Yesterday, in the hall of the Split-Dalmatia County, the prefect Zlatko Ževrnja signed and handed over contracts for the award of grants for raising the quality of the tourist offer in the Split-Dalmatia County within the program “Program for raising the quality of the tourist offer”. Beneficiaries are legal and natural persons who provide accommodation services in rooms, studio apartments, suites, holiday homes and exclusively for existing facilities in order to raise the quality of the facility.About 80 small renters received support, and the total amount of allocated funds is 1,5 million kuna, while individual grants amounted to 5.000 to 30.000 thousand kuna. “Despite the not very large county budget, we managed to cover this type of entrepreneurship as well. We want to help you, too, small renters. I am glad that more and more renters come from the Dalmatian hinterland because that part geographically occupies 80 percent of the area of our county, and only one percent of guests get acquainted with all the benefits of the hinterland. There lies a huge potential and we all have to work together to exploit it. We are at your disposal for, in addition to this help, also for the educational one”, Pointed out Zlatko Ževrnja, prefect of Split-Dalmatia County, and added that through this support program, in addition to tourism, the economic effect was launched because through it many small and medium craftsmen and entrepreneurs are engaged.The Head of the Administrative Department for Tourism and Maritime Affairs emphasized that the goal of this program is to achieve that “Dalmatian flair”. He also announced its sequel in 2017. ” And through the next year, this project continues, and we add some news. We will also increase funds, especially for those landlords who decide to professionalize, or establish businesses and companies”, Emphasized the head of Čogelj. Beneficiaries thanked the County for the grant, and pointed out that they are very welcome because investments are necessary every year if you want to stay, but also to attract new guests.