Northern Dalmatia has plenty of small islands, but the most famous islands of Brac and Hvar are in Central Dalmatia.
Dalmatia has a unique character and offers a wide range of attractions from secluded getaways to vibrant towns and cities.
Hvar Island is mountainous and green, Korcula Island is more rugged and Mljet Island is perfect for a tranquil getaway. Vis Island offers stunning landscapes and views.
Hvar is the queen of the Dalmatian islands and attracts the rich and famous to its crystal clear waters and choice of beaches. Hvar attractions include historical and natural monuments and a mild year-round climate.
Brac Island is home to the world famous Zlatni Rat beach and the vibrant towns of Bol and Supetar.
Northern Dalmatian Islands include the Kornati Islands National Park and Pag, famous for its cheese, its lace and its local traditions.