Split-Dalmatia County is among the most-visited regions of Croatia by tourists. It covers a large part of the Dalmatian coast with the famous Makarska Riviera. There are also full of monuments of the cities of Split and Trogir.
The region's most important attraction is the coast at the foot of the limestone mountains of Biokovo. It is very fragmented, full of coves and headlands, and along it stretch the island belt, among which the most famous are Brač, Hvar and Vis. Dalmatian beaches are mostly rocky and pebbly, here and there are fragments artificially sanded. the coastal waters are very calm, which promotes family rest.
Most tourist destinations are concentrated on the Makarska Riviera. Well-known resorts in addition to Makarska itself include Brela and Baska Voda, as well as Kastele located near Split.
The capital of the Split region is a city with a history dating back to Roman times. Its main monument is the Diocletian's Palace, which is so great that it now houses the entire old town. Outside the walls there is a beautiful promenade that comes alive not only in summer, but also during one of the largest Croatian carnivals. Near the city of Solin you can admire the ruins of the Roman city of Salona.
North of Split lies the full of Gothic and Renaissance monuments of Trogir. His Old Town located on a small peninsula is a tangle of narrow streets and squares above which stone houses and the tower of a huge cathedral rise.