Splitsko-dalmatinska županija (Split-Dalmatia County)

Splitsko-dalmatinska županija (Split-Dalmatia County)

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Splitsko-dalmatinska županija (Split-Dalmatia County)




Split Dalmatia county covers theS  part of Dalmatia. The main town is Split, Croatia's second largest city by population and it is the largest city in Dalmatia.
Split is situated on a peninsula between the part E of the Gulf of Kastela and the Split Channel.
The city is a prerequisite to many surrounding islands and the peninsula of the Apennines. It is therefore a major tourist destination.
Split is also one of the oldest cities in the region. It is generally accepted that its roots dating back to 1700 years at the time of the ancient Greek colony of Aspalathos (6th century BC).
Natural Park Biokovo (second mountain range of Croatia) is located along the coast between the rivers Cetina and Neretva. This coastal area with unique natural qualities extends from Brela to Gradac on a length of about 50 km. It is a succession of beaches, forests, cultivated landscapes of a mountainous background.
The island of Hvar is the queen of the Dalmatian islands. It has been known since antiquity because of its important strategic position. It has many ports and anchorages with offshore islands (Pakleni and O. Scedro).
Among the many monuments to visit we note the Cathedral, the former Arsenal and noble palaces (Gothic and Renaissance styles).
Makarska is a small town on the Adriatic coast about 60 km south of Split and 140 km northwest of Dubrovnik. Its tourist center is located on a bay in the shape of a horseshoe between the mountains and the Adriatic Sea Biokovo.
Located less than 30 km west of Split, Trogir is a port on the Adriatic. Its historic center, declared World Heritage by UNESCO in 1997 is located on a tiny island located between the mainland and the island of Ciovo.
Splitsko-dalmatinska županija (Split-Dalmatia County)
Splitsko-dalmatinska županija (Split-Dalmatia
Le comitat de Split-Dalmacie couvre la partie S de la Dalmatie. Le chef-lieu est Split, deuxième ville de Croatie par sa population et c'est la plus grande ville Dalmate.

Split est située sur une péninsule entre la partie E du golfe de Kastela et le chenal de Split.
La ville est un passage obligé vers les nombreuses îles environnantes et la péninsule des Apennins. Elle est de ce fait une importante destination touristique.

Split est aussi l'une des plus anciennes villes de la région. On considère généralement que sa fondation remonte à 1700 ans, à l'époque de l'ancienne colonie grecque d'Aspalathos (6e siècle avant J.-C.).

Le parc naturel de Biokovo (seconde chaîne de montagne de la Croatie) est situé le long de la côte entre les rivières Cetina et Neretva. Cette zone côtière aux qualités naturelles uniques s'étend de Brela à Gradac sur une longueur d'environ 50 km. C'est une succession de plages, de forêts, de paysages cultivés sur un fond montagneux.

L'île de Hvar est la reine des îles dalmates. Elle est connue depuis l'antiquité en raison de son importante position stratégique. Elle offre de nombreux ports et mouillages avec les îles au large (Pakleni et O. Scedro).
Parmi les nombreux monuments à visiter on retiendra la Cathédrale, l’ancien Arsenal et les palais nobiliaires (styles gothiques et renaissance).

Makarska est une petite ville sur la côte adriatique à environ 60 km au sud de Split et 140 km au nord-ouest de Dubrovnik. Son centre touristique est situé sur une baie en forme de fer à cheval entre la montagne Biokovo et la mer Adriatique.

Situé à moins de 30 km à l'ouest de Split, Trogir est un port au bord de l'Adriatique. Son centre historique, classé au patrimoine mondial de l'UNESCO depuis 1997 se trouve sur une toute petite ile située entre le continent et l'ile de Čiovo.

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Otok Vis

Otok Vis is the largest island in W Croatia. It is located northwest of Korcula.
During the Second World War saw was the main base of the Navy of the Resistance. The British Special Forces commandos were also on the island, fighting the Germans with the Partisans.
Until the ...
14 Jan 19

Otok Hvar

Hvar (68 km long) is a part of the central Dalmatian archipelago and is located in an east-west direction, perpendicular to the coast. These islands are so called "Group of Hvar.
The island of Hvar is known since ancient times for its strategic position and water. It was settled ...
30 May 11

Korculanski Kanal

Korculanski Kanal can be entered from the S, between Otok Vis and Otok Korcula, or from the W via Viski Kanal which leads between Otok Vis and Otok Hvar.
This channel connects with Neretvanski Kanal to the E and is part of the main approach to Kardeljevo.
It is easily navigated ...
1 May 11

Hvarski Kanal

Hvarski Kanal, which is 1.8 miles wide at its narrowest part, leads between the N side of Otok Hvar and the S side of Otok Brac.
Although this channel is deep and clear, it is seldom used except by vessels proceeding to Makarska from the W.
2 Jun 11

Bracki Kanal

Bracki Kanal leads between the mainland and Otok Brac.
It is mostly clear and deep except in its NW part where there are several patches with depths of lessthan 10m.
The N shore of this channel is barren and desolate with mountainous terrain closely backing the coast. Sveti ...
4 Jun 11

Otok Brac (Dalmacie)

Brac, the largest (45 km to 12 km), the highest (780m) and the more varied of the islands of Central Dalmatia, has been inhabited since the Neolithic period.
Brac is located on the same latitude as Corsica and faces the east coast of Italy, is the southern island of Croatia.
There ...
5 Jul 11