Often called as the heart of Adriatic, the city of Split is guaranteed to leave you captivated. The city is a home to Diocletian’s palace, which is placed in the old part of the city. The Diocletian’s palace, together with other nearby sites, is the UNESCO world heritage site. It was founded 1700 years ago and it is considered to be one of the oldest cities in this part of Europe.


What's to explore

Diocletian's palace & the Old town

Plenty of historical sites, monuments and museums. Make sure to stay at least couple of days to fully explore it.

The city of Trogir

Set within medieval walls, the UNESCO city of Trogir will charm you with tis architectural treasures, impressive monuments and chic vibe.

Klis fortress

This imposing fortress is perched on a high hill, overlooking the city of Split and nearby islands.

Hot - spots not to be missed

Statue of Grgur Ninski

Created by the most famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic.

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The city's cathedral of st Domnius

Make sure to climb the steps to the top of the bell tower by the cathedral; the view is magnificent

Dip and chill

Bačvice beach
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Islands Croatia
Bacvice beach - nearby the old town, one of the most popular hotspots
Marjan hill - explore its secluded bays and beaches
Nearby islands - Solta, Brac, Hvar …

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