Central Dalmatia Sights

We’ve compiled the best of the best in Central Dalmatia - browse our top choices for the top things to see during your stay.

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Dioklecijanova Palača

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The original palace, which took about 10 years to complete, was built in AD 298. The palace was both a luxurious villa and a Roman garrison...

Galerija Meštrović

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A short walk from the Riva, this must-see gallery is in a tranquil location overlooking the sea and is surrounded by extensive gardens.

Katedrala Sv. Jakova

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Šibenik's finest piece of architecture, the Katedrala Sv. Jakova, was built in several distinct stages and styles between 1431 and 1536,...

Katedrala Sveti Lovrijenac

  • Religious Building/Site/Shrine

The remarkable Katedrala Sveti Lovrijenac, completed in 1250, is a perfect example of the massiveness and power of Romanesque architecture.

Narodni trg

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This is the main city square ( pjaca ) and can be accessed from Diocletian's Palace through the western or Iron Gate. This was, and still...

Peristil

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From Roman times to the present day, this has been the main public meeting place within the palace walls. The spacious central courtyard...

Pustinja Blaca

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The Blaca Hermitage was built into a cliff face overlooking the sea by monks fleeing the Turks in the 16th century. From the bay below...

Vestibul

  • Building/Architectural Site

The cupola of this domed space would once have been decorated with marble and mosaics. Today there's only a round hole in the top of...

Zlatna Vrata

  • Building/Architectural Site

Formerly the main entrance into the palace, Zlatna Vrata, on the north side of the palace, is the most monumental of the four gates—two...

Kazalište

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On the upper floor of the Arsenal, the Kazalište opened in 1612, making it the oldest institution of its kind in Croatia and one of...

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