Azure, smaragd, fir green and grey cliffs - these are the colours of the landscape on the Dalmatian coast.
History and Culture
Since the collapse of Yugoslavia in 1991/1992, Dalmatia has belonged to the sovereign republic of Croatia. Croatia’s culture, and thus also Dalmatia’s, developed a strong connection to Mediterranean culture early on. Roman rule and the infl uence of Byzantium also have left their traces. This infl uence is found in the numerous small churches and in the style of older buildings.
Land and People
The Croats are cheerful, extremely friendly people with a sunny disposition. There is a rich array of entertainment, particularly in the holiday regions. Discotheques, casinos, and traditional folklore events ensure variety. With its turquoise water, lonely pebble beaches and countless unspoilt islands, Dalmatia is the ideal travel destination for those who love the ocean and the sun.
Food and Drink
Dalmatian cuisine is very light and healthy, thanks to the predominant use of fi sh, grilled or cooked meats, and lots of olive oil. There are often major differences in the preparation of dishes from one location to the next, which further enhances this region's attractiveness. Fish and shellfi sh dishes are dominant in Dalmatia. A glass of domestic wine is also exactly the right thing to fi nish up a relaxing day at the beach. Dalmatia has an outstanding culinary culture that you can enjoy without a bad conscience.
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Soline campsite is situated on the beach, has 12 hectares of ground and has a wonderful promenade which leads to Biograd town centre. (10 min. walk).
The campsite (15 ha) is situated up to a marvelleous bay, has a variety of trees and walled steps.
The new, spaciously designed park impresses thanks to its superb, central and flat location which nestles in a pine wood right by the beach and the pool. A wide choice of entertainment programmes, leisure activities and excursions adds the finishing touch to the many services offered at the Beach Resort.
The campsite is situated in a dense wood of pine and olive trees. The 13,7 hectare terraced grounds have direct access to the sea.