Welcome to Inland Dalmatia

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.


Wednesday, 22 September 2021

Sinj Joins World Cleanup Day with Zelena Čistka Campaign

September 22, 2021 - Sinj is joining World Cleanup Day by cleaning illegal landfills in the area this…
Monday, 23 August 2021

Starry Summer Spectacle: Kamičak Fortress Music Evenings Held in Sinj!

August 23, 2021 - On Saturday, August 21, as part of the Kamičak Fortress Music Evenings organized by the Sinj Tourist Board and with the support of the Croatian Ministry of Culture and Media, the City of Sinj, and the Split-Dalmatia County Tourist Board, a concert evening was held with the Papandopulo Quartet and Sara & Jappa.  In the evening, in the unique ambiance of the Kamičak Fortress, visitors could witness a musical spectacle under the starry night sky and virtuoso performances of top musicians: four Croatian saxophonists - Nikola Fabijanić, soprano saxophone, Gordan Tudor, alto saxophone, Goran Jurković, tenor…
Thursday, 19 August 2021

Kamičak Music Evenings Return to Sinj on August 21st!

August 19, 2021 - Kamičak Music Evenings return to Sinj on August 21! Thanks to the rich tangible and intangible cultural heritage and several diverse cultural events, Sinj and the Cetina region have long been engraved in golden letters on the tourist map of Croatia. Moreover, thanks to the pursuit of sustainable tourism, the coexistence of carefully designed activities that hosts and guests equally enjoy, events in the Alkar city always attract attention and larger more audiences, although this year in a somewhat reduced form due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Such events certainly include the Music Evenings at Kamičak Fortress.…
Monday, 16 August 2021

1715 Battle of Sinj Reenactment: A Summer Treat for Sinj Town (PHOTOS)

August 16, 2021 - The 1715 Battle of Sinj reenactment was successfully held in the center of Sinj! In memory of the glorious defense of Sinj from the Ottoman invasion, the 1715 Battle of Sinj and the events that preceded it were staged this year as well. The Sinj Tourist Board organized the play with the support of the City of Sinj and Split-Dalmatia County and in cooperation with the Shrine of Our Miraculous Lady of Sinj, the Alkar Knights Society, and KU Marko Marulić.
The plot of the play took place in two acts. The first act began…
Tuesday, 10 August 2021

Battle of Sinj 1715 Reenactment Held in Two Acts on August 12!

August 10, 2021 - Hop into a Sinj time machine and go back to 1715 when it all started! Organized by the Sinj Tourist Board, on August 12 at 8:30 pm on King Tomislav Square, the famous and artistically immortalized battle of Sinj 1715 reenactment will take place for the fifteenth time.  The historical spectacle takes place in two acts. Zeljko Zrncic The first act is staged on the Market Square, the main square of Sinj, when the Ottomans conquered the town of Sinj in a dramatic and violent raid, set fire to the church, and took the people into slavery.…
Monday, 9 August 2021

11th Sinj Village Fair Successfully Held Last Weekend!

August 9, 2021 - The 11th Sinj Village Fair was successfully organized by the Sinj Tourist Board, with the support of the City of Sinj and Split-Dalmatia County. The 11th Sinj Village Fair was held on Dr. Franjo Tuđman Square on August 6th and 7th. More than 35 exhibitors attended, including renowned producers of prosciutto, cheese, honey, soparnik, liqueurs, and brandy, and autochthonous old crafts were presented, such as the making of folk costumes, opanak, peka, copper, garden tools, and other handicrafts from wood made traditionally. The fair was opened by Miro Bulj, Mayor of Sinj. In the entertainment part of…
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