The Split-Dalmatia County includes islands and a narrow coastal strip.
One of the most famous natural attractions is Zlatni rat, often referred to as the Golden cape, which is a spit of beaches, located 2km west from the harbour town of Bol on the island of Brac. The tip of Zlatni rat continuously changes depending on waves and streams.
Smaller beaches in Split-Dalmatia are surrounded by dense woodland and fronted by the crystal clear Adriatic Sea which attracts scuba divers and snorkellers.
Salona, an ancient town which was built in the 4th century BC is also worth a visit with a choice of historical and cultural attractions. In 48 BC, Julius Caesar proclaimed Salona as the Centre of the Roman province of Dalmatia.
Take a boat trip to the Blue Cave, a water-logged sea cave on the east side of the island of Bisevo, 5km south-west from the island of Vis. This stunning natural grotto is one of the best known beauty spots in the Adriatic. Natural light reflects from sea around the cave.