Dalmatia

Rarely can a tourism region boast as much natural diversity as Dalmatia. Croatia’s largest tourism region is divided into three sections. Within the northern section there is the three thousand year old town of Zadar, the central section of Dalmatia features the city of Split and in the far southern area pf Dalmatia, the city of Dubrovnik - whose old town is on the UNESCO world heritage list. Dalmatia also includes the characteristic coastal towns and small villages of Šibenik, Trogir, Makarska and Ston. Dalmatia is home to four national parks: Paklenica, Krka, Kornati and Mljet. It also plays a significant role regarding the tourist islands of Murter, Brac, Korčula, Hvar, Vis and Kornati. The fact that some of the most beautiful Croatian islands are found in such a compact area attracts a high number of yachtsmen, who have numerous marinas available to them. Apart from the beautiful nature, the sea and the beaches, Dalmatia has a wonderful cuisine. Their rich gastronomy offer includes fish specialties (squid, cuttlefish, octopus, shrimp, lobster etc.) prepared in various ways, olive oil, prosciutto, various vegetables, desserts, and delightful Dalmatian wines and various liqueurs.

Accommodation in Dalmatia during the summer consists of hotels, apartment complexes, private homes, on farms, and in apartments. A large number of five-star hotels are located in Dalmatia, with a luxury that can be equally praised at the campsites. Besides the beautiful nature, facilities such as the reception, berths for boats, mobile homes and apartments, make up the complete tourism resort which provides its guests everything needed for a quality and exciting holiday. Since the beginning of camping in Europe, Dalmatia, due to its nature, beautiful coastline and numerous islands, is considered as the most attractive area of Croatia.

The sea temperature during the summer season reaches 25 ° C and the average summer temperature is 24-26 ° C, which makes staying at the campsite particularly pleasant. Rich Mediterranean vegetation (oak, Aleppo pine, Dalmatian black pine) is found on all the coastal islands and stretching along the entire length of the narrow mainland coast, serving as an ideal base and for caravans, tents and apartments. Central Dalmatia is particularly attractive to campers due to the proximity of various national parks and the cluster nearby cities, towns and islands with rich culture and historic architecture. An important factor when choosing a campsite in Dalmatia is the strong transport links it has with the rest of the country highway and Europe. The beauty of Dalmatia is certainly reflected at the Jezera Village Holiday Resort. Located by the fishing village on the island of Murter with a splendid view of the Kornati National Park, the resort offers everything that makes Dalmatia globally recognizable: beautiful nature, clean sea, welcoming hospitality and excellent food.



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