Split-Dalmatia County (Splitsko-dalmatinska Å¾upanija) is a central-southern county in Croatia. The main city in the county is Split.
In the Dalmatian area, there is a big variety of monuments that make all history lovers and explorers live an exciting dream. The Diocletian palace was the summer home of the Roman emperor Diocletian. The palace has four gates each standing on a different side of the world: The Golden Gate, the Brass Gate, the Silver Gate, and the Iron Gate.
Water sports create a big attractive element in the Split-Dalmatian area. From speed boating, snorkeling, kayaking to cliff jumping, there’s always something to do for all water sports lovers. The clarity of the water under the shiny sun will take you into an unforgettable experience.
Visitors can also indulge in the beauty of nature of sea caves, waterfalls, and clear waters as they embark on day trips and excursions in the caves and islands scattered around the Adriatic Sea. Many amazing tours include snorkeling, speed boating, sunbathing in the clear turquoise water, and enjoying an authentic Dalmatian meal with tasty wine after a unique water experience.
Many Historic sites can be found in the split- Dalmatia area. This is a great attraction for history lovers who like to tour palaces, museums, and old historic sites and cities. A walk in Diocletian's Palace will take you back to the third and early fourth century of the Roman Emperor Diocletian era. Also, Trogir Historic Site is an old town of the medieval era. It embraces many great landmarks and monuments like St. Lawrence Cathedral and Kamerlengo Castle. The area also sets on an attractive harbor with boats rides.
Here are some more things to do in Split-Dalmatia:
Tantalize your taste buds on a tour of Split Culinary. Visit the fresh fish market for a display of fresh seafood of crabs, mussels, and shrimp.
Visit the main city market for fresh seasonal fruit and vegetables that will surely rentice your taste buds for a healthy, fresh Dalmatian meal.