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Welcome to the Dalmatia Coast and the ancient yet thriving city of Split. Built around Diocletian's Palace, a nearly 2000-year-old relic of the Roman Empire, this is a city begging to be explored. Uncover the many layers of history that make up this evocative region on your own private Split tour.

Your local guide will ensure you see the city's most significant sites, along with a few local secrets on your private Split tour.



Trogir is the best preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex not only on the Adriatic, but in the whole of Central Europe. Trogir is truly a place of relaxation, breathtaking views and new experiences.



Situated on the southern end of central Dalmatia and its beautiful Adriatic coast, the Makarska Riviera is similiar to Split as far as its neverending possibilities for exploration and experiences. What makes it unique is that it is not just a city with a lot to offer, rather a collection of overwhelmingly beautiful small towns and untouched nature, hidden beaches and crystal clear waters. 



With over 1,200 islands of all shapes and sizes Croatia is home to one of the craggiest coastlines in the world. Making it more unique is the fact that only 48 of them are inhabited. Escape the curious gazes of the city into hidden bays and experience the adventure offered by an island stay. 



Continental Croatia meets the Adriatic- this peninsula's most common description. For those who enjoy both food-and-culture and sun-and-sea, Istria offers the best of both worlds.


Hidden Dalmatia

It is common for most people to think of beaches, islands and the crystal clear Adriatic sea when they think of Central Dalmatia; however, they are only eating one piece of a very large cake.



A long standing and ever-present force in Croatian tourism, Dubrovnik has been popularized even further by Hollywood, with movies like Robin Hood and, world-famous TV show, Game of Thrones integrating it into their set, putting it on top of many 'bucket lists' all over the world.