Apartments in South Dalmatia Meet the beautiful sandy beaches, the rugged coastline of the Adriatic Sea and the crazy nightlife of South Dalmatia South Dalmatia covers the narrow coastal strip of land on the Adriatic Sea south of the river Neretva, the peninsula Peljesac, the island of Korcula, the island of Lastovo, the island of Mljet and the Elaphite islands. Spending a holiday in South Dalmatia without visiting the city of Dubrovnik would be a great shame! The magical medieval city built in stone and surrounded with 1940 metres long town walls is a must to visit. This is the second most visited open-air museum in the world that will take your breath away. Peljesac is the biggest peninsula in the Adriatic Sea, after Istria. It abounds in natural beauty and is one of the few areas that can boast that human intervention in the area did not disturb the beauty of nature. Poor soil and hard work of the industrious inhabitants of Peljesac have produced tasting top quality wines that have made the name of Peljesac renowned in the world. If you decide to visit the island of Korcula, the island of Mljet or the island of Lastovo, relax in some of the most beautiful hidden valleys, surrounded with the scent of the Mediterranean. The unique culinary delights, local food and wine will make your holiday unforgettable. The most attractive tourist resort and holiday destination in South Dalmatia is Makarska and its surrounding area. The riviera of Makarska consists of the following tourist places: Brela, Makarska, Baska Voda, Tucepi, and Gradac. They are arranged like a pearl necklace along the blue sea, that invites for a swim. The beautiful white pebbled beaches are ideal places for sunbathing and relaxation.Whether you want to visit the old villages situated beneath the cliffs or on the slopes of Biokovo mountain and see the still preserved rural architecture, the old houses and taverns or you want to visit the tourist resorts situated at the seaside with their newly built hotels, apartments and villas harmoniously integrated into the old fishing and farming villages, the riviera of Makarska offers unforgettable summer holidays. It's one of the most popular holiday destinations in Croatia as well as the town of Bol on the island of Brac that is world famous for its sandy beach called „Zlatni rat“. Apart from swimming and sunbathing, tourists can choose from a wide range of good quality villas, apartments and privately owned houses where they can stay. Just like the island of Brac, the island of Hvar and the island of Vis offer many hidden valleys that are oases of peace and comfort. The breathtaking beaches of South Dalmatia and the untouched mediterranean nature will remain unforgettable memories of splendid summer holidays spent in Croatia!