The Adriatic Times Sinke

If you are not scared of heights, sitting on an airplane seat next to a window is always an experience. That is especially true if you observe Dalmatia in flight, one of a few regular routes Croats take on a daily basis. Especially if they are Zagreb residents in love with Split.

During the thirty-minute ride, which hopefully doesn’t feature a cloudy sky, you can see as far as the Sibenik archipelago and town of Omis, situated on Cetina river’s mouth to Adriatic Sea, with plenty in between. If you don’t take a shortcut over Bosnia, you will also travel above and see the slopes of beautiful Velebit Mountain.

Dalmatia in Flight
Duje Klaric / Hanza Media

The short voyage might inspire you to hit the skies again by plane, possibly in some other part of Croatia with an equally stunning bird’s-eye view. For a sneak preview of such an experience, see our photo gallery of Dazzling Dubrovnik as viewed from plane.

Below is an image gallery, nicknamed Dalmatia in flight. Learn about numerous localities of the region in our Destinations Section.  Upload your own images of holidays in Croatia to our Facebook Wall and earn a chance to become our media contributor of the day.

Photo: Duje Klaric / Hanza Media