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New Portal Aims to put Inland Dalmatia on the Tourist Map

Inland DalmatiaWhilst Croatia’s spectacular Dalmatian coast is not short of media attention and promotion around the world, the same could not be said for a region which is just tucked in behind it, and which also offers some amazing tourist potential – the Dalmatian hinterland. Well, until now that is…

Total Inland Dalmatia, a web portal promoting the cultural heritage and scenery of the Dalmatian hinterland, has just been launched. The new portal is the joint project of English blogger Paul Bradbury, and the Sinj Tourist Board. Bradbury, who has resided on the Dalmatian island of Hvar for the past decade, is no stranger to promoting Croatia, having launched the successful Total Hvar and Total Split portals.

Total Inland Dalmatia will take readers on a journey and help them discover what is an incredibly diverse region of Croatia, which offers not only an abundance of tourist attractions, but also intriguing heritage and traditions. From learning about the great Cetina River, to events and happenings in towns such as Sinj, Vrlika, Drnis, Dugopolje, Trilj, Imotski, Knin and Vrgorac, Total Inland Dalmatia aims to put one of Europe’s tourism secrets on the map.

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