If you’re on the hunt for holiday accommodation in Dugi Rat then HomeAway.co.uk has a range of rentals to browse. You’ll find apartments and villas in Dugi Rat, in a truly impressive setting. On the coast are delightful pebble beaches, with shallow, clear waters. Just inland, the scenery becomes rocky and dramatic, perfect for anyone who enjoys the outdoors. Most accommodation here is recent and furnished to a high standard with multiple bathrooms and modern kitchens. To ensure your Dugi Rat villa has everything you need, you can specify the additional benefit of Internet access, air-conditioning or a pool.
We have the perfect holiday rental to match your needs:
-Beaches. Near Dugi Rat there’s a five-kilometre stretch of pristine sandy beaches. They’re perfect for families with younger children and inexperienced swimmers because the sea is so shallow and clear. The backdrop is also attractive, with the Dalmatian mountains rising in the distance, while fringing the beaches is rich vegetation, with pine forest and olive groves.
-Outdoor recreation. If a bit of adventure is your thing then there are all kinds of options for exciting activities close by – close to Omis are almost 50 different climbing courses, making it a real up-and-coming destination for the sport. Thrilling white-water rafting is also available along the Cetina River between Blato and Zadvarje.
-Diving. As with much of the Dalmatian Coast, Dugi Rat is a fantastic destination for budding divers. This is down to both the calmness and clarity of the waters, as well as the abundance of interesting things to see below the surface – there are ancient remnants, shipwrecks, underwater caves and a wealth of wildlife.
-Omis. This beautiful town is minutes away and has a breathtaking location, overlooked by sheer cliffs. For long periods the town was under the control of pirates, and the stone fortresses that still protect Omis are testament to its turbulent past. Keep an eye out for the numerous historic churches in Omis - some are more than a thousand years old.
-Split. This city is also a short drive along the coast and is famous for its impressive Roman history. Diocletian’s Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and believed to be among the best examples of Roman-era architecture in the world. St Duje’s Cathedral is another essential sight – dating to the 4th Century it’s the oldest cathedral in the world.
Dugi Rat holiday apartments are in a Mediterranean climate zone. This means that there’s warm and dry weather for around five months, between May and October. In early summer daily highs reach the mid-20s, rising to the low-30s in July and August. There’s very little rainfall until late in the season, in September and October. Winters here are a little damper and cooler, with daily highs reaching the low-teens in December and January, although sub-zero temperatures are very rare here, even at night.
You can get to villas in Dugi Rat from abroad by flying to Split Airport (SPU), which can be reached from a number of cities across Europe by low-cost airlines. The resort of Dugi Rat is around 50 kilometres southeast of Split Airport. There are frequent bus services between Omis and the airport, running every 15 minutes in busy periods. Split is also reachable from abroad by boat, with ferries crossing the Adriatic from Pescara and Ancona, or by train, via Zagreb or Rijeka in the north of Croatia.