Pool villa for up to six people on the island of Korčula.1/15Refreshment required?
Dalmatia | Holiday homes with a pool offer you the best way of revitalising yourself. With one jump, you can cool off from the summer sun, swim, splash around and enjoy.
Per week from GBP 465show 1,431 offers
2/15Best holiday resort in Croatia
Dubrovnik | With its old quarter, the harbour, and the historic town wall, Dubrovnik is, without doubt, one of the most beautiful cities in Europe – and also the best holiday resort in Croatia.
Per week from GBP 237show 881 offers
View from a luxurious pool villa for up to 10 people directly located on the beach of Drašnice.4/15Pearl of the Adriatic
Makarska Riviera | Dalmatia’s coast is one of the most beautiful parts of the Mediterranean. You have a direct view of the water from these holiday homes and apartments on the gorgeous Makarska Riviera.
Per week from GBP 215show 2,970 offers
5/15Best holiday resort in Croatia
Split | Beach holidays go hand in hand with cultural holidays here. This mixture has won you over and made Split the best Croatian holiday resort 2014 on the basis of the submitted reviews.
Per week from GBP 231show 154 offers
10% discount: Holiday apartment for two persons in Korcula.6/15You can save up to 20%
Croatia | The beaches and the beautiful coastal resorts promise the best conditions for a holiday. You’ll find last-minute offers for the summer holidays here.
Per week from GBP 217show 4,136 offers
Lighthouse on the little island of Palagruža, far out in the Adriatic.7/15Be a lighthouse keeper
Croatia | Yes, you really can live here! Let your gaze sweep over the sea, keep a lookout for ships and feel like a real lighthouse keeper.
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Secluded holiday home on the island of Lošinj.8/15My own bathing bay
Croatian coast | No neighbours for far and wide - you will spend your holidays here like Robinson Crusoe. These holiday homes are secluded in the countryside and are also usually furnished in a very simple way.
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Discover the beautiful Dalmatia
Dalmatia | The picturesque landscape of Dalmatia stretches from the island Rab in the northwest to the border with Montenegro in the southeast. Typical features of the coast in this traditional region are the fjord like bays as well as the islands off the coast. Cultural and touristic centres are the towns of Split, Dubrovnik, Zadar and Sibenik. In the small fishing villages and idyllic heartland you will find peace and seclusion. Beautiful sandy beaches are a special feature of the islands Rab and Pag. The other islands also are worth spending a vacation on. When on Pag don’t miss out on tasting the local delicassy feta cheese.
Worth a visit is Dalmatia's biggest city Split. Why do you not start at the Diokletian's Palace and take a stroll through the old town centre as well as along the promenade. Alternatively you could walk up to Marjan Hill where you have a wonderful view over the area. Should you want to take in some of the cultural treasures then we would recommend you to visit one of the larger museums of the town.
The Makarska Riviera provides you with some of the most charming beaches where you can relax and recharge those empty batteries. With the phenomenal setting of the Biokovo Mountains as a background make this location one of the unique parts of coastal strip to be found in Dalmatia.
In the south part of Dalmatia you will find the Konavle Valley also known as the “Garden of Dubrovnik”. A variety of vegetables as well as figs, olives and cypresses grow in these ideal surroundings. Equally important are the vineyards of this region that are spread out in this spacious valley. This diverse and fertile countryside invites you to go on extensive walks whilst enjoying the tranquillity that the area offers. Should you want to take in some of the local sights and sounds then you should visit the town of Cilipi where every Sunday folklore events take place.
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According to legend , the Splitska was founded by the Trojan hero Anthenor that his army after a long trip galleon anchored in the bay of Splitska . After the fall of Troy , Anthenor is founded on the island of Brac city , and today Skrip . City Splitska it served as a port for the transport of stone blocks from quarries Škripskih : Zastrazisce , Rasoha and Plate . These quarries are really for years supplied the site on land for building various stone buildings , including the Palace of Diocletian in Split .
Today the village is built around Kastelet family brac princes Cerinić which was built in the 16th century , and from whom he has remained just a big square tower on the southeast side of town . During the 18th century Splitska was a favorite resting Venetian sailors . At the end of the century there was a decline of Venice and Splitska can solve the dominance of the nobility and along with other places of Brac came under Austrian rule . Splitska in the second half of the 20th century, gradually losing all the important functions which ultimately leads to the collapse of the quarry .
Unavoidable examples of cultural and historical heritage of Splitska include a church dedicated to the Blessed Virgin Mary was built on the foundations of an earlier church from the 1228th year , Castle Cerinic the 1577th year and Heracles relief in the quarry Rasohe .