What places to visit while on holiday?

If you are visiting Marina county, you have a perfect opportunity to visit some of the most remarkable cities, places and natural wonders Dalmatia has to offer.

Dalmatia is a combination of nature and heritage, work and pleasure, historical legacy and the indelible traces of different civilizations. It is characterized by specific diversity of the coast and islands with their beautiful hidden bays as well as expanses of the Dalmatian hinterland filled with rivers and lakes that lace beautiful mountains. There has been created a corner on the planet Earth that is worth admiring… the place on Earth you have always dreamed of – Dalmatia.

Here we will present you with 5 must see destinations but be sure to check other wonderful places in Dalmatia!

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In the past, the town was one of the cultural centers of Dalmatia: in the 13th century enriched with the master works of master Radovan and Ivan Lucius, who filled the town with famous sculptors, architectures and paintings. Portal of master Radovan was finished in 1240, and is a unique monumental work of this great Croatian artist, whose inscription on the base of the lunette says he is “the best of all in this artisanship”.

The old town core has been formed between the 13th and 15th century inside defense walls that were restored by Venice in the 15th century. They also added two forts that are still preserved: Castle Kamerlengo and the Tower of Saint Marc. Castle Kamerlengo is situated in the south-west side of the island. Its present shape is in the exact state as it was in the 15th century. South of the castle is the tower of Saint Marc also from the 15th century, and between the tower and the castle there is a gloriet from the time of the French occupation. The eastern part of the town has developed around the main square with the cathedral. The western part named Pasika, was built later in the century.

Amongst all Croatian towns on the Adriatic coast Šibenik is set apart by its unique location in a picturesque and open bay, at the mouth of the Krka River. Created initially as an ancient Croatian castrum, a fortification or encampment, at the bottom of St. Michael’s Fortress that still dominates the town, Šibenik was mentioned for the first time in 1066, in a document issued by the most important Croatian ruler – the king Petar Krešimir IV. Šibenik obtained the status of a native Croatian town in 1290, when the Diocese of Šibenik was established.

Krka National Park lies within Šibenik-Knin County, and covers a total area of 109 km² of the loveliest sections of the Krka River, and the lower course of the Čikola River.

The national park is a vast and primarily unaltered area of exceptional natural value, including one or more preserved or insignificantly altered ecosystems. The purpose of the park is primarily to serve science, culture, education and recreation, while tourism activities have also been introduced for its visitors.

The history of Split is over-flowingly rich and turbulent to fit in just a couple of sentences. Although the Split area was earlier inhabited by the Greek colonies, Emperor Diocletian should be considered its first citizen and founder, starting his lavish villa of around 300 square meters near the great city of Salona in 293 AD, only to retire from the Roman throne within its walls after building it for ten years.

Write a summary of the history of Solin , once the capital of a Roman province , and describe some of its important monuments , attractive , but also very responsible task.
In fact, is well-known that Salona is a town which at the end of the ancient period was dissappeared and has never been renewed. In the Middle Ages , the urban territory of Salona , a former Salona ager , established at the end of the Roman Republic times , is located between the three major centers that often clash with each other : between Trogir and Split, and Klis castle , which has long been in the hands of Croatian noble families , and then the Turks .
It determines the fate of the former city of Salona – Solin and his entire areas .