Dalmatia is the region that occupies a large part of the eastern coast of the Adriatic. It is one of the most beautiful exotic beaches in all of Europe. The coast extends all over Croatia, and includes a small part of northern Montenegro. The Dalmatian coast is one of the most indented coastlines in Europe and Norway, which represents the diverse coastline. The number of islands is about 1185 islands. This number of large islands is inhabited, and there are also small uninhabited rocky islands, which barely emerge beyond the surface. There are many picturesque semi-bays that form an amazing array of lands and waters.
About Dalmatia
Dalmatia is the geographic region characterized by shared cultural and architectural features. It is not an administrative district. The name Dalmatia comes from the ancient Albanian word “delme” which means “sheep”. Dalmatia is also famous for the well-known Dalmatian dogs, which bear the same name as the region because they are drawn from this part of the world.
The most popular cities in Dalmatia are Split and Dubrovnik. Which is located in all of southern Croatia. The region split into the second largest city in terms of population, which has reached about 190,000 people, and Dubrovnik is considered as four times smaller to be one of the distinctive places of Southern Europe.

The city barely reaches 45,000 in terms of population. You can enjoy wandering around the excellent Old Town center with its red roofs with stone buildings and characteristic medieval fortifications. This part of Dubrovnik is a UNESCO World Heritage site.
The Dalmatian coast
The Dalmatian Coast is a very beautiful coast and is one of the most attractive tourist destinations in Europe. Here in the waters of the Adriatic you find the water more than pure and transparent, and the sea surface is distinguished by many secluded and calm bays.
The shores of the Dalmatian coast are beaches mostly covered with white oval stones, and are one of the main factors in the transparency of sea water. In addition to the pebble beaches in Croatia, there are also large sandy beaches, but they are rarely found. Among the thousands of islands during the summer months, rich yachting visitors are attracted to take advantage of these islands to enjoy nature.
In contrast to Mediterranean plants with bare beige or gray cliffs where you find steep and covered cliffs of the area. Dalmatia offers the opportunity to enjoy beautiful coastal cities that have barely changed over the centuries.
The Dalmatian Coast is the ideal place for travelers to enjoy tranquility and pure nature. For this reason, here many visitors often spend the summer vacation, whether for families or young adults.
Dalmatia offers excellent opportunities not only for fans of beautiful scenery, but also for lovers of history, ancient architecture and delicious food. This is due to the specific location of the region between Italy and the Slavic states of Eastern Europe with the cultural heritage of the Dalmatians.

Makarska Riviera
Makarska Riviera is one of the places that really is worth a visit during your visit to the Dalmatian coast. Extends to about 60 km, to find Makarska Resort in the middle of this tourist area.
Makarska Riviera is the area between the Adriatic Sea and Mount Biokovo that rises next to the beach. The mountain slopes are often covered with clouds, while sunshine can be enjoyed.
The city has beautiful beaches that attract tourists from May to late September. Moreover, it is close to the city of Makarska, and there are other beautiful and attractive resort cities such as Baska Voda, which is located about 7 miles to the north and a small city of Gradec, which is located about 35 km south of Makarska.
Dalmatia is famous for its unique atmosphere. There are many old buildings, and cafes and small restaurants can be seen, which come with a pleasant and alluring aroma of Mediterranean cuisine. Visitors enjoy long walks, with opportunities to sit back to relax in scenic spots, eat delicious food, fresh seafood, or just drink a cup of coffee.
Dalmatia climate
Dalmatia’s climate is semi-tropical climate like the Mediterranean climate with hot and sometimes hot summers and mild summers with rainy winters. Daily temperatures range between 10 and 15 degrees Celsius in the months of January and February last to about 28-29 degrees Celsius in the months of July and August.
From May to October, temperatures reach above 20 ° C. Even on the coldest nights of winter, temperatures rarely reach less than 5 degrees Celsius, but they still cover green plants throughout the year.

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