Dalmatian Coast Honeymoon Guide

Croatia's Dalmatian Coast offers a dramatic island-fringed stretch of coastline scattered with fishing villages, medieval towns, hilltop castles, Roman ruins and ancient walled cities – perfect for a honeynoon or romantic getaway.



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Introducing the Dalmatian Coast

The Dalmatian coast boasts more than 1000 offshore islands, with secluded coves and excellent beaches just waiting to be discovered by yacht or forest track.

What to do and see on the Dalmatian Coast

Paddle a sea kayak into the Blue Cave on tiny Vis Island, cycle the forested trails of Mljet Island then sunbathe on an unspoiled beach or hike through the spectacular cascades of Paklenica National Park.

Away from the coast, Croatia’s unspoiled countryside, rugged mountain ranges and national parks are ideal for mountaineering, hiking and cycling. Add a mild Mediterranean climate, delicious seafood and a dash of good wine and you have the prefect recipe for a great adventure.

In Zagreb, explore the cobblestone streets of the old Gradic district or the battlements and dungeons of nearby Trakoscan castle.

Stroll the towering walls that encircle the medieval city of Dubrovnik, step back in time within the white limestone walls of Diocletian's Palace in Split and discover a maze of cobblestone streets that wind past stunning Romanesque and Venetian Gothic architecture in the medieval city of Trogir.

Where to stay

Choose from a selection of the best hotels in Dubrovnic.

Find the best deal, compare prices and read what other travellers have to say about hotel accommodation in Dubrovnic at TripAdvisor.

Best time to visit the Dalmatian Coast

Anytime. You may wish to avoid the summer crowds of July and August by travelling in September when the skies are still clear and sunny and the sea remains warm enough to swim.

The Dalmatian Coast enjoys a Mediterranean climate with hot dry summers and mild, rainy winters. Dubrovnik averages 26°C in summer (August) and 9°C in winter (January).

For more climate info: Dubrovnik Riviera Weather Guide

How to get to the Dalmatian Coast

The most convenient route to the Dalmation Coast (and Dubrovnik) is by air to Dubrovnik Airport (DBV), also known as Čilipi Airport, located about 20km (12mi) southeast of Dubrovnik city centre.

For more information on how to get to Dubrovnik and the Dalmation Coast

Latest update Dalmatian Coast honeymoon destination: 13 October, 2019

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