, with a stunning beach created after a cave collapsed. Not only does it have the status of “protected landscape,” it was also chosen as the most beautiful European beach in 2016. Visitors looking for...


Take a ferry from the beautiful City of Split and in less than an hour you will find yourself in an oasis of pristine nature, the Island of Šolta. The island of the Queen of the Teutons, Diocletian's Ponds, was the inspiration to the poet, Marko Marulić, today is a nautical oasis to experience Dalmatia as it once was. Šolta is an island of Illyrian legends, antiquity, medieval poetry, rich maritime tradition, notable oenology and typical Mediterranean cuisine. If you are looking for intimate coves with little to no...


The island of Čiovo is a kind of an extension of the City of Trogir, therefore, it offers a lot of opportunities for rest, recreation and swimming, as well as numerous historical monuments. Its location in the central part of Dalmatia, renders Čiovo an ideal starting point to explore the rich cultural heritage and natural beauty of Dalmatia. Numerous pebble beaches adorned by the crystal clear sea offer an amazing view of the islands Brač, Šolta and Hvar in the Central Dalmatian Archipelago.


The city of Trogir was founded by Greek colonists from the island of Vis in the III century. BC Christ. It was considered the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic city in Central Europe. The castle and tower surrounded by walls form the core of Trogir. The most important cultural monument is the Trogir Cathedral, whose portal of the western door was made by master Radovan. The historical core of Trogir is located on the coast of Kaštela Bay, on the islet of Trogir between Čiovo and the mainland, connected to the mainland by...



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