Dalmatia, the region with the most preserved cultural monuments in Croatia, some of which date back to the time of the Roman Empire, attracts a great number of tourists each year from around the world.
Fascinating and unpredictable, Dalmatia, apart from its historical and cultural heritage, cherishes its several centuries long tourist tradition. The clear sea, heavenly beaches, green palms and low Mediterranean plants are some of the characteristics of the Adriatic Sea and its cities, islands and peninsulas.
Though some see Dalmatia as a tiny dot on the map, there is no visitor that has not been surprised by its immense natural diversity, such as its karst mountains, the rich vegetation which springs from bare rocks and the diverse animal life, all located on such a relatively small geographical area.
Visitors who decide to pay a visit to Dalmatia and one of the Bluesun Hotels located in Dalmatia, such as those in Brela, Tučepi, Starigrad Paklenica or on the Island of Brač, can expect warm, sometimes even hot summers with minimal amounts of rain. All Bluesun Hotels are located right next to the sea and the world's best-known beaches, such as the Bluesun Hotel in Brela, and most of them are located next to the most beautiful beach in Europe, Punta rata, which means that visitors to Bluesun can feel the full beauty of Dalmatia directly from their Bluesun Hotel balcony.