Featured hotels in Dalmatia

  • £100

    Average price per night

    Apartments Nikola, Dubrovnik
    9.5 Exceptional 23 reviews
    Description Only 300 metres from a beach, Apartments Nikola is located 3.3 km from the UNESCO-listed Dubrovnik's Old Town. It offers air-conditioned apartments with a furnished terrace and free Wi-Fi access.

    "Super clean place. 2 Balconies ensuring you get sun. Great helpful friendly host. Excellent location with a stroll to the beach, supermarket & countless eateries. Very well equipped kitchen. Separate..."

    FrankO. Australia
  • £80

    Average price per night

    Luxury apartment Tripalo, Sinj
    Description Villa Tripalo is housed in an Art Nouveau building with original carvings and Baroque and Empire style furniture. It is set in the centre of Sinj, just 100 metres from the Main Square.
  • Description Situated in Doli in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County region, Holiday home Doli 7 is a 3-star property featuring free WiFi. Guests staying at this holiday home have access to a fully equipped kitchen.
  • £111

    Average price per night

    Holiday home Cista Provo Domovinskog Rata, Cista Provo
    Description Set in Cista Provo, Holiday home Cista Provo Domovinskog Rata features accommodation with a private pool. Guests staying at this holiday home have access to free WiFi.
  • £47

    Average price per night

    Apartment Basina Basina III, Basina
    Description Located in Basina in the Hvar Island region, Apartment Basina Basina III is a 4-star property featuring free WiFi. The accommodation is 18 km from Hvar. The apartment features a TV and 2 bedrooms.
  • Description Situated in Mustapići in the Split-Dalmatia County region, Holiday home Lovrec 24 with Outdoor Swimmingpool is a 4-star property featuring free WiFi. This holiday home also features a private pool.

Dalmatia highlights

Discover Dubrovnik’s Old Town
Explore the rich heritage of the ‘Pearl of the Adriatic’ by taking a walk along the Old Town’s ancient wall.
Party all night in Hvar and Novalja
Top DJs and an international crowd fill the clubs in Hvar and Novalja, 2 of Dalmatia’s most notorious party towns.
Flavours of Dalmatia
Dalmatian prosciutto, Pag and Brač lamb, Ston oysters or Pag cheese – the region’s wide gastronomic range is hard to match.
Hiking in Paklenica National Park
Breath-taking waterfalls, babbling streams and a generous dose of fresh air are guaranteed on a hike through Paklenica National Park.
Hidden natural wonders
Get your fill of turquoise waters at Zlatni Rat Beach, Biševo’s Blue Grotto, Odysseus Cave and Blue or Red Lake.
Roman heritage of Split
Discover the legacy of the Roman Empire in Split’s UNESCO World Heritage Site, Diocletian’s Palace. A must-see for history enthusiasts!
Diving in the crystal clear Adriatic
A secret world of shipwrecks, coral reefs and undersea caves awaits you under the sparkling surface of the Adriatic Sea.
Krka Waterfalls National Park
Marvel over the magnificent waterfalls and dazzling scenery before taking a refreshing swim in the unspoilt waters of River Krka.
Walled coastal towns
Stroll along medieval stone walls and narrow streets in Dalmatia’s many ancient coastal towns, including Trogir, Korčula and Zadar.
A taste of Dalmatia’s wine districts
Treat yourself to a Dalmatian wine tasting! Some of Croatia’s best grapes grow in Pelješac, Hvar and Imotski.

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