Dalmatia is a region on the southern coast of Croatia, bordered by Bosnia and Herzegovina and in the south by Montenegro. The region is split in North-, Middle- and South-Dalmatia. The main urban center of northern Dalmatia is Zadar, it is also the main ferry port for the northern Dalmatian islands. The next major town is Sibenik, with a quiet historic center and a wonderful fifteenth-century cathedral. Another highlight are the waterfalls of the Krka National Park.

The main natural attraction in this part of Dalmatia is the Kornati archipelago, an assembly of wonderful islands.

South Dalmatia is one of the most urbanized parts of the Adriatic coast. Split is the historic and cultural center that also serves as the Adriatic´s main ferry port.

One of the historically important cities in Dalmatia is Dubrovnik. It is located in the southernmost part of Dalmatia and counts about 43,000 inhabitants. It is also one of the most visited cities with a beautiful old town, a big port and an international airport (DBV). Most of the high class hotels in Dalmatia are located in Dubrovnik.

Another highlight is the Renaissance town of Trogir with the cathedral St. Laurentius and the Cipiko Palace. The coast south of Split is one of Dalmatia´s most enchanting, with the beautiful mountains and long pebble beaches.

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