The southernmost region of Croatia bears the traditional geographical name of Dalmatia. Made of stone and rising from the sea, the beauty of Dalmatia has been the coveted prize of a long line of conquerors throughout history. The ancient Dalmatian cities – Zadar, Šibenik, Trogir, Split and Dubrovnik – are the most alluring tourist destinations on the map of Europe, their centres living monuments of world cultural heritage. Dalmatian islands form a charming archipelago full of secrets and surprises, and are one of the most desirable nautical routes in the world offering something for everyone – whether one seeks solitude, top-notch parties, cultural heritage sites or culinary pleasures. Split, the largest city in Dalmatia, is 1700 years old – as old as Emperor Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO world heritage monument, which stands at its heart. Split is ranked the second Croatian and the third Mediterranean port according to the number of transit passengers. It is also the departure point for all the ferry lines connecting the mainland and the islands of middle Dalmatia.

Distances from Split:
- Split Airport (in Resnik) – 25km
- Trogir – 32 km
- Šibenik – 86 km
- Zadar- 159 km
- Dubrovnik – 223km