History Buff’s Guide To Dalmatia: 7 Historic Sites You Can’t Miss
If you would call yourself a complete history buff and you love to travel, Dalmatia could certainly be the next destination on your bucket list. Dalmatia, whose name comes from the Illyrian tribe Delmati who inhabited the area in the 7th century, stretches along the Adriatic Sea. It is the largest tourist region in Croatia, with as many as 926 islands, cliffs and reefs. The area is known for its relaxed atmosphere, historical sites, natural beauty, numerous islands and bays that will leave you breathless. This area is rich in historical monuments and remains that date all the way to ancient times.
In addition to all the beautiful historic locations, there is the incredible Mediterranean climate and delicious cuisine that will make your visit absolutely worthwhile. Besides that, Dalmatia is proud to have a number of monuments on the UNESCO World Heritage List, such as the Diocletian's Palace in Split and Trogir Old Town, as well as many more historic places with stories to tell. Read on and find out more about some of the most beautiful historic sites you can enjoy during your trip to Dalmatia this summer!