Off road Dalmacija

                           Dalmatia  (Croatian / Bosnian /  Dalmacija / , Italian Dalmazia) is a geographical and historical region on the eastern coast of the Adriatic Sea, in the south and south-east of Croatia and in southwestern Montenegro. The historical region has no official status anymore. It stretches from the island of Pag in the north to the Bay of Kotor in the south. Southern Dalmatia is bordered to the northeast mostly on Bosnia and Herzegovina. The main cities are Split, Zadar and Dubrovnik.
Croatia - Raid
                       The Dalmatian is a rugged landscape and karst coastal landscape. The most important feature of the region are about 942 islands, islets, reefs and rocks. 78% of all Croatian islands are located in this region. The total area of the islands is 2070km2, which corresponds to 16% of the area of Croatia. The origin of the islands situated in the Dinaric mainland, the islands are the outstanding over the sea parts of this mountainous landscape. The islands in the north of the country are more numerous, but smaller. Their shape is elongate and extends parallel to the coast. These include Pag, Ugljan, Pasman, Dugi otok and Kornati and Žirje.
                       The open coast at the height of the place Ploce is the invisible border between North and Central Dalmatia. The central Dalmatian islands Hvar, Brac, Solta, Korcula, Vis, Lastovo and Ciovo are larger and have an east-west orientation, in contrast to the islands in the north, which are oriented northwest-southeast. Northwest of Vis are Jabuka and Brusnik - these islands are of volcanic origin [1] The southern Dalmatian islands are islands Mljet and Elafitische as well as the Peljesac peninsula.. Most of the islands (especially the surveys) are made of chalk rock, while the valleys and depressions of less permeable dolomite stone exist. There are on some islands in the lowlands Moore. By corrasion emerged on the outskirts of the lowlands on the pebble beaches.