Diocletian's palace one of the most valuable ruin from the Roman times. The ancient fortress, numerous shops and cafes, restaurants located in the old town of Split. The palace was built from limestone and white marble, the old part of the city covered with white stone so the buildings have different style. Tips: find the 3500 year old sphinxes brought from Egypt.
The medieval fortress lies on the mountain near the small village of Klis. Vineyards and olive groves are surrounding give a special atmosphere to the place. It has a beautiful view of the Split area. The fortress is free. The village is only 20 minutes from Split.
Salina has the one of the oldest Christian cemetery- The Manastirines, where was buried St. Dujam, patron of town Split. Salona was a very important city during the Roman empire and Diocletian was born here.
Stari Grad Plain
Stari Grad Plain is a cultural landscape. The original agricultural activity dated back in the 4th century, mainly based on grapes and olives. This is a natural reserve, the ancient stone walls and shelters, the ancient geometrical system of the land used by the ancient Greeks. This place located on the island of Hvar.
Cetina River is the most popular rafting place in the protected area. Relaxation and adventure are the best combination in this amazing canyon. There are three or four hours organized journey with the barbecue lunch. Makarska is 30 minutes from this place. Stars from: Village Zadvarje
Blue Cave was carved in limestone by the sea and it is one of the main attraction of this region, located on the eastern side of Bisevo island. It is only possible by boat. During the summer between 11 and 12 am sun’s rays penetrate and break up through an underwater opening making the whole interior shine with silvery blue light.
Krknjasi Lagoon: located on the east coast of the island Drvenik, pebble beaches and shallow sandy beach, it is suitable for families with small children, easy to access by boat from Trogir, you can rent
Kava: located at the Ciovo island (eastern part), sandy beach, shade of pine trees, relaxing area, café
Pisak: is a small fishing village 16 km from Omis,
has sandy, pebble, rocky beaches, ideal for families with kids, boat rental, diving option, several coffee bars, restaurant, crystal clear water
Slatine: is on the Ciovo island (northeastern), small fishermen village, 8 km from Trogir, stone & gravel beach, perfect form families, you can reach by ferry from Split or by bus from Trogir
gravel beach, bars, restaurants, every evening you can taste freshly grilled fish from the fisherman, shallow water, scuba diving, surfing, located 11 km from south Omis
Medici located in the heart of Omis riviera, pebble beach, pine forest, restaurant, ideal for families with small children, Medici is a small tourist settlement
Tucepi: most of the beach covered pine forest, restaurants, bars, souvenir shops, deck chairs, showers, zoilets, changing room, the beach is 4 km long on the Makarska Riviera, Nugal beach is a naturist beach
Punta Rata: pebble beach, the entrance is sandy, blue flag, it is surrounded by pine forest, sport equipment rental, number of cafes and restaurants, deck chairs rental,on the western side of the beach there is the Brela stone: symbol of Brela, crystalline water
Solaric & King' s Grove: beautiful beaches located between Tucepi and Makarska, covered with fine pebble, both beaches are get busy in the high season, Solaric beach is a small cape,
Pakomina bay: it is located 8km from the village Gdinj, on the northern part of the island Hvar, beach is pebble sorrounding with pine trees and white rocks, not so crowded
Lusisca: it is near Sveta Nedelja, Hvar island, it is a perl protected with fine pine trees and white cliffs, the water is crystal clear, pebble beach
Kasuni: gravel beach, located 3 km from the center of Split, several restaurants, the beach covered with the white stone, changing room, shower, parking palce
is a historic town and harbour on the Adriatic coast in Split-Dalmatia County, Croatia.There is also a strong fishing and agriculture tradition among the population in surrounding areas.
is a town and port in the Dalmatia region.The Omiš Riviera stretches for twenty kilometers along a coast of exceptional beauty, with many perfect pebble, sandy beaches, bays, steep cliffs and a crystal clear sea.
Split is one of the oldest cities in the area. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, centred on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian.
It is a tourist centre, located on a horseshoe shaped bay between the Biokovo mountains and the Adriatic Sea.
Old Supetar was situated on the small peninsula where there is now a graveyard.The City of Supetar includes the town Supetar and the three villages Splitska, Škrip and Mirca.
Hvar’s location at the center of the Adriatic sailing routes.The island has a typical Mediterranean vegetation.
The sea around Vis is rich with fish, especially blue fish (sardine, mackerel and anchovy). Komiža fishermen of the 16th century developed their own type of fishing boat, the falkuša.
Podgora is a small town in the Split-Dalmatia County of Croatia. It is located on the Adriatic coastline of Dalmatia.