What you need to know before traveling to Dalmatia

Stretching along the Adriatic Sea, the Dalmatia Coast offers travelers mountains, deep waters dotted with many islands and caressing the shores of rocky beaches. Some come to hotels in Dalmatia to see the sights of Split, including its Summer Festival. They marvel at the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s Palace with its colossal stones built between 395 and 410 A.D. Others stay in Dalmatia hotels so they can have easy access to the many islands near the region. These include Brac Island, Hvar Island, KorčulaIsland, Lapud Island and Mljet Island. To fit this into your budget, you might want to consider Dalmatia cheap hotels or discount hotels. Dalmatia can then be part of an extended enjoyable stay.

Plan to remain for longer than a weekend. Dalmatia can show you Lord Bryon’s “Pearl of the Adriatic” – Dubrovnik. You can walk through its streets admiring the city walls, the Mosque and Sephardic Sybnagogue or join other sun worshipers on the beaches. Pay a visit to Zadar, the major city of Northern Dalmatia with marble streets. Here you can view roman ruins, medieval churches and several museums, including the Museum of Church Art. There is also the circular Donatus Church and others in a Byzantine style.

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