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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.


 South Dalmatia

South Dalmatia is the smallest and southernmost part of the Croatian coast. It's natural hinterland is border with the neighboring country of Bosnia and Herzegovina. South Dalmatia spreads out south of the Neretva River, over the peninsula of Peljesac, up to the Dubrovnik area on the south coast, where the Croatia borders with the country of Crna Gora in a bay of Boka Kotorska.

Tourist canters in South Dalmatia are Dubrovnik, Cavtat, Klek, and the Peljesac peninsula. Dubrovnik is the seat of County and the tourist centre of the southern Dalmatia, but also Croatia in general.
Dubrovnik is the town rich in history and cultural heritage. The whole town is under UNESCO protection. Experience of Dubrovnik is not complete, all until you walk through the city walls, one of the most beautiful fortification systems in Europe, or drink your morning coffee on Stradun, the most prominent city street.

Peljesac peninsula is, after Istria, the second largest on the Adriatic coast. We recommend it for peaceful family holiday, and diving enthusiasts.

Islands in the South Dalmatia are the island of Korcula, known as the birth place of Marco Polo - famous traveler and trader, the island of Mljet, the island of Lastovo and Elaphite Islands.
During the summer, the island of Korcula is particularly rich in numerous events. Be sure not to miss the knight dance, dance you can see only in this beautiful island - it is called Moreska.
The island of Mljet is the greenest island, one third of the island belongs to the National Park Mljet.


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