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Dive into the christal blue sea..
Mediterranean place located on eastern coastline of Istrian peninsula is well-known on its white pebble beaches.


 Middle Dalmatia

Middle Dalmatia spreads out between the Krka river in the northwest and Makarska Riviera in the southwest. Places located on this Dinaric karst area are extremely popular among visitors.
In central Dalmatia are two localities protected by UNESCO: St. James's Palace in Split and the old city of Trogir.

Split is the main tourist destination in central Dalmatia.
Further from Split extends Makarska Riviera with famous tourist destinations Brela, Baska Voda, Tucepi and Makarska. The beaches on the Riviera are mostly pebbled, surrounded by the cypress and pine trees parfume. There is a great variety of restaurants and taverns in the region, with excellent domestic food. Number of beach bars, cafes and disco clubs offer fun till early morning hours.

The entire Riviera is located under the mountain Biokovo. From the mountain peaks there is a beautiful view on the island of Brac, the sunniest island on coast - Hvar , Peljesac peninsula, and islands Korcula and Lastovo.
The largest island in Dalmatia - Brac, is well known on beach "Zlatni rat" in Bol,small dalmatian place. Interesting thing about the beach is that it changes shape during the day under the influence of waves and sea currents. Thanks to wind Maestral that blows in this area during the summer, this place is a favorite spot for surfers and kite surfers.

On islet of Bisevo, only about 5 nautical miles southwest of island Vis, don't miss to visit blue cave - "Modra spilja", so called because of an attractive natural phenomena; sun rays passing through an underwater opening, illuminate the cave with an luminous blue light, making an outstanding atmosphere inside the cave.

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