13 days in Dalmatia Itinerary

13 days in Dalmatia Itinerary

Created using Inspirock Dalmatia Trip Planner

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Split

— 12 nights

Sportiest City in the World

Experience an authentic Adriatic lifestyle in Split, the largest city along the sea's coast.
Get outdoors at Marjan Park and Split Outdoor Adventure. Explore the numerous day-trip ideas around Split: Hvar (Jerolim & Spanish Fortress), Zlatni Rat Beach (Golden Horn) (in Bol) and Brela (Punta Rata Beach & Brela Beach). There's still lots to do: appreciate the extensive heritage of Diocletian's Palace, scramble along the landscape with Split Adventure, contemplate the long history of Historic City of Trogir, and learn about winemaking at Putalj Winery.

To find more things to do, where to stay, and more tourist information, read our Split trip maker tool.

Milan, Italy to Split is an approximately 5.5-hour flight. You can also drive; or do a combination of train and ferry. May in Split sees daily highs of 26°C and lows of 15°C at night. Wrap up your sightseeing on the 6th (Tue) to allow time to travel back home.

Things to do in Split

Outdoors · Parks · Historic Sites · Tours

Side Trips

Dalmatia travel guide

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Historic Walking Areas · Landmarks · Historic Sites
Known for its warm sea, wooded islands, preserved medieval cities, and beaches of white sand and soft pebble, Dalmatia remains separated from the inland area by a barren mountain range, the Dinaric Alps. Secluded coves, caves, coral reefs, shipwrecks, and Robinson Crusoe-style islets beckon visitors, who often come to explore by diving or yachting. Known for cuisine including seafood, Croatian wines, and olive oils, the region maintains a cozy atmosphere thanks to small, family-run restaurants. Fortified coastal towns here bear traces of the land's many conquerors, including Illyrians, Greeks, Romans, Byzantines, Venetians, and Austro-Hungarians. Medieval piazzas and streets lined with Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque palaces welcome visitors with art festivals, food, and music.