The Famous Dalmatia

Dalmatia, a region found at central Adriatic coast, has been considered as the most visited place in Croatia. Its well-preserved landmarks and monuments can tell perfectly how Croatia was during the course of history, giving Croatia its pride. Zadar, Sibenik, {Split} and {Dubrovnik} are four countries that make up Dalmatia.

Dalmatia is also known for its nautical view. The sun’s view, the mountain ranges plus the unpolluted Mediterranean sea really attract tourists to visit Dalmatia. Its environmental view has been preserved making it a real paradise. Aside form this, the heritage and culture of the following cities: Trogir, Dubrovnik, Sibenik, and Split; they have all been preserved too, by UNESCO. This is the highlight of Dalmatia. There are archeological finds that made up the early-Christianity and old cathedrals and museums that feature famous works of the renowned artists plus treasuries of past military leaders and early conquerors.

And don’t you just love sunny days? Well, Dalmatia, being the city with the most number of sunny days, you can enjoy the sun’s view, and of course the fun that goes along with it. Outdoor fun plus December days included!

The preserved environment is also a plus factor of Dalmatia. Its clean rivers produce best-tasting clean drinking water in Europe. Another interesting fact is that Europe has been gathering condensed dew as an experiment for a possible drinking water in Zadar City. This is being conducted by the European Association of Meteorological Research. The coast also offers adventure such as sailing, surfing, and nature tripping. The medieval ships and the remains of the sunken antiquity have drawn the interest and attention of divers.

In the gastronomic aspect, Dalmatia has created his own identity with its healthy and simple dishes, because of its roots from their cultural heritage and Mediterranean culinary art. From seafood to fresh vegetables and meat, to the red and white wines, these are just some of the food that one can look forward to in Dalmatia. Traditions as to how to cook and prepare this food contribute to the presentation of not only the food but to the culture and story of Dalmatia as well. Moreover, the fruit and flavoring of the wines were naturally and freshly grown which made them exceptionally sweet and fragrant.

Traditional events such as Sudamja, Split Summer Festivals, Marulicevi Days, flower festivals, festival of songs, Croatian drama and theater are also celebrated to give tribute to the traditions and heritage of Croatia. These are worth celebrating and worth watching.

There are also various {accommodations} in Dalmatia to choose from. Hotels, private houses and apartments are offered. You even have an option of owning a place here, as for those who fell in love with the place.

One can enjoy the beauty and heritage of Dalmatia through a cruise and a guided tour of the place. This trip is not only for viewing pleasure but can also be a one satisfying and educational trip as well. Croatian culture is diverse and it is well written in books but to see Dalmatia in person will make you not only witness it but to experience and appreciate it as well.

Related posts