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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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  • 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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  • 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 66 reviews of our villas in Dalmatia.

Family from Weymouth , United Kingdom August 2019

An excellent holiday. Miho, the owner/our host, was best, very informative and generous throughout. The villa is the most well equipped we’ve stayed in and is situated in a very quiet, beautiful location. Ideally situated to explore the local villages and Dubrovnik’s only a short distance on the ferry or even hire a small boat (discounted for miho’s guests). If you’re going to holiday in this area stay in this villa, excellent value. Many thanks Miho, great time.

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Family from Stafford, United Kingdom August 2019

Fantastic property with all the facilities to keep all 9 of us ranging in age from 4 to 50 entertained for a weeks stay. The pool is gorgeous, the pool table was used regularly for tournaments, skittles, bowls, mini Golf, football, the gym, badminton and water polo... a week wasn’t enough to get it all in!!!. Beautiful choice of areas to sit and relax and the bbq and dining area above the outbuildings is fantastic to sit and watch the sun go down behind the mountains. We have several amazing pictures of sunsets. We loved being very rural and quiet but within 15-30 mins you can reach one of the local supermarkets and again one of the beautiful local beaches. Would recommend Brela or Makarska especially if you have children who want play areas, inflatables in the sea or jet skis and pedalos. The welcome and tour of the facilities was fab and Sonja and her father were most helpful and kind. A perfect big group family holiday home. Highly recommend and we really didn’t want to go home. Beautiful part of Croatia and Split airport is the quietest, cleanest and most relaxed airport to use.

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Couple from Brighton, United Kingdom June 2019

I have stayed in studios before that compromise in certain areas, this studio is purpose built and perfectly formed. The perfect amount of space and all the utensils etc you need for your stay in a self catering property. Also plenty of towels, hairdryer etc. We hired a car and although there is a parking space just down the road, getting in and out using the one way road was sometimes daunting - to be fair this would have been a lot easier if our hire car company hadn’t provided us with a juggernaut of a car that we did not ask for! You do not need necessarily need a car, there are several nice beaches in walking distance as well as a couple of restaurants. We spent a lot more time in the property than we had planned as it is just so lovely and peaceful. The garden area is large with lots of olive and fig trees and sitting listening to the birds and the sea was wonderful. It also provides privacy from the pathway below. We spent most days visiting the nearby beaches on foot and wondering back to the studio when we got too hot or just fancied being in the wonderful space. We had bbqs most nights and the facilities were spot on. Silvio met us on check in and was really helpful and kind, easy to get hold of for check out and if we had needed anything throughout our stay, but we didn’t as everything was catered for. I would definitely recommend staying here and would love to return for another holiday if I have the chance. Oh, Dubrovnik is a short distance away, we took the local boat taxi that picks up/drops off just down from the studio as recommended by Silvio and was the perfect way to get in and out of the city. But dragging ourselves away from Plat was hard as it is just so lovely. 10/10

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Family from Umeå, Sweden June 2019

This holiday gave us everything we were looking for. Peace and quiet, incredibly beautiful surroundings and a wonderful house with a great pool. The location of the house requires a car but it didn't do us any because it was easy to make day trips, for example to the Makarska Riviera. The host and his mother gave us a very warm welcome and even prepared a barbecue one day. We are so pleased with our entire stay. Can highly recommend this accommodation.

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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!

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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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