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The center of Dalmatia is Croatia's second largest city of Split.
Split is a major port city and seat of the Catholic Archdiocese of Split-Makarska. Split is also a university. The town's origins are attributed to the Diocletian's Palace. The city of Split, Diocletian's Palace in 1979, together with the UNESCO World Heritage Site.
It is the largest and most important city south croatia and is therefore popularly known as the "capital of Dalmatia" without this status has ever officially awarded. The city is the seat of Split-Dalmatia (Croatian Split-Dalmatia županija), which covers the central part of Dalmatia. Split has about 220,000 inhabitants, the entire metropolitan area comprises 408,251 inhabitants.










The historical region stretching from the island of Pag in the north to the Bay of Kotor in the south. Southern Dalmatia is bordered on the north-eastern most part of Bosnia and Herzegovina.
The main cities of the region are Split, Sibenik, Zadar and Dubrovnik.



Recommended in Dalmatia are the historic cities of Split, Sibenik, Zadar, the National Park Biokovo, Krka, Plitvice Lakes, Paklenica, Kornati, Velebit, Vrana, Telascica and Lastovo and the island.
Split from the island of Vis, Hvar, Lastovo, Korcula, Brac and Solta are many ferry services to reach the Jadrolinija.
One can after disembarking from de bus itself the necessary billets through the sales offices of Jadrolinija the port in Split.