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Holiday in Split-Dalmatië.

Discover this part of Croatie, Split-Dalmatia

Located in the south-west of Croatia is the Split-Dalmatia region. The most important city in this region is Split. Split is also called the “white city” and has over 200,000 inhabitants, making it the second largest city in Croatia. Split is not the only place of interest in this region. The city of Trogir is located 25 kilometres north of Split. Because of its rich history, Trogir is on the UNESCO World Heritage List. The most beautiful beaches in Split-Dalmatia are located 60 kilometres south of Split in the seaside resort Makarska Riviera. Some of the beaches here are kilometres long and consist of white pebbles. The combination of beach and mountains makes the area unique – there are few places where beach and mountains come so close together. Some describe it as a ‘dramatic and magical landscape’. Had enough of the mainland? Plenty of choice. From Split, car ferries and catamarans depart to various islands. The largest islands are Hvar, Brač, Solta and Vis.

Luxury holiday homes & apartments in Split-Dalmatia

Poolincluded of course offers luxury holiday homes/apartments in this region. Just outside of Trogir, Poolincluded offers the private beachfront property Beachfront Mobile Homes Village. It features an outdoor jacuzzi, barbecue facilities and sun loungers and is just a few steps away from the sea. In the ‘magical’ resort of Makarska, Poolincluded has a great holiday home: Holiday Home Arija. Holiday Home Arija is located 3 km from the city centre. Lying in your private pool, enjoying the steep cliffs and the beautiful blue sea, it is possible at Poolincluded. On the island of Brač, Poolincluded also offers a beautiful luxury holiday home: Villa Marivilla. Villa Marivilla has a beautiful panoramic view of the Adriatic Sea. This villa features a private heated pool. Curious about the rest of Poolincluded’s offer in this beautiful region? Feel free to look at Poolincluded or contact us for a personal advice. Looking for another region in Croatia? Poolincluded has a large selection of holiday homes with (private) pool in the rest of Croatia.

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What to do in Split-Dalmatia?

Split, the main city of Split-Dalmatia, is a city where you can easily spend several days. There is a lot to do in the city and the atmosphere is nice. Split has a beautiful old town centre with a pleasant boulevard. The cosy feeling within the old centre is characterised by the many squares and narrow streets. When you walk down the main street, you will be enchanted by the beautiful marble stones. For those who do not mind walking, climbing the Marjan Hill is a fun activity. The reward is at the top: a beautiful view. But of course, this beautiful region offers more than just Split. There are plenty of nice villages/towns to visit. A well-known one is Primošten, which is a peninsula located in the sea about 60 kilometres from Split. The previously mentioned island of Brač is also highly recommended by Poolincluded. Brač is the third largest island in the Adriatic and is ideal for hiking. The highest point on the Adriatic, Mount Vidova gora, is also located on this island. From this mountain, you have a great view, and you can also see the island of Hvar. The most famous beach on Brač is Zlatni Rat, a pebble beach with a v-shape.

Game of Thrones fans do not necessarily have to travel to Dubrovnik to admire something from the series. In the village of Klis, you will find the Klis Fortress. Several scenes were filmed here. Another city with UNESCO heritage is Šibenik. In this city, you can admire the St. James cathedral. This cathedral, built in the 15th century, was included in the UNESCO heritage list in 2000. Fan of waterfalls and are you in the Split-Dalmatia region? Then visit the Krka waterfalls! This area is less well known than the Plitvice Lakes, but not inferior in its beauty. This Park is teeming with different waterfalls and cascades. A nice difference compared to the Plitvice Lakes is that you are allowed to swim at Krka waterfalls in a fenced-off area! The Krka waterfalls are about 80 km from Split.

Culinary journey through Split-Dalmatia

Are you in Split and want to taste typical Split food? Then try the Dalmatian Pašticada, which is a dish with simmering meat. But they have more delicacies, focaccia is also a well-known delicacy in the Split-Dalmatia region: viška, komiška, forska and pogača. Bratwurst is also eaten in this region; the local bratwurst is called luganige. Wine fan? Then be sure to visit the island of Hvar, where you will find top quality wines such as: Plančić, Vugava and the rather special Smutica wine, which is a wine mixed with goat’s or sheep’s milk.

The weather in Split-Dalmatia

The Dalmatian coast has a Mediterranean climate. There is not much rain in this region, November being the wettest month. Summer is great in Split-Dalmatia, it is nice and warm, and the evenings are balmy. Winter is harsher in this region than in the rest of Croatia. At night the temperature can drop to freezing point. Climate information is no guarantee for what is to come. Always check the possible weather conditions within a certain period.

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