It will knock you out with its beauty. Split has become one of the best loved tourist destinations in the Mediterranean and that’s not down to chance. 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, also known as Spalato in Italy, has its origins in the Magna Grecia, which gives it a familiar Mediterranean touch. Don’t miss the Diocletian’s Palace with its amazing cellars, in the centre of Split. It is an interesting architectural site that shows how important the city was in Roman times, with the Emperor Diocletian choosing it as his home.

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The wonderful climate in all the seasons of the year and the beauty of the coast have made this a destination for those who are looking to relax in an elegant atmosphere, enjoying the natural walks nearby which includes exploring Mount Marjan that looks over the city, with its trails and parks.  It is easy to reach Split both by sea and by land due to its central location with respect to Croatia making it a transit hub well served by trains and planes.

The offering for tourists is of the highest quality, and you can choose from luxury 5 star hotels or holidays where you can be more at contact with nature, enjoying all of the region of Split including locations like Kaštela, Podstrana, Omiš and Trogir.

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It is well worth mooring your boat here and taking a walk along the Riva promenade or relaxing on the splendid Bačvice beach.

Split, like all of Croatia, is welcoming and will also amaze you with its food: all you have to do is choose one of the typical local restaurants known as “konobe” or enjoy a special evening in one of the numerous bars, concerts and festivals that make Split one of the most loved summer destinations. Book your berth now.


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