• Split

    Where the Dalmatian heart beats

    Located on the Adriatic coast, it is the second largest city in Croatia and its port is the main connection point for the central Dalmatian islands: Brač, Šolta, Hvar, Korcula and Lastovo.

    Split, sometimes also referred to as Spalato, has its origins in the Magna Grecia, which gives it a familiar Mediterranean touch.

    It is a tourist destination that is very popular in all periods of the year, with its mild climate and beautiful coast and is easily accessible by sea thanks to its being located in the middle of Croatian territory making it a focal point well served by planes and trains.

    The area has several attractions for those who, in addition to sailing through the beautiful waters of the Adriatic, want to enjoy the city. One unmissable monument is the Palace of Diocletian and its picturesque basements, in the historic center of Split.

    Other prominent landmarks include the promenade along the Riva, the Marjan hill and the beach Bačvice.

    The offering for tourists here is excellent, and you can choose between luxury 5-star hotels all the way to a holiday more in touch with nature, appreciating all the Split region which includes towns like Kaštela, Podstrana, Omiš and Trogir.

    Welcoming and dynamic, this city has a whole host of typical local restaurants, called konobe, numerous clubs, concerts and festivals making Split one of the most popular summer destinations.

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