Imotski has all the characteristics of a coastal town, thanks mostly to the climate and urban architecture of the old town. Stone houses, steep narrow streets with stone steps are witnesses to the former appearance of this place whose old core is also protected. Several buildings with beautiful facades and iron fences from the Art Nouveau era, speak of stylistic currents that have not passed this environment.
Originally beautiful and traditional in spirit, the Dalmatian hinterland, isolated for centuries, today attracts more and more visitors with its authentic year-round offer. Its rivers, mountains and caves and intertwined cycling, hiking and walking trails are an ideal place for an active holiday for adventurers, but also for those who just want to enjoy the beautiful view, clean air and untouched nature.
Colorful magical Dalmatia is considered one of the most beautiful regions in Croatia. It connects a wide number of islands with the coast and the interior, more precisely the Dalmatian hinterland. Split, Trogir are just some of the larger cities located in this area.