1 700 years old town, Split is the second largest city in Croatia. The city was founded around the most famous bulding Diocleatian palace named after the Roman Emporer Diocletian, and it remains the best preserved ancient palace in the world. Being the largest and the most popular tourist city in the Dalmatia region, Split is also the biggest intraregional transition city which connects neighboring islands, towns and vilagges in the region as well as Italy. Famous for its beautiful Diocletian palace, Split offers also a rich local gastronomy, cultural heritage and night life.
Krka National Park
National Park Krka is one of seven Croatian National parks, famous for its seven continous waterfalls, abundant flora and fauna, stunning Visovac Monestary built on small river island, rich history and omnipresent natural beauty. Situated 90 km from Split it is an ideal location for one day trip where you can discover this natural crown jewel of Dalmatia region.
Named the Adriatic jewel, Dubrovnik is considered to be the most beautiful city on the Adriatic and Mediterranin Sea. The most famous Croatian city offers spectacular town arhitecture protected with thick, tall stone walls, rich cultural heritage and gastronomy. Dubrovnik is placed 230 km from Split, but it is a must see city while in this part of the world.
Is the most picturesque city setteled 30 km from Split, on small island between mainland and Ciovo island. Trogir is most famous for its Venetian architecure, and together with Dubrovnik and Split is protected by UNESCO as World heritage site. Due to city close proximity to the Split Airport (6 km) Trogir is a popular weekend destination.
Only 50 minute ride with a ferry from Split, Brac is the biggest Dalmatian Island. A popular destination for tourists as well as for local habitants as a one day destination due to its beautiful cristal clear beaches, the most known beach being the Zlatni rat beach on the south side of the Island. Famous for its gravel beach which moves due to the wind current, it was made famous by surfers world wide.