660+ Villas with pool in Dalmatia for rent

Dalmatia is a region that offers an incredible variety of natural beauties, and its indented coastline is one of the most impressive natural wonders in this part of the world. The combination of dramatic cliffs, hidden coves, beautiful beaches and crystal clear sea makes it an inevitable destination for lovers of nature, adventure and relaxation. The vibrancy of famous coastal towns? Starry skies in small settlements of secret coves? Unsurpassed hiking trails? Dalmatia has it all and much more. This exceptional region offers everything you need for a perfect vacation - from historic towns rich in cultural heritage to enchanting islands and pristine, sun-kissed beaches. If you are thinking of vacationing in Croatia, Dalmatia is definitely a destination you should not miss.
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Dubrovnik Riviera, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 7.000 € per week

  • 12 Persons
  • 6 Bedrooms
  • Outdoor pool 65 m2
  • Villa 300m2
  • Pets allowed
  • Concierge services

From: 7.000 € per week

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Sibenik, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 2.493 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 21 m2
  • Villa 198m2
  • Pets (on request)

From: 2.493 € per week

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Peljesac Peninsula, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 3.500 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Outdoor pool 36 m2
  • Villa 226m2
  • Pets not allowed
  • Concierge services

From: 3.500 € per week

Inquiry for Villa Mare

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Dubrovnik Riviera, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 10.500 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • Outdoor pool 70 m2
  • Villa 250m2
  • Pets not allowed
  • Concierge services

From: 10.500 € per week

Inquiry for Villa Palma

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Dubrovnik Riviera, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 2.450 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Outdoor pool 20 m2
  • Villa 200m2
  • Pets not allowed
  • Concierge services

From: 2.450 € per week

Inquiry for Villa Petrosa

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Zadar, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 2.100 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 35 m2
  • Villa 240m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 2.100 € per week

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Rogoznica, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 2.450 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 28 m2
  • Villa 225m2
  • Pets allowed

From: 2.450 € per week

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Peljesac Peninsula, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 3.500 € per week

  • 6 Persons
  • 3 Bedrooms
  • Outdoor pool 27 m2
  • Villa 235m2
  • Pets not allowed
  • Concierge services

From: 3.500 € per week

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Zadar, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 3.121 € per week

  • 8 Persons
  • 4 Bedrooms
  • 4 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 60 m2
  • Holiday home 230m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 3.121 € per week

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Makarska, Dalmatia (Croatia)

From: 1.701 € per week

  • 10 Persons
  • 5 Bedrooms
  • 3 Bathrooms
  • Outdoor pool 50 m2
  • Holiday home 265m2
  • Pets not allowed

From: 1.701 € per week

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Dalmatia is a region that offers an incredible variety of natural beauties, and its indented coastline is one of the most impressive natural wonders in this part of the world. The combination of dramatic cliffs, hidden coves, beautiful beaches and crystal clear sea makes it an inevitable destination for lovers of nature, adventure and relaxation. The vibrancy of famous coastal towns? Starry skies in small settlements of secret coves? Unsurpassed hiking trails? Dalmatia has it all and much more. This exceptional region offers everything you need for a perfect vacation - from historic towns rich in cultural heritage to enchanting islands and pristine, sun-kissed beaches. If you are thinking of vacationing in Croatia, Dalmatia is definitely a destination you should not miss.

Villa by the sea in Dalmatia? Yes, please!

Dalmatia is a synonym for beautiful beaches and crystal clear sea. Whether you prefer hidden coves or popular beaches, this region will satisfy the desires of all sun and sea lovers. If you want to experience Dalmatia in all its splendor, and at the same time have a view of the endless expanse of the Adriatic Sea, then renting one of our seafront villas is the perfect choice.

Dalmatia offers a variety of luxurious villas that provide you with privacy, comfort and a beautiful sea view. These villas are often modernly decorated with traditional elements to combine modern comforts with local aesthetics. Most villas have private pools, spacious gardens and terraces where you can enjoy spectacular sunsets.

To fully immerse yourself in this incredible natural beauty, treat yourself to a stay in one of our sea view villas. These villas are an ideal combination of beautiful landscapes, modern luxury and incredible moments of relaxation. Sea breezes, the brilliant color of the blue and the light playing on the waves create a natural setting that will enrich every moment of your vacation.

Hot summer day? A pool villa will solve the problem.

Dalmatia, already known for its incredible beauty and rich history, also offers a lavish selection of luxury villas with swimming pools that will make your vacation even more special. These villas offer a combination of modern comfort and traditional Dalmatian elegance, allowing you to experience Dalmatia in a completely new and luxurious way.

One of the main advantages of renting a villa with pool is the privacy it offers. Villas are often situated in beautiful locations, surrounded by lush gardens and greenery, allowing for complete getaway. Whether you are enjoying a refreshing swim on hot summer days or relaxing on the pool terrace overlooking the sea, the pool becomes an oasis of peace where you can indulge yourself and enjoy every moment. Check out our selection of pool villas in Dalmatia and start planning your vacation in this magical region today.

Family vacation? Family villas are waiting for you!

Dalmatia is not only a paradise for history and natural beauty lovers, but also offers many opportunities for a family vacation that you will remember for generations. Our range of family villas in this region provides the perfect setting for creating priceless memories, exploring together and connecting with loved ones.

Family villas in Dalmatia tend to be spacious, with plenty of room for all family members. Large bedrooms, living rooms and terraces provide privacy and space for everyone. These villas allow families to be together, but also to have their own space when they want it. The pool, courtyard and barbecue area become places where the family can relax, play and create memories together. The privacy of these villas allows you to relax and feel at home.

Many family villas are located near beautiful beaches that offer a variety of opportunities for playing and swimming. In addition, the region offers many activities for children, such as water sports, cycling and various amusement parks. Whether you are looking for adventure, relaxation or exploration, Dalmatia is a destination that offers families plenty of opportunities to create unforgettable memories.

Dalmatian islands - an oasis of peace and relaxation

The Dalmatian islands, scattered along the coast of the Adriatic Sea, form a unique and diverse group of destinations that fascinate with their beauty and different characters. Whether you're exploring the narrow Mediterranean streets of old towns, relaxing on secluded beaches with crystal clear waters, or exploring historic forts and churches that bear witness to past times, every step you take will be special. The Dalmatian islands offer not only spectacular natural beauty, but also the opportunity to immerse yourself in a rich culture, gastronomy and way of life that is deeply rooted in tradition.

On the Dalmatian islands, time has its own rhythm, in harmony with nature. There is no hurry, but everything happens slowly and thoroughly. The peaceful way of life is reflected in the laid-back mood of the locals and their ability to enjoy every moment. The sound of the waves, the gentle breeze and the smell of salt in the air remind us that life is what happens while we are busy planning.

Islanders live in harmony with nature and the changing seasons. Away from the hustle and bustle of the city, they can appreciate the simple pleasures of life - such as chatting with neighbors, walking by the sea, or enjoying incredible sunsets. Here, the pace of the modern world slows down and life becomes more peaceful and serene.

Most popular destinations in Dalmatia - a perfect blend of vacation and enchanting scenery

Dalmatia is one of the most attractive regions of Croatia, rightly considered the jewel of the Adriatic and a priceless part of the Mediterranean. Its exceptional location makes it the perfect destination for travelers who want to explore rich history, natural beauty and vibrant culture. It stretches along the Adriatic coast - from the Kvarner Islands in the northwest to Cape Oštra in the south - and covers a large part of the interior, including the Velebit and Biokovo mountains.

Island of Brač combines rich history, natural beauty and culture. Famous for its beautiful beaches, such as Zlatni Rat, it also stands out as the home of the world-famous white Brač stone, which adorns many buildings around the world, including Diocletian's Palace.

Island of Korčula, surrounded by crystal clear sea, is known for its rich history and traditional fencing game "Moreška". The old town of Korčula, surrounded by walls and decorated with narrow streets and picturesque squares, is one of the best preserved medieval towns on the Adriatic. Korčula is famous for its excellent wines, which delight the palates of wine lovers from all over the world.

Dubrovnik is a city that amazes with its imposing history, rich culture and spectacular architectural heritage. The Old Town, surrounded by walls that tell the story of its former wealth and power, enchants visitors with the charm of its squares, churches and palaces. Dubrovnik offers not only a journey through time, but also a rich selection of cultural events and unforgettable sunset scenes.

Split is the vibrant epicenter of Dalmatia, with Diocletian's Palace at its center. Within the confines of the palace and its walls, life flows through a maze of narrow streets, squares and historic buildings that bear witness to a rich past. With its modern facilities, the charm of old buildings and its proximity to the sea, Split is an irresistible destination that perfectly combines the past and the present.

Flavors of Dalmatia - authentic Mediterranean cuisine

Dalmatian cuisine is characterized by its simplicity and authenticity, reflecting the spirit of the Mediterranean. This area of Croatia is rich in fresh ingredients from the sea and land, creating a wealth of flavors and aromas. Fish and seafood, such as cuttlefish, shrimp and octopus, are often the centerpiece of the menu, prepared in a variety of ways - baked, grilled or fried.

Olive oil is the basis of many dishes, and homemade cheese, prosciutto and homemade bread are often an essential part of the meal. Dalmatian cuisine is also known for the simple preparation of vegetables, often with the addition of spices such as rosemary, sage and garlic.

In addition, wines and brandies from local vineyards and orchards contribute to the gastronomic experience, adding nuances of flavor that perfectly complement authentic Dalmatian delicacies.

Frequently asked questions

What is the best time to visit Dalmatia?

Dalmatia is one of the regions with the most stable weather conditions, which makes it ideal for a year round vacation. If you don't mind the heat and crowds, you should visit in summer, when daytime temperatures reach over 30°C and nighttime temperatures don't drop below 20. If you prefer lower temperatures and fewer crowds, spring and fall are a good choice. Finally, even winter in Dalmatia is mild, with daily temperatures up to 15°C. There are no crowds during this period, so it is suitable for sightseeing in major tourist cities such as Dubrovnik and Split.

How can I reach Dalmatia?

Dalmatia is located on the coast of Croatia along the Adriatic Sea, and depending on your starting point and destination, there are several ways to get there. The region has several international airports - Split, Dubrovnik and Zadar, so the fastest way to arrive from abroad is by air. If you are coming from the interior of Croatia or neighboring countries, you can reach Dalmatia by car. Furthermore, thanks to a good rail and bus network, you can reach Dalmatia by train or bus. Finally, if you are coming from neighboring Mediterranean countries or planning a vacation on an island, you can reach it by boat or ferry.

Where are the most beautiful beaches in Dalmatia?

Dalmatia is widely known for its beautiful beaches of all kinds. We highlight Zlatni Rat on the island of Brač, whose shape changes depending on the wind and currents, Šunj beach on the island of Lopud, and the picturesque Dubovica beach on the island of Hvar. Then there is Stiniva beach on the island of Vis, which is characterized by its spectacular bay. Brela on the Makarska Riviera offers beautiful beaches like Punta Rata, and Prapratno on the Pelješac peninsula has golden sand. Finally, there is the beach of Sakarun on Dugi otok, also known as the Croatian Maldives.

Which are the most popular destinations in Dalmatia?

Dalmatia can be divided into coastal and island towns. The most popular coastal cities in Dalmatia include Split with Diocletian's Palace, UNESCO listed Dubrovnik with its impressive walls, the picturesque Makarska Riviera, Šibenik with its Cathedral of St. Jakova, and Zadar with its Sea Organ and Greeting to the Sun. The most popular islands are island of Hvar with picturesque town of Hvar and Pakleni islands, island of Brač with famous Zlatni Rat beach, island of Korčula with well preserved old town, island of Pag known for its clubs in Novalja and island of Mljet with Mljet National Park.

What are some of the best things to do in Dalmatia?

Dalmatia offers many opportunities for all its visitors. If you are a sightseeing fan, spend the day exploring the architecture of historic cities or visit one of the islands where you can relax in the turquoise sea. If you're feeling adventurous, try water activities like scuba diving, windsurfing, and boating, or indulge in adventure activities like ziplining and rafting. Visit the Krka and Kornati National Parks, hike on Velebit or Biokovo, or stroll along one of the many seaside promenades. Also, don't miss the opportunity to enjoy the rich Dalmatian cuisine and wines, take part in cultural events and explore the nightlife.

What is the weather like in Dalmatia?

Dalmatia has a Mediterranean climate with warm summers and mild winters. Summers are usually very warm, with temperatures often exceeding 30°C, especially in July and August. Winters are mild with temperatures rarely falling below 10°C. Spring is characterized by changeable weather with possible rain showers. Average daily air temperatures are between 15°C and 20°C, but can vary. It is important to note that conditions can vary depending on the exact location within Dalmatia, so it is a good idea to check the current weather forecast before traveling.

Where is Dalmatia located?

Dalmatia is located in the southern part of Croatia, along the coast of the Adriatic Sea. It stretches from the island of Pag in the northwest to Cape Oštro in the far south, making it the longest coast in Croatia. It includes numerous islands, the Pelješac peninsula and also a part of the sub-Velebit coast and Dalmatian Zagora. It covers a total of 4 counties.

What is the average price of a villa in Dalmatia?

The average prices of villas in Dalmatia vary depending on the category, amenities and the period of your stay. We offer a wide range of villas, from the more economical to the most luxurious. For the best value for money, check out our special offer villas, where you can always find a villa that suits you at the best price. Demand is higher during the summer months, so we recommend that you check availability on the villa website and book as soon as possible.

Is Dalmatia suitable for a family vacation?

Yes, Dalmatia is a great destination for a family vacation. It offers beautiful beaches with clear waters, plenty of water activities for children, cultural attractions for family excursions, hiking and biking trails, and delicious food. Croatia and Dalmatia are generally considered safe destinations, and the hospitable local people make your stay even more enjoyable. Our family villas offer various facilities for all ages, from swimming pools to spacious gardens, children's playgrounds and activities that will make your family vacation a pleasant one.

Is Dalmatia pet-friendly?

Of course! Dalmatia is a region where pets can enjoy many outdoor activities - such as walking along the coast, hiking or swimming. There are many pet-friendly beaches, pet-friendly cafes and restaurants, and in larger cities you will find dog parks. There are also many accommodations that allow pets, but make sure to check all requirements and possible surcharges before you book.

Is Dalmatia expensive?

Prices in Dalmatia vary depending on where you are. In popular tourist destinations such as Split, Dubrovnik or Korčula, prices are often higher compared to less touristy places. Prices on the islands are generally a bit higher than in the coastal towns. The price level also depends on the time of year you visit the region - during the summer months they will be slightly higher compared to the rest of the year.

What makes Dalmatia unique?

What makes Dalmatia unique is the combination of its rich history and culture, beautiful coastline and islands, spectacular national parks, delicious gastronomy and relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle.

Are there any sandy beaches in Dalmatia and where are they located?

Dalmatia, more than any other region, is known for its long pebble and sandy beaches. Although most of them are pebbled, here and there you can find a few sandy beaches that will enchant you with their beauty. The most beautiful sandy beaches in Dalmatia are Zlatni Rat in Bol on Brač, Kraljičina beach in Nin, Sakarun on Dugi Otok, Saplunara on Mljet and Divna on the Pelješac peninsula.

Which languages are spoken in Dalmatia?

Croatian is the official language of Dalmatia and dominates everyday communication. Considering the proximity of Italy and the history of Dalmatia, which was under Venice, the Italian language has a great influence and is widely spoken in Dalmatia. English is widely spoken among the younger generations, and German is also a common language.

Where are the airports in Dalmatia?

Dalmatia is the region with the largest number of airports. From north to south you will find Zadar, Split, Brač and Dubrovnik airports.

Are there charging stations for electric vehicles in Dalmatia?

Charging stations for electric vehicles are available all over Dalmatia. Of course, there are more of them in the larger coastal towns, but they are also available on all the larger islands. For detailed and accurate information, be sure to check the map of charging station locations: https://chargemap.com/map.