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Central Dalmatia includes the coast between the river Krka on north-west, and Makarska Riviera. Split is the administrative seat of Dalmatia. The most prominent place of interest in Split is Diocletian's Palace, one of the most precious monuments of Roman architecture on our Adriatic coast. The largest islands are island of Brac, Hvar island, Vis, island of Solta, Ciovo, Drvenik Mali and Drvenik Veliki, as well as Bisevo and Jabuka. Every island in Dalmatia offers hospitality, and is unique and beautiful in its own way. Accommodation in Central Dalmatia can be found in one of the hotels, campsites, apartments or villas, which can be found either in a secluded area or in the center of the old island town. The islands of Central Dalmatia differ from one another. The island of Solta is quiet and modest, located right across from the city of Split. Island of Brac is the largest island in Central Dalmatia, as well as one of the most developed islands on the Adriatic in regards to tourism - accommodation resorts: Bol, Supetar, and Mline as well as many others. Island of Hvar is also a well-known holiday destination and the largest towns are Hvar, Stari Grad (Old Town), Jelsa, Vrbovska, and Sucuraj. The island of Vis, with its many coves and untouched nature, is leaning more and more towards tourism. The town of Komiza is one of the best-known fishing towns in Dalmatia. The island of Bisevo stands out with its Dark Caves (Modra spilja) which are considered a unique natural phenomenon.
North of Split there is the town of Trogir, with the best-preserved historical nucleus, not just on the Adriatic but in the entire Central Europe. Trogir's medieval nucleus, surrounded by a city wall, includes a very well-preserved castle and tower, as well as many other buildings and palaces dating from the Roman, Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque periods.
The Makarska Riviera is located south of Split, and is one of the most visited holiday destinations in the Central Dalmatia. On Makarska riviera, tourism is quite developed and offers a variety of activities, recreation and accommodation. Guests can choose from accommodations such as apartments, rooms, hotels or campsites. The city of Makarska stands out in particular due to its beautiful sandy beaches surrounded by pine forest, and the Biokovo Nature Park standing in its background. On Biokovo Mountain there are several mountain huts open to visitors. We wish you a nice summer in Central Dalmatia!