Dalmatian region – South

Dalmatia region

Discover the charms of fine Dalmatian cuisine

Dalmatia is one of the four historical Croatian areas. It is an interesting place to visit since it is filled with a wide array of tourist amenities, attractions, and a welcoming shoreline along the Adriatic Sea.


The largest Dalmatian city is Split, followed by Zadar, Sibenik, and Dubrovnik. The region’s economy depends on agricultural activities. But since the soil isn’t adequate for cultivating cereal grains, Dalmatia has other local goods to offer. Olive trees, vegetables, and vines represent the main agricultural activities. Dalmatian vineyards are popular worldwide due to the unique wine tasting experience.




Each locally made wine is unique and has a particular flavor you won’t discover with any other wines. Tourism supports the well-being of Dalmatia. Dubrovnik and Split are the top Mediterranean tourist attractions. Dalmatia is home to a wide array of historical sites, fortresses, castles, and monuments. Moreover, plenty of Michelin star restaurants are found all over the coast. Premium accommodation solutions like villas with a pool and rapid access to local services make Dalmatia an interesting area to visit.


The rich Dalmatian history

To go back to the region’s roots, we have to look back to around 1.000 BCE to find the first recorded inhabitants, the Illyrians. One of the tribes, the Delmata, might have even left one of the biggest marks on the regions – with the region’s name probably originating from theirs.

Dalmatia has experienced many changes of sovereignty throughout its history, with each rulers imprinting parts of their culture onto this culturally rich Croatian coastline region.


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