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Photo Essay: Wild and cultural gems of inland Dalmatia, Croatia Special

Sinj - The Croatia National Tourist Board has launched a new initiative to extend the season. Digital Journal went to visit a lesser known region with a lot of year-round potential.
 

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Offroad Jeep safari tourism is in its infancy in inland Dalmatia  but agencies such as Dalmatia Expl...
Offroad Jeep safari tourism is in its infancy in inland Dalmatia, but agencies such as Dalmatia Explorer are slowly enticing visitors away from the beach into the wild and natural unknown.
Domagoj Burica
The mysterious Blue Lake of Imotski  whose varying waterlevels include an annual football match on t...
The mysterious Blue Lake of Imotski, whose varying waterlevels include an annual football match on the lake bed when the lake dries out completely each year.
Domagoj Burica
Kayaking on Lake Peruca has grown in popularity since the EU-funded Lake2Lake project improved facil...
Kayaking on Lake Peruca has grown in popularity since the EU-funded Lake2Lake project improved facilities, and the lake now features in several competitive adventure races.
Domagoj Burica
Cycling tourism has been targeted by the Croatian National Tourist Board as one of six key sectors t...
Cycling tourism has been targeted by the Croatian National Tourist Board as one of six key sectors to prolong the season, and the EU-funded MEDpaths project is adding bike routes and adding to the region's adventure tourism offer.
Domagoj Burica
For those willing to make the effort  the rewards for hiking in the mountains of inland Dalmatia are...
For those willing to make the effort, the rewards for hiking in the mountains of inland Dalmatia are self-evident.
Domagoj Burica
Vranjaca Cave  just 20 minutes from Split  and an astonishing cave going down some 360 metres  or 50...
Vranjaca Cave, just 20 minutes from Split, and an astonishing cave going down some 360 metres, or 500 steps.
Tomislav Balic
The mills of Grab  where flour production has continued in much the same way for over 600 years.
The mills of Grab, where flour production has continued in much the same way for over 600 years.
The 9th century Church of the Holy Saviour is one of the many heritage treasures to be found in inla...
The 9th century Church of the Holy Saviour is one of the many heritage treasures to be found in inland Dalmatia.
Domagoj Burica
The rich is becoming increasingly popular for adventure sports  such as free climbing near Vrlika.
The rich is becoming increasingly popular for adventure sports, such as free climbing near Vrlika.
Domagoj Burica
The source of the mighty River Cetina  the lifeblood of Dalmatia and named by Lonely Planet in Europ...
The source of the mighty River Cetina, the lifeblood of Dalmatia and named by Lonely Planet in Europe's top 40 attractions. The source goes down more than 100 metres and attracts many divers.
Domagoj Burica
While the sunsets of the Adriatic may be more famous  the ones over Lake Peruca are just as breathta...
While the sunsets of the Adriatic may be more famous, the ones over Lake Peruca are just as breathtaking.
Domagoj Burica
The impressive Roman military camp at Gardun near Trilj  where it is claimed football was first play...
The impressive Roman military camp at Gardun near Trilj, where it is claimed football was first played some 2,000 years ago.
Domagoj Burica
The 9th Century Sveti Spas church in inland Dalmatia  just one of many cultural treasures away from ...
The 9th Century Sveti Spas church in inland Dalmatia, just one of many cultural treasures away from the beach.
Central Dalmatia Tourist Board

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