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Cheap villas in Dalmatia

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Villas in Dalmatia: key destinations

  • Split Riviera

    Rent in Split for a lively holiday in Dalmatia. Our apartments are close to the town's main attractions: a busy promenade, great shopping, pebble beaches and plenty of bars, clubs and restaurants.

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    488 villas

  • Dubrovnik Riviera

    This lively Dalmatian city is known for its medieval architecture and beautiful beaches. Rent a villa in Dubrovnik to explore ancient walled town, enjoy many art galleries, or take a stroll down Stradun promenade.

  • Hvar Island

    Our villas in Hvar let you explore one of the most beautiful places in Dalmatia. Enjoy fabulous pebble coves and amazing food. Take a boat trip to the Pakleni Islands and revel in the nightlife scene centred around the port.

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    67 villas

  • Zadar Riviera

    Steeped in history and natural beauty, experience the quieter side of Dalmatia from an apartment in Zadar. From pine-clad beaches to marble streets, this lesser-known gem is perfect for a low-key summer break.

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    189 villas

  • Šibenik Riviera

    Escape the crowds of the Dalmatian Coast in the historic city of Sibenik. Rent an apartment and wander a stunning medieval centre, explore its peaceful bay, and have a cooling dip in the tranquil waters of the river Krka.

  • Makarska Riviera

    In the heart of central Dalmatia, the stunning Makarska is ideal for a relaxing holiday by the coast. Rent one of our apartments and enjoy amazing beaches, ancient sights, natural beauty and lively nightlife.

Reviews of villas in Dalmatia

We have 85 reviews of our villas in Dalmatia.

Couple from Coleraine, United Kingdom October 2018

Excellent holiday. Many thanks to Patricija and Niksa for all their help and advice. They are a most helpful couple, nothing was too much trouble for them and it was a pleasure staying at their villa. The location is ideal, in the countryside but close to a wonderful small secluded beach, the airport, Cavtat and restaurants, traditional dancing and museum in Cilipi. It is central and easy travelling to many attractions including Budva, Kotor and bay in Montenegro, Trebinje in Bosnia and off course old town Dubrovnik (take the boat from Cavtat). Thoroughly recommended and we hope to return in two years time.

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Friends from Newport, United Kingdom September 2018

Fab value for money ,no frills but everything you needed . Owner lovely and friendly . It was very clean and functional . The only downside was there was no outside space but the location was superb right in the hub of the old city ,full of restaurants shops. Lovely vibe.xxxx

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Family from Bristol, United Kingdom August 2018

Had a fantastic week in the villa. Villa was everything we hope it would be. Cannot thank the owners enough. They where very friendly and everything was perfect. Hope to go back sometime in the future.

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Family from Doncaster, United Kingdom July 2018

Our stay was absolutely fantastic. we didn’t venture out of the villa as we had everything there that we needed. I recommend you have a car to go out to the supermarket as it is quite hilly and a good walk away. The villa was so clean, modern, and very upmarket I can’t fault it in the slightest in fact we didn’t want to come home it was that nice. We went as a family ageing from 5 right through to 72 and we all enjoyed ourselves.

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About Dalmatia

Villas in Dalmatia

The Dalmatian Coast is Croatia's most popular stretch to rent a villa. It has everything for a spectacular holiday: pleasant climate, delicious cuisine, energetic nightlife and incredible beaches. Stay in one of our Dalmatia villas by the sea and golfing greens or one with its very own private pool for a perfect family holiday.


Renting a Clickstay villa in Dalmatia puts the best at your fingertips. Visit the historical delights of Dubrovnik, enjoy a busy city break in Split, or unwind on the amazing beaches along Makarska Riviera. If you’re after a lively place to party after sundown, then rent a villa in Hvar. Or, stay in one of our properties in Zadar or Sibenik for a low-key summer break.


Dalmatia is great for an active holiday. Have a go at parasailing and windsurfing on Brac island or explore hiking trails and stunning waterfalls of Plitvice Lakes and Krka national parks. For divers, a day trip to the archipelagos of Kornati and Mljet is not to be missed!

Discover Dalmatia

Take a look at our blog posts about where to go in Dalmatia and what to do on your holiday in Dalmatia.

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