Contact us |
Regional Offices

    The Antique Paths of Dalmatia


    Located along the beautiful Adriatic Sea, Dalmatia has always been full of life, attracting people and remaining in their hearts forever. A combination of beauty, culture and rich history can be experienced by visiting the most significant antique sites in this area.

    The impressive remains of old Salona, the capital of the Roman province Dalmatia whose role was taken by Split following its abandonment, and Burnum located near Ivoševac together with Tilurium, close to Gardun not far from Trilj, are the best options for those who wish to experience places which reflect the strength of the ancient Roman Empire most. Visiting modern Split and Trogir is the best way to understand how historic heritage became a part of a contemporary Croatian town. If you add a dose of sightseeing of the Krka national park, renowned for its beauty and natural wealth as well a taste of Dalmatian specialities along the way, you shall get the most wonderful and unforgettable experience of Dalmatia.

    Main attractions/ activities: Split sightseeing including a visit to the Archaeological museum taking in the best-known archaeological sites of Dalmatia - The Diocletian Palace, Salona, Burnum, Tilurium; tasting of Dalmatian products and Krka National Park sightseeing

    Tourist packages can range from two to four days. The activity programme for a four-day package would include: day 1. Split; day 2. Salona; day 3. Krka National Park - Skrdin; day 4. Split. Packages are available throughout the year for groups from 2 to 40 people. Accommodation is provided at hotels of various categories, and transport is possible in our own or in your organization. Professional guides are available in Croatian, English and German, and on request in other languages. All information is of a general character and is not binding; therefore, a request for a final offer is required.
    Use of this website signifies your agreement to the Terms of Use. We are committed to
    protecting the personal data of our clients' travellers Data Protection Policy
    Site map
    developed by lemax