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Considered by many as one of the best summer destinations in the world, the Croatian coastline is, in a word, fantastic.

Consisting of an incredible number of islands, its pristinely clean and crystal clear coastal waters are surrounded by a bright blue sky full of sunshine which gleams on the endlessly tree tops of the Mediterranean pine trees.

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Split, Croatia's second-largest city, is the main town in Dalmatia with an ancient centre formed around the Palace of Diocletian, the Roman emperor. It is also Dalmatia's main ferry port and transport hub, the getaway for Hvar, Vis, Brac and Korcula, a popular Croatia's islands.

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Dugi Otok is located off the Dalmatian coast west of Zadar. It is the largest and westernmost of the Zadarian Islands, and derives its name from its distinctive shape: it is 44.5 km (27.7 miles) long by 4.8 km (3.0 miles) wide, with an area of 114 square kilometres (44 sq mi).

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Žut is one of the islands of the Kornati archipelago. It is located between the island of Pašman on the one side, which is connected to the mainland by a boat heading to Ugljan, and the island of Kornat on the other. With the surface of almost 15 km2, this oblong island is only 2 km wide and its highest peak is 172 m high.

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The southeastern coastline of the Šibenik archipelago boasts some of the nicest natural beauty, atmospheric bays and small islets.

Some of the best locations are Grebastica in the bay south of Ostrica penninsula, while, to the north of it, is a quaint pictoresque town of Jasenovo. The Bilo beach is a bit further south towards Primošten.

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Zlarin is a small undiscovered jewel of our coast that is distinguished by its pristine nature and exceptionally rich historical and cultural heritage - the island is a combination of untouched nature, rich tradition, hospitable people and attractive offers.

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The Solaris beach consists of 5 themed beaches stretching on a 4 km long coastline. This resort is one of the most popular on the Dalmatian coast and a place where everyone can find an ideal corner for themselves. The sandy beach of Solaris is one of the most beautiful on the Adriatic.

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Rich in vineyards, olive groves and small villages, and harbouring a glorious old town, the island of Korčula is the sixth-largest Adriatic island, stretching nearly 47km in length. Dense pine forests led the original Greek settlers to call the island Korkyra Melaina (Black Corfu).

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The islands of Drvenik Veli and Mali enable a perfect little escape from civilization into the realm of silence, beautiful sea and untouched nature.

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Near Split and Trogir you can find the Island of Šolta. It is an island of Illyrian legends, medieval poetry, and rich maritime traditions.

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The island of Brač is a popular destination with holidaymakers looking to enjoy an unforgettable Croatian experience. On the self-sustainable island there is an unlimited number of recreational, educational and simply interesting things to see and do.

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The island of Hvar is the queen of the Croatian Dalmatian islands. It has been famous since the antique because of its important strategic and nautical position, the rich of the various historical periods, the culture and natural monuments and the literature.

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The small, peaceful and relatively recent town surrounded by an exquisite marine environment and a breath-taking open sea was built on the ruins of vibrant antique and medieval settlements, offering several mystical and captivating legends that bond an individual wanderlust explorer with a beckoning allure of magical faraway places.  

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Murter, the largest settlement on the penninsula, is a true guardian of tradition with charming stone houses, beautiful sea, and romantic bays in the shade of pine trees.

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Tisno is a peculiar Dalmatian settlement built by stone houses and chalks, spacious squares and lush Mediterranean vegetation. Tisno also boasts a long waterfront enriched with catering facilities such as cafes, taverns and restaurants.

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Biograd na Moru is a small tourist town located in the heart of the Adriatic coast, between the cities of Zadar and Sibenik. It offers its residents and visitors numerous facilities such as first-class restaurants and bars, various events that take place throughout the year and an entertainment park for the youngest.

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The island of Ugljan has foresty bays and crystal clear sea, sand beaches, walking and cycling trails, lookouts with magnificent views of the Zadar's archipelago and stone fisherman's huts. In addition, the vicinity of places to go on trips to like Telašćica Nature Park, the island of Pašman or the city of Zadar make Ugljan a perfect place for a fulfilling holiday.

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Pašman. The island without frontiers. The island of joy and happiness, of little people with big hearts. Pasman overwhelms and enters the pores of our innermost being. It is like a small link that will always miss you.

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Zadar is both, an atmospheric time machine and an open air museum. Here on display, you will find some of the most beautiful monuments of architecture and cultural heritage of the eastern Adriatic coast.

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Ist

A quaint, picturesque haven nestled within the Zadar archipelago, the island of Ist presents itself as a sanctuary for the soul. Unspoiled, Ist boasts a breathtaking landscape, imbued with mystery, and brimming with charm. A place where time seems to stand still, it welcomes the weary traveller with open arms.

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Every view of Kornati is equally captivating and breathtaking, especially when your companions are the magical starlit sky, the silence and serenity of nature, and the crystal-clear sea.

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Primosten is a picturesque small town situated approx. 30 km south of Sibenik. It has been constructed on a small island which is connected with the mainland. The connection was constructed in the 16th century to allow the inhabitants of Primosten to reach the fields and the vineyards on the mainland. Primosten is a jewel of nature, surrounded by 7 beautiful islands. Primosten used to be a fisherman’s village in the past, but nowadays it is a popular tourist resort with a char

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Prvic is a little island in the Adriatic Sea and is one of the absolute insider tips among Croatia connoisseurs. On it you will find a unique idyllic island flair, romantic fishing villages, historical attractions, idyllic walking and cycling paths and, of course, breathtakingly beautiful beaches in a most wonderful natural fantasy!

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Surrounded by the warm waters of the Adriatic Sea and secluded enough to avoid the stresses of everyday life, Obonjan offers a natural remedy to escape the worries of the world.

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Kaprije is one of the Croatian islands with no cars, so you can freely enjoy the untouched nature and the sound of the sea and waves. It was named after the Mediterranean plant ‘’kapar’’ (whose buds are used as a spice) and which was probably abundant at the time island settlement.

The island has about several natural bays, and in one of them the port of Kaprije is located, which is also the only inhabited settlement on the island. There is a beautiful pebble beach in the bay next t

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The small island of Zmajan is situated halfway between the larger islands of Kaprije to the West and Zlarin to the East, and Zmajan (Dragon Island) is a pictoresque escape from the world as it is an uninhabited island with uninhibited nature, with ample anchorage spots and fantastical natural beauty to immerse yourself in and enjoy a wonderful day of swimming, sunbathing, paddleboarding and snorkelling in a relaxed and natural atmosphere.

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Žirje is a small island located in the  Sibenik archipelago. It's 12Nm distant from the city of Sibenik. The island spreads from the north west to the south east and it's considered a natural prolongation of the islands Kornati. he island is surrounded by many little islands and the island has numerous bays and beautiful beaches on its own. Zirje is recognizable by its natural beauties, the crystal sea and few monuments that testify the history of the island.

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The exceptionally popular resort of Vodice, located only 11 km northwest of Sibenik, offers excellent conditions for an unforgettable and active vacation. As the main tourist hub of the region, Vodice offers many exciting festivals, fairs and events, whereas Srima and Jadrija focus more on individual sporting activities and recreation. The area also has rich cultural heritage and boasts several valuable archaeological sites, e.g. Arauzona at Velika Mrdakovica and Basilicae Geminatae at Prižba.

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Tijat is a tranquil and fantastic island situated in the Šibenik archipelago. It's uncharted territory, it being an uninhabited island, offers a rich experience of natural and geographical wonders, with a fascinating opportunity for visitors to immerse themselves in the captivating beauty of it's tranquil ambience.

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Dating back to the middle of the 15th century and located in the heart of the county, the lovely coastal village of Tribunj spreads from the mainland to its historic core, developed on an islet connected by a small bridge. With its narrow streets and densely built houses, many drystone walls, abundant olive groves and vineyards, beautiful beaches, as well as colourful customs and traditions, Tribunj offers an authentic Dalmatian vibe and provides an excellent opportunity to explore both coast and hinterland

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