Recently, the famous gastronomic magazine Saveur published an interesting story about the Dalmatian cuisine, enough to make you visit this beautiful region. Hundreds of small towns on the Dalmatian islands and along the coast can be proud of their rich culinary tradition, and the locals are very proud of their specialties. Dalmatia is a paradise for lovers of Mediterranean cuisine, one of the healthiest in the world. The local cuisine is based on oily fish, olive oil, fresh vegetables and fruits prepared in a simple way. True gourmets will enjoy local wines, delicious cheeses, delicious Dalmatian smoked ham (Prosciutto) and meat dishes like Pasticada. The best place where you can taste these specialties are taverns, typical Dalmatian restaurants, where the hosts will gladly accommodate you and get you in touch with local culinary icons, traditions and culture.
Dalmatian inland is an undiscovered gem of Croatia and the perfect oasis for relaxation. If you want a true relaxation, Dalmatian inland is the right choice for your vacation. This karst area, a few dozen kilometers away from the famous summer destinations Split, Trogir and Sibenik, hides a rich cultural, historical and folk heritage. It is special due to the many old customs and traditions, that the locals nurture, and the exceptional natural beauty. Also, the local cuisine won't leave you indifferent. Given the fact that the Dalmatian inland is still visited by a small number of visitors, the accommodation prices are reasonable and therefore do not miss a visit to one of the most interesting Croatian areas. We recommend you to visit the event Alka of Sinj in August, the beautiful canyon of the river Cetina, Krka waterfalls, the city of Imotski with Blue and Red Lake, the mausoleum of the famous sculptor Ivan Mestrovic and picturesque town Vrlika.
Last year, Split was one of the most visited destinations in Croatia. This beautiful city, located in the heart of Mediterranean, overwhelm us with its rich ancient heritage, beautiful beaches and warm Mediterranean atmosphere. If you want to know Split or spend a longer holiday at one of the nearby Dalmatian islands, it will be even easier to do this year, thanks to the new flights that will connect Split with numerous European cities. During April, we recommend a weekend in Split where you will be able to fly to, from Barcelona, Basel, Berlin, Cagliari, Geneva, Copenhagen, Rotterdam, Helsinki, Paris, Lyon, Nantes, Vienna and Warsaw. Do not miss the great celebration in Split, on the occasion of the patron saint Duje in May, when the flights from Athens, Gothenburg, Bern, Leeds, Manchester, Prague, Stockholm and Moscow start. With the beginning of the summer season in June, additional flights depart from Amsterdam, Brussels, Glasgow, Lviv, Krakow, Venice, Milan and Ostrava. Most of these flights will be opened until the end of September and October, and some even longer so do not hesitate, Split and Dalmatia are waiting for you. More information on the schedule can be found here.