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Central Dalmatia Tour

Country: Croatia
City: Split
Duration: 4 Day(s) - 3 Night(s)
Tour Category: Classic Tours
Departure Date: Thu 01 Jan '99

Package Itinerary

Day 1. : ARRIVAL-SPLIT

Upon arrival meet our representative at the airport. Deprat to hotel Nikola, Vodice. Dinner and overnight at the hotel.

Day 2. : NATIONAL PARK KRKA- KNIN-VODICE

Breakfast. Explore National park Krka. Lunch at agricultural estate Kalpić. Depart to Croatian royal town Knin. Sightseeing of Krčić water slope and fortress of Knin. Return for dinner and overnight in Vodice.

Day 3.: SPLIT / TROGIR / SALONA

Breakfast. Departure for Split, sightseeing of Diocletian's Palace, Promenade Riva, General Marmont shopping street, Cathedral, city squares… Lunch in a local restaurant. Continue to Trogir, with a stopover at Salona Little Roma- sightseeing of ruin of main city parts – Porta Cesarea, Therme Romane, Manastirine Graveyard, Amphitheatre…

Upon arrival to Trogir visit to Cathedral, guided visit to the medieval part of town, free time for personal discovery of the town's beauty. Return to hotel in Vodice. Dinner and overnight.

Day 4.: SPLIT

Free time till departure to the airport.

PRICE INCLUDES:

• Accommodation in Vodice, hotel 3* ( on half board basis)

• Meals in local restaurants

• Entrance fees and local guides

• Transfer with a high-quality tourist coach

• Tour escort

• VAT, insurance, and handling fee

• Other services mentioned in the itinerary

PRICE DOESN'T INCLUDE:

• Tips

• Personal spending

• Services that are not mentioned in the itinerary

KNOW MORE ABOUT DALMATIA:

Dalmatia is one of the most famous of all Croatian regions. It’s one of the most beautiful ones too. Dalmatian coast and Dalmatian hinterland are the perfect starting point in the exploration of Croatia. Each year Dalmatia attracts more and more tourists who come here to admire its natural beauties and enjoy its crystal clear Adriatic sea. Dalmatia adventure tours are something that will attract outdoor enthusiasts like us and trust us, there is no better place for outdoor adventure than Dalmatia.

Dalmatia got its name from the Illyrian tribes who were living here a few thousand years ago. What a great place did they choose to live in. Dalmatia could be separated into two parts – the Dalmatian coast and Dalmatian hinterland. There are also many islands all along the coast and each of them has different stories and traditions.

Dalmatia starts near the Rab island in the north and stretches all the way to the southernmost point of Croatia. It’s also the Croatian region with the largest coastline and numerous beaches which are among the most beautiful ones in Croatia.

Beaches of Dalmatia are often made of pebbles and many of them have been proclaimed as one of the most stunning beaches in Croatia. A fun thing about Dalmatia is that it becomes narrower toward the south. The hinterland part of Dalmatia is pretty wide in the Zadar region and it’s only a few kilometers long near the city of Dubrovnik.

You can divide Dalmatia into 2 parts – Dalmatian coast and Dalmatian hinterland. Dalmatian coast is a stunning piece of the coastline full of secluded and less secluded beaches. It’s the favorite part of Croatia for many foreign visitors too. Many islands are scattered all along the Dalmatian coast. It’s perfect for a chilling summer road trip too. The coastal highway stretches through the whole of the Dalmatian coast and it’s one of the most scenic routes in Croatia.

Opposite to the Dalmatian coast lies the Dalmatian hinterland. Full of rivers, fields, and mountains. It’s equally beautiful and perfect for many outdoor activities. Although Dalmatian hinterland doesn’t attract so many visitors as the Dalmatian coast, it’s still a region worth exploring. The number of tourists visiting it rises with each passing year and there are many traditional accommodation options. The highest mountain peak of Croatia – Sinjal on Dinara mountain is located far into the Dalmatian hinterland.

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