Dalmatian Islands Apartments & Villas(848)
- 4 Bedrooms,
- 3 Bathrooms, Sleeps 10
- 1 Bedrooms,
- 1 Bathroom, Sleeps 20
The Dalmatian Islands, located off the coast of Croatia, are a fabulously beautiful place to visit. For those who enjoy being out of doors and exploring the beauty of nature, it would be difficult to imagine a better choice for your next breakaway. A holiday rental home in the Dalmatian Islands will provide you with relaxing and luxurious accommodations and will feel like a home away from home.
The Dalmatian Islands are an absolute paradise for those who enjoy activities in the out of doors. Of course, there are a large number of water activities available. Swimming, fishing, diving, windsurfing, sailing, and surfing are some of the options. Keep in mind that there are regulations on some activities, such as fishing and diving. You may need a license and there are some locations where certain activities are not permitted. There are also locations for hiking, cycling and climbing. Some of the most amazing scenery on the planet can be found in the Dalmatian Islands. There are organised hikes and climbing expeditions or you can go it alone.
From the beginner to the most rugged of athletes, there is something in the Dalmatian Islands to suit every taste and skill level.
With so many islands making up the Dalmatian Islands, it would be impossible to see all there is to see during one holiday. Some of the islands come highly recommended by past visitors as do some of the parks and historical sites. Lastovo Island is very remote. Until recently, it had been closed to visitors. Now, travellers can again take advantage of the extraordinary fishing, diving and surfing on this island. Korcula Island has been a popular vacation spot for over 2,000 years. It is known for being the birthplace of Marco Polo. National Park Krka is a must see for those who love and appreciate the beauty of nature. Travellers can go hiking and cycling through this lush park and will be rewarded with the amazing sights and sounds of the park’s waterfalls.
Unlike some other of the world’s islands, where the temperature remains fairly constant throughout the year, the weather in the Dalmatian Islands varies depending on the season. During the summer months, the average high temperature is about 29 degrees with a low of about 19 degrees. Highs during the winter reach 12 degrees with some quite chilly days with low temperatures of 1 degree.
There are a number of airport from which one planning to visit the Dalmatian Islands may choose. Some of the most well served are Zagreb Airport (ZAG), Split Airport (SPU), Dubrovnik Airport (DBV) and Pula Airport (PUY).