Dalmatia, with its dramatic coastline, has evolved into a very popular holiday destination. Summer crowds flock to the beaches and islands. Hot spots include the historic walled city of Dubrovnik, the bustling city of Split, and the glamorous island of Hvar. Geographically, Dalmatia extends from the city of Zadar in the north to the border with Montenegro in the south, and includes the scatter of islands and islets spread out over the eastern Adriatic. The farthest inhabited island is Vis. The Dalmatian Coast is characterized by its good weather, beaches, regional seafood, and homegrown wine.