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South Dalmatia

South Dalmatia covers an area of 1,782 km ? and in the census in 2001 there lived almost 123,000 people (about 69 inhabitants / km ?). Or also called Dubrovnik "the pearl of the Adriatic ', is the largest city. The northern part is characterized by the Neretva River Delta. The southernmost tip Ostri advice on Prevlaka projects into the access to the Boka Kotorska (Bay of Kotor) into it.
For sailors Dalmatia with its large islands of Korcula and Mljet, and the Peljesac peninsula, the Elafiten is an attractive recreational area.
What you should look in Dalmatia?
If you spend your holiday in South Dalmatia, should not be missed according to interest the major attractions of southern Dalmatia.
The highlights in southern Dalmatia. If you absolutely visit
UNESCO world heritage site: Old City of Dubrovnik old town of Korcula
The most important natural attractions in South Dalmatia
Mljet National Park on the island of Mljet
Lastovo Nature Park Lastovo archipelago corresponds to the
Neretva Delta
The most important cultural sites in southern Dalmatia
Old Town of Korcula on Korcula Island
Old City of Dubrovnik (UNESCO World Heritage)
Arboretum of Trsteno
Ancient site Narona
Franciscan Monastery in Orebic
Spila Nakovana (Cave of Nakovana) on the Peljesac Peninsula
Benedictine monastery of St. Marija in Mljet National Park
Coastal town of Cavtat