Istria and Kvarner is the most western region of the Republic of Croatia, which consists of Istria, the largest Croatian peninsula and the Kvarner Bay.
Northern Dalmatia is located at the very centre of Croatian Adriatic, in the most developed part of its archipelago, with as many islands “as the days in the year”, the Northern Dalmatia is a true sailing paradise.
Central Dalmatia is known for its beautiful beaches in the Makarska region and for the beach Zlatni rat (Golden horn) on the island of Brač. There are two treats for the culture lovers: the Diocletian Palace in Split and the old city centre of Trogir, both under protectorate of UNESCO.
South Dalmatia spreads from the area of Baćinska lakes in the northwest, through fertile delta of the river Neretva, all the way to the historic little town of Cavtat and proud region of Konavle in the most south-eastern part of Croatia, which is characterized by mild climate, many sunny days and the accompanying good mood.