Central Dalmatia consists of the region called Split – Dalmatia.
There are so many beautiful places to discover in Central Dalmatia.
Like the palace of the Roman emperor Diocletian in Split, the small medieval town of Trogir located on a island and the islands of Hvar, Brač, Vis and the Makarska Riviera with its charming touristic villages.
There isn’t any national park in Central Dalmatia.
– Distances and time needed by car –
Split – Zagreb by the highway : 400 km about 4h00
Split – Zadar by the highway : 160 km about 1h45
Split – Trogir : 30 km about 35 mn
Split – Omiš : 25 km about 35 mn
Split – Makarska : 60 km about 1h10
Split – Ploče by the highway : 135 km about 1h45
Split – Ploče along the coast : 115 km about 2h10
Split – Dubrovnik by the highway until Ploče then by the coast : 225 km about 3h45
Split – Dubrovnik by the coast : 210 km about 4h15
For more information about distances in Croatia please visit Via Michelin at http://www.viamichelin.co.uk
– Time needed by the sea –
Split – Stari Grad (island of Hvar) by ferry : 1h50
Drvenik – Sučuraj (island of Hvar) by ferry : 35 mn
Split – Hvar by fast boat : 50 mn
Split – Supetar (island of Brač) by ferry : 50 mn
Split – Bol (island of Brač) by fast boat : 55 mn
Split – Rogač (island of Šolta) by ferry : 1h00
Split – Vela Luka (island of Korčula) by ferry : 2h30
Split – Vela Luka (island of Korčula) by fast boat : 1h45
Split – Korčula by ferry : 5h40
For more information about ferries, schedules and prices, please visit the site of the Croatian ferry company Jadrolinija at www.jadrolinija.hr.