The region of Dalmatia is divided into 3 Dalmatian areas. Northern Dalmatia, Central Dalmatia and Southern Dalmatia.
In the northern part you will find the cities of Zadar, Sukosan, Biograd to Murter. This region is especially popular because it has a good infrastructure and is easily accessible by car and plane. Not for nothing you can find countless ports and marinas in the region. In addition, you have direct access to national parks and countless islands. The city of Zadar convinces with its unique old town life and your sights. A bit further south you will find the marina Kornati, which is very well developed as one of the main exit points in the region. You can find countless yachts from small to large there and also has a good starting point if you want to store and eat. Biograd is also the starting point for countless regattas every year.
Sibenik is located in the border area of North and Central Dalmatia and you will find many small towns, the Krka waterfalls and a beautiful old town. In the archipelago of Sibenik you will find about 250 islands with countless idyllic bays and beautiful anchorages. Dolphins are also very common there. Absolutely recommendable is also a night in Primosten. There you will find buoys, you can anchor, or you can moor in the city harbor at the pier. The town has a historic arched entrance and is located on a very small island, which is connected to the mainland. The houses and the town wall form the border with the sea. The former fishing village has become a very popular tourist destination and offers a Mediterranean feeling that should be experienced. In the 16th century, the inhabitants had built stone walls for protection from Turkey and at that time there was still a mobile bridge.
The region of Split, with Trogir and the Marina Kastela is located in central Dalmatia. The locals themselves say that this region is the real Dalmatia. Central Dalmatia is the ideal starting point if you want to sail towards Brac, Hvar, Korcula, Vis and Lastovo. The island of Hvar as an example, was awarded one of the most beautiful places in the world. The special gastronomic offer with seafood and meat dishes convinces both Europeans and guests from distant countries. It is not without reason that countless guests from the USA come here every year.
Dubrovnik is probably the most famous city in southern Dalmatia. Also the offshore islands Mljet and its national park are absolutely worth seeing. But also the city of Korcula, which was built completely of stone, convinces with its high city walls and the ancient flair. 2-3 hours sailing west you will find the island of Lastovo - also a nature park with crystal clear water, countless bays and hiking opportunities and a sensational cuisine. Here the Italian touch still holds sway.
In Dubrovnik you should definitely have visited the old town and the castle. This is the city with countless exhibitors, museums, restaurants and konobas. Southern Dalmatia is the region with the most historical traditions.