Welcome to Inland Dalmatia, one of Europe's most exciting and least discovered regions, with something for everyone.
Just half an hour from both the stunning Adriatic coast and Croatia's busiest summer airport, Inland Dalmatia has an incredible diversity and array of tourist attractions that have the potential to turn the region into a year-round destination. This website has been formed by a small group of committed local residents ready to take you on a journey of discovery into one of Europe's last great tourism secrets.
What are you looking for? Nature? The mighty Cetina River is one of Lonely Planet's top 40 experiences for 2013, just one of the region's natural wonders. Adventure? Choose from white water rafting, hunting, kayaking, climbing, paragliding and a host of others. Heritage? From the extensive Roman ruins and Neolithic caves to the specatular fortresses through the ages and beautiful churches and stone towns, there is more than enough to attract the mildly curious historical tourist. Gastronomy? Boasting some of Croatia's best wines and a selection of indigenous cuisine, it is impossible to leave the region hungry...
Welcome to Total Inland Dalmatia, a journey of discovery just a stone's throw from the Adriatic coast.
Tourism Minister Gari Cappelli officially visited Split-Dalmatia County at the invitation of Mayor Zlatko Ževrnja. The meeting was held in Imotski, given the real tourist boom in recent years to the destination.
Sinj - just like the rest of Split-Dalmatia County - recorded excellent tourist results in 2016.
The Tourist Boards of Dugopolje and Klis, along with the Tourist Boards of Sinj, Trilj and Vrlika, and with the support of the Croatian Tourist Board, have drawn up a detailed tourist map of the entire area of the Dalmatian hinterland and the inland region of Split.