Dalmatian Riviera:A region on the eastern coast of the Adriatic sea, spreading between the island of Brac northwest and the counties of Zadar, Sibenic, Biograd, Makarska, Omis and Trogir. Because of the way sea currents and winds flow, the climate of the area is warm most of the year. The Dalmatian Riviera also includes an immense number of coves, islands and channels. This makes it an attractive place. Thanks to its position in the most indented part of the Croatian Adriatic coast, the area provides excellent opportunities for nautical tourism and boating as one of few parts of the Mediterranean. There is also a large number of marinas, national parks, rivers and beautiful sandy beaches.The area provides also a variety of sightseeing’s and tourist attractions.
Split, Dalmatian Riviera
The brand new Radisson Blu Resort sits on the Adriatic coast and affords magnificent panoramic views of Split and only a 30 minute walk to the historic town centre. The seafront location affords views towards the islands Brac and Solta. Restaurants and Bars: From the modern buffet restaurant Fig Leaf…
Grljevacka, Split, Dalmatian Riviera
Podstrana, Split, Dalmatian Riviera