Central Dalmatia roughly covers the same area as Split-Dalmatia county, one of the central counties in the Croatian region of Dalmatian on the Adriatic coast. It is of course home to Split, Croatia’s second-largest city and the largest coastal city – but there’s so much more besides! The region is home to some beautiful little towns to holiday in or explore on day trips, and the area around the Cetina River (by Omis) is a prime spot for all sorts of activities.
Getting to Central Dalmatia and Travelling Around
It will come as no surprise to learn that it’s best to travel to Split (whether by air, bus, train or boat) in order to reach Central Dalmatia. Once you’ve arrived in Split, it is then easy to travel on to your destination; it most cases this will be by bus, although some boat routes do also exist. (For example, from Split to Trogir or Ciovo.)
See our Getting to Split page for the most suitable ways of travelling to Split.
Visiting Central Dalmatia
Learn more about where to visit and what to see and do in Central Dalmatia in our guides to the following destinations:
A full guide and what to see and do in Croatia’s second-largest city – the mighty Split.
This exceedingly pretty coastal town is well worth a visit – whether as a day trip from Split, or to stay in!
This island is easy to reach – it’s connected to the mainland by bridge! – and is a relaxing place for a family holiday
Explore the impressive Roman ruins here, the birthplace of Roman Emperor Diocletian
Forts, activities and pirates (well, long ago) – Omis has it all!
Technically, the Makarska Riviera is also in Central Dalmatia but we have a separate section for this excellent holiday destination!
Accommodation in Central Dalmatia
Take a look at our guide to Accommodation in Central Dalmatia to see the best hotels, boutique hotels, hostels, villas, campsites, apartments and more to stay in.
You can find out more info about this part of Croatia on the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board website.