Trogir is the City of Masters, the city which slowly but convincingly pulls us into an enchanted labyrinth of beauty, into narrow stone streets made of yellow smooth Stone. The colors of the stone remind us of the colors of the warm, afternoon sun.
Why visit Dalmatian Hinterland2022-12-05T09:38:56+00:00 Travel tips
When you wish to rest your body and fill your soul with beauty, let the road take you a few dozen kilometres from the Adriatic coast to the inland, to the green and rugged Dalmatian Hinterland, an oasis of nature and calm. Enriched by a meandering Cetina River,it is divided from the sea only by the Kozjak, Mosor, Dinara and Biokovo mountains. The area is full of a magical atmosphere in the tame villages and small towns, which, since the prehistoric times, have not stopped pulsing with life, preserving the authenticity of the Central Dalmatian hinterland. Split Hinterland is the continental part of Central Dalmatia and is only a 40 minutes’ drive from Split.
The Neretva valley is one of the most picturesque parts of Croatia, the only delta in the country and the third largest in the Mediterranean (after the Nile and Po rivers), among the rarest remaining areas of its kind in Europe.