Etnoland Dalmati – Croatian tradition meets Groupy innovation


In the midst of the sparse Dalmatian back country, not a 10 minute walk from Krka National Park, the best tourist attraction in continental Croatia (honored with Croatian Tourism Award) can be found: The theme park Etnoland Dalmati.



Croatian cultural heritage – open all year

On a total area around 15.000 m2, international visitors can immerse themselves in Dalmatian history, learn about traditions and taste local specialties. The hosts – all above Joško Lokas, the owner of the theme park – present the lifestyle 100 years ago in the hinterland of the coast; dressed in traditional costume in an unusual, funny and interesting way.

Michael Schober (All4Groups) handed over the first 200 GroupyMuseum tags to Joško Lokas (Etnoland Dalmati)

In an exciting sightseeing tour, you will explore the „folk museum“ of a special kind: traditional stone houses, old wine cellars, the rustic konoba and the colorful exhibition space – accompanied by the solely innovative Austrian technology – GroupyMuseum.





Unique dual use function for efficient use

GroupyMuseum offers a unique dual function, which also benefits the operators of the Etnoland Dalmati: On the one hand, Groupy can transmit guided tours on the live stream channel as an audio transmission system and also provide a perfect listening experience for larger groups during the tour.

Furthermore, GroupyMuseum is a powerful Audioguide as well. Visitors can explore the Etnoland independently and individually and play exciting stories at marked points (manual number entry). Particularly international guests can benefit from this multi-lingual supplementary option!

This dual function of the GroupyMuseum offers a cost-effective and flexible usage – all in one device, tailored to the individual needs of the operator. Of course, multiple branding opportunities are also available for GroupyMuseum.


We are very pleased about another international project and the great collaboration with Dalmati doo!


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Photocredit: A4G, Michael Schober & Etnoland Dalmati doo