Monday, 9 May 2016

The Last Indigenous Cancer (Animal) in the Waters of the Imotski Region

Imotski Svitnjak brings us more info on these beautiful animals

Monday, 9 May 2016

Weaving Patterns of the Imotski Region

A very interesting piece from Imotski-Svitnjak on weaving patterns in Imotski region.

Saturday, 7 May 2016

From Netherlands through Imotski to China - First Guest of the Autocamp Biokovo

The summer season is starting at the Autocamp Biokovo in Imotski. A relatively new project, as it only opened its doors last year.

Tuesday, 26 April 2016

French Blogger about Vrlika, Vrgorac, Imotski and Sinj

Bernard Frantz visited Split and Inland Dalmatia last autumn and blogs about his experience at I-Voyges, describing Dalmatia as the most beautiful part of Croatia.

Monday, 25 April 2016

April Snow in Imotski (Video)

After so much sun, the end of April is cooling us down with some snow.

Wednesday, 20 April 2016

Imotski Discovered by the Ukrainian TV

After the Japanese TV crew last year, Imotski was visited by the Ukrainian TV these days. According to the Imotski tourist board, the goal of the Ukrainian was to make a documentary about Imotski for a very popular TV show.

Thursday, 14 April 2016

New App: Visit Imotski

Imotski tourist board issued a new mobile app "Visit Imotski" as a way of promoting the Imotski area and informing guest about the tourist offer.

Monday, 7 April 2014

City of IMOTSKI

Imotski is situated on the slopes of Podi hill just above the Imotski plane. The oldest traces of life in the wider surroundings of the town originate from prehistory with some findings from classical era. On the cliff overlooking the Blue Lake, the strong fortress Topana was built in early medieval age. In 10th century, it was the centre of one of eleven counties in the Croatian kingdom. In late 15th century, the fortress was conquered by Osman Empire. During their reign, Imotski has become important administrative centre, which is recorded in the verses of popular folk epic Asanaginica. After it was liberated from Ottoman Empire in 1717, the town has started to be formed over the time from scattered houses around the fortress. The town development was accelerated in late 19th and early 20th century. In mid-20th century Imotski has added industrial role to its administrative and trade roleS, and in recent times citizens started to hope for Imotski to become tourist centre thanks to its cultural heritage and natural beauties - Blue and Red Lake.


Area: 73 km2
Population 2011
- City: 33.253
- Urban: 10.213
Elevation: 300 m / 1.000 ft
Tourist Board:
- +385/21/ 842 221 :: +385/98/ 433 341
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City suburbs:
Donji Vinjani, Glavina Donja, Glavina Gornja, Gornji Vinjani, Imotski, Medvidovića Draga

Sunday, 3 January 2016

Happy New Year from the Total Inland Dalmatia Team

It was a great year. Full of record breaking-results for Inland Dalmatia. Full of significant anniversaries, changes and happenings. I myself learned a lot about this beautiful and unique destination and want to thank you all for making it possible. To all people in Inland Dalmatia, to all its guests and visitors - Happy New Year!! Let us enjoy the beauties of the Dalmatian Hinterland every day.

Happy New Year from Dalmatia Explorer

Happy New Year from Klis (Grad na Kamenu Klis FB page)

 

Happy New year from Vrgorac tourist board (New Year´s Eve in Vrgorac from 1955-1956)

Happy New Year from Vrlika tourist board

Happy New Year from Sinj

Monday, 28 March 2016

Festival of the Guardians of the Tomb of Christ in Imotski

They call them "Žudije", the Guardians of the Tomb of Christ, usually dressed as Roman soldiers during the Holy Week, it is a tradition especially rooted in Dalmatia, where the oldest Žudije come from Metković and were established in 1857.

 
This year, the sixteenth in a row Festival of Žudije began by the celebration of the Holy Mass in the Church of St. Franje in Imotski, informs Dalmacija News.

 
Festival´s main motto was "To Love Each Other" and there were 35 parishes from Croatia and from Bosnia and Herzegovina with more than a thousand participants of the whole event.
 
 
The famous Croatian photographer Šime Stikoman made another of his "Millennium photos" with all participants of the festival and many locals from Imotski, who posed at the "Gospin Dolac" football stadium in Imotski.

Read the whole article here.

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