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 • Guide to the area of Dalmatia
 
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Dalmatia is divided into several regions. The Northern
Dalmatia contains Zadar and Sibenik regions, Split region
is called Middle Dalmatia and Dubrovnik region is called
Southern Dalmatia.

Tourist sights
Makarska
National Park Krka
Split
Primošten
Baška Voda
Zadar
Brela
Šibenik
Omiš
Dubrovnik
 
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Weather and online cameras - Dalmatia
Weather and online cameras
Bol (Brač)
Dubrovnik
Korčula (Korčula)
Makarska
Mandre
 Marina Kaštela
 Milna (Brač)
Nin
Podgora
Primošten
Prvić
Rogoznica
Šibenik
Šimuni (Pag)
Sinj
Slano
Split
Sutivan
Tucepi
Vela Luka (Korčula)
Viganj
Vir
Vodice
Zadar
Zagreb
Živogošće
Zlarin
 Zrće
 
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Sea temperature
 
 Šibenik  15°C (26.3.) 
 Dugi Otok  14°C (26.3.) 
 Hvar  15°C (26.3.) 
 Split  16°C (26.3.) 
 Komiža  16°C (26.3.) 
 Lastovo  15°C (22.3.) 
Useful information
 • Information for drivers
 • Prices of entry to National parks
 • Blue Flag beaches and marinas
 • Ferry boats - Time tables and prices
 
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Actual rate (Date: 22.2.17, source www.hnb.hr)
1 EUR - 7,44 Kn, Currency calculator HERE
 
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The Zadar region, the northernmost part of Dalmatia, is influenced primarily by the Velebit mountain range, the Split region by the Biokovo mountains. The entire coast of Dalmatia is lined by tourist resorts, the most important are for example Sibenik, Vodice, Primosten, Trogir, Omis, Makarska, Brela and Dubrovnik. Dalmatia has also many historical monuments, some of them are protected by UNESCO (Diocletian's Palace in Split, towns Trogir and Dubrovnik). An important and tourist attractive part of the Dalmatia are islands, such as Kornati, Hvar, Brac, Korcula and Mljet, which are connected with mainland by an extensive network of ferry and shipping lines. Natural beauty of Dalmatia are protected in several national and natural parks, such as Paklenica, Kornati, Telascica, Krka and Mljet.


  North Dalmatia
Guide of the area
  Central Dalmatia
Guide of the area
  Region Dubrovnik
Guide of the area
 


Croatian Adriatic: Istria, Kvarner and Highlands, Dalmatia
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