Trogir (Latin: Tragurium; Ancient Greek: Τραγύριον, Tragyrion or Τραγούριον, Tragourion, Trogkir; Italian: Traù; Hungarian: Trau) is a historic town and harbour on the Adriatic coast in Dalmatia.
Čiovo is a small island located off the Adriatic coast in Croatia with an area of 28.8 square kilometres (11.1 sq mi) (length 15.3 km (9.5 mi), width up to 3.5 km (2.2 mi)). In the Middle Ages, Čiovo had many villages and it was a place for lepers.
Seget Donji (lower Seget), at only 2 km from Trogir, is the largest place in the county of Seget. It was founded in 1564 when the executive magistrate of Trogir issued to Jakov Rotondo the permit to build a tower, where the inhabitants could protect themselves in case of threat of war.
Marina is an old fishermen village and a small harbor in the gulf of Trogir. It represents the perfect combination of sun, sea, stone and salt, a place with a tradition and pervasive urban way of life. The little port has 140 berths and the place frequently visited by boaters
Primošten literary means over-bridged. That's because the city used to be an island before. The part between the old city and the mainland is artificial/handmade. Unlike most of other cities on the coast, Primošten was built by Croats.
Unlike other cities along the Adriatic coast, which were established by Greeks, Illyrians and Romans, Šibenik was founded by Croats. Excavations of the castle of Saint Michael, have since proven that the place was inhabited long before the actual arrival of the Croats.
Boasting an historic old town of Roman ruins, medieval churches, cosmopolitan cafes and quality museums set on a small peninsula, Zadar is an intriguing city. It’s not too crowded, it’s not overrun with tourists and its two unique attractions...
Split is not only an urban, cultural and traffic centre of Dalmatia with road and sea connections to Dalmatia's numerous summer resorts, but it is itself often a destination for tourists and excursionists. A city with a 1700-year old tradition...
Omiš is a town and port in the Dalmatia region of Croatia, and is a municipality in the Split-Dalmatia County. The town is situated approximately 25 kilometres (16 miles) south-east of Croatia's second largest city, Split. Its location is where the emerald-green Cetina River meets the Adriatic Sea.