Dalmatian region boasts with it’s long beaches, crystal blue sea, pristine nature and a rich cultural heritage going back thousands of years. Dalmatia possesses one of Europe’s most dramatic shorelines, as the stark, grey wall of the coastal mountains sweeps down towards a lush seaboard ribbon dotted with palm trees and olive plantations. Along the coast are beautifully preserved medieval towns poised above some of the clearest waters in Europe, while offshore are myriad islands adorned with ancient stone villages and enticing coves. Dalmatia is proud of its three national parks: Kornati, Krka and Paklenica and world famous monuments under UNESCO protection, such as: Diocletian's Palace in Split from the late Roman period, the old town of Dubrovnik, the city of Trogir and the Romanesque Cathedral in Sibenik. Dalmatia has a specific identity, intertwined with music, and numerous festivals, rich tradition, comfortable lifestyle, gastronomy, cultural and historical heritage and unique architecture. Come to Dalmatia and find out why so many people consider Dalmatia an ultimate place for vacation and a wonderful place to live in.