Northern Dalmatia Villas and Northern Dalmatia self catering Apartments
Northern Dalmatia showcases some of the most spectacular scenery and stunning National Parks that Croatia has to offer. This coastal region also boasts many historical cities and unspoiled islands for visitors to explore and enjoy. Even though this part of Croatia does not receive as many tourists as the southern parts, Northern Dalmatia still provides a unique and unforgettable Croatian holiday experience. Another holiday destination that is often overlooked by international tourism but which is brimming with natural beauty and culture is the French region of Lorraine. Rent Lorraine Villas and discover why this picturesque part of France deserves to be explored.
Northern Dalmatia Holiday Villas - history and nature in one stunning location
Several of the picturesque and historic towns and cities that dot the region contain Northern Dalmatia villa rentals of various types that suit a variety of budgets, tastes and requirements. Being the region’s main transportation hub, the city of Zadar is a central spot from which to reach other sections of the Northern Dalmatia via car, ferry, railroad or bus. Dalmatia’s capital city is then the perfect place from which to explore this beautiful region of Croatia. During the summer months most restaurants offer al fresco dining in the warm seaside air. The city’s “Old Town” is another great attraction with its array of old architecture and some 34 churches to visit.
Northern Dalmatia Villa Holidays - soak up the glorious Croatian sunshine on beautiful golden beaches
Northern Dalmatia’s city of Šibenik is most well known for its UNESCO World Heritage site of Saint James Cathedral – a Renaissance and Gothic style cathedral built by several architects between the 14th and 16th centuries. The city’s trademark colors of black and orange also feature in the many traditional black and orange Šibenik hats to been seen around the city. The man who invented and tested the first parachute was born and lived in Šibenik in the 16th to 17th century. The city of Šibenik is also sometimes known as “Krešimir's city” after the Croatian King Petar Krešimir IV who took up residence in the city. A statue of the king stands between the beginning of the promenade along the sea and a nearby park. Because Šibenik is the oldest native town in Croatia there are numerous Northern Dalmatia holiday rentals on offer. Being a small historical town and offering scenic natural surroundings, the town of Nin is an excellent place to take advantage of villas in Northern Dalmatia. The town makes for a relaxing getaway far from the bustling crowds and traffic of the more metropolitan areas. The area around Nin offers many long sandy lagoons, shallow seas and great examples of local cuisine.
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What are the most popular accommodations in the area?
The most booked accommodations in Dalmatia are apartment rentals and house rentals. We search from more than 26,740 accommodations in Dalmatia to help you find the perfect place to stay during your trip.
How much does it cost to stay the night?
Prices start at just €20 per night. Most house rentals in Dalmatia are 133 m² and apartment rentals are 53 m².
Do you offer pet-friendly apartment rentals in Dalmatia?
When traveling with your dog in Dalmatia, apartment rentals are recommended. These are the most common pet-friendly accommodations with an average price of €110 per night.
Do you offer accommodations for traveling with a group?
We can help you find accommodations in Dalmatia for a group. On average, the apartment rentals has space for 4 guests.