Croatia Travel Photography – Dalmatian Coast

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Croatia had been on our travel short-list for a few years, and we finally got there in summer 2017. This page of Croatia travel photography contains galleries from Croatia’s southern Dalmatian coast along the Adriatic Sea. Our visit included Dubrovnik and the nearby wine region along the Peljesac peninsula, Split, and a bit of the islands via ferry rides.

This coastal part of Croatia has interesting local culture and quite a bit of Italian influence, from food to architecture and important historical events. There’s much to see and photograph from a travel photography perspective. From coastal sunsets and wide panoramas of Dubrovnik’s walled Old Town, to smaller details of Croatian culture and history, there’s something for anyone with a camera – even just a smartphone camera. 

We had a great experience here and definitely recommend southern Croatia as a travel destination in the overall ‘Mediterranean’ region. It’s also a great starting point for further explorations into neighboring countries such as Montenegro (e.g., Bay of Kotor) and Bosnia and Herzegovina (e.g., Mostar).

Enjoy the photos below and feel free to add any comments or questions at the bottom of the page. I’ll be adding more photos from Dubrovnik, Split, and the region in between soon. 

For more Mediterranean travel photography, also check out my photo galleries focused on travel in Greece and travel in Italy while you’re here.


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Dubrovnik Area

This gallery includes photo highlights from Dubrovnik’s walled Old Town, a cable car ride above the Old Town, and images from the nearby Babin Kuk peninsula and the port at Gruz.

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