Zlatan Otok - Marina Bilo Idro - Sveta Nedjelja, island Hvar, Dalmatia
- Maximum length of vessels: in the inner breakwater up to 18 m,
the outer breakwater up to 40 m
- Draft: in the inner breakwater up to 4 m, the outer breakwater up to 7 m
- Extras: water refill, electrical connections, Toilette
- Restaurant Bilo Idro
GPS koordinate: 43° 8' 3'' N | 16° 35' 10'' E
+ 385 (0)21 745 703
+ 385 (0)91 572 8948 (Mrs. Antonia Buratović)
+ 385 (0)91 321 0022 (Mr. Nikola Plenković)
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Crikvine-Kaštilac, the former Renaissance summerhouse (early 16th century) of the Capogrosso family, is situated in the vicinity of the Ivan Meštrović Gallery. Originally built as a holiday home for the aristrocratic Capogrosso family and as a possible shelter from Ottoman attacks, the edifice has also served many other purposes in the course of its history (at one point it became a tannery, then a cloth dyers’ workshop, and was even a lazaretto for victims of the plague). In 1939, Ivan Meštrović bought and adapted the complex, intending to exhibit a cycle of reliefs depicting scenes from the life of Jesus of Nazareth. The reliefs were to be placed in the newly constructed Chapel of the Holy Cross. In addition to building this chapel, Meštrović reconstructed the western part of the courtyard, building in it a peristyle with a variation of Doric columns.
The sculptor’s wood reliefs (some of which took 33 years to create) are of particular value because of the different styles attributed to specific periods. Starting from the early reliefs created in 1917 (Deposition, Temptation of Christ), the development of his artistic expression can be followed from the linearity of the stylised Art Nouveau, through the reliefs with harmonious classic curves (Christ and the Samaritan Woman, the Annunciation of 1927), to the realism of the 1940s. The cycle is one of the most moving Christological cycles in Croatian art. The apse holds a wooden crucifix from 1916, a work of extraordinary intensity.
The western part of the complex, which consists of the Church of the Holy Cross (with its reliefs and cloister), is an integral part of the donation contract of 1952. The Church of the Holy Cross is consecrated and destined for services in Old Slavic, which was Meštrović’s wish.
The eastern part of Meštrović’s Crikvine-Kaštelet complex holds the Renaissance Chapel of Our Lady of Good Counsel and an adjoining loggia with the stone inventory Meštrović added during the adaptation. Although he never finished renovating the east chapel, it remains an integral part of the artist’s design and spatial concept. It should thus be considered an indivisible part of the complex.
Meštrović's Crikvine - Kaštilac
Crikvine-Kaštelet of Ivan Meštrović in Split is the restored 16th century villa extended according to Meštrović’s idea as place of peace and contemplation. For the Church of Holy Cross in the complex he artist worked in wood the great Crucifix and 28 reliefs with scenes from the life of Christ. This is an oeuvre that belongs among the masterpieces of Croatian sculptors.
If a picture is worth a thousand words, be sure that an illusion hides more than a million!
Enter the fascinating world of illusions that will trick your reliance on your senses, but also amaze you at the same time; the world that will confuse you completely, but also educate you... Visit us and you will be thrilled because nothing is what it seems, especially not in HERE!
Are you ready for even a bigger, better, and more fascinating adventure? Visit the Museum of Illusions in Split; we offer you an intriguing visual, sensory and educational experience with a handful of new, unexplored illusions.
The Museum of Illusions in Split provides you with a space suitable both for social and entertaining tours through the world of illusions, prone to delight all generations. It’s a perfect place to gain new experiences and have fun with friends and family. Not only is it a place for children who love paying it a visit, but it is also a place for parents, grandparents and couples.
Tourist board of Okrug
OKRUG – MEDITERRANEAN LIGHTNESS OF BEING!
With its 2670 hours of sunshine per year, seawater quality that earned recognitions of excellence, and typical Dalmatian scenery with olive groves and dry-stone walls, the town of Okrug on the southwestern side of the Čiovo Island invites us to enjoy a relaxed everyday life with a hint of Mediterranean flair. Explore attractive cycling and hiking routes, intriguing underwater walls with an abundance of flora and fauna, and make sure to visit the local Toć beach, also known as the Okrug Copacabana for its resemblance to a famous double! Treat your palate to a Dalmatian peka, pašticada and Trogir rafioli, and reward your senses with a sightseeing tour of the nearby attractions – don’t miss out on UNESCO’s gems, Trogir and Split! Choose your stay at the carefully furnished designer apartments or one of the well-equipped camps, and indulge in the Mediterranean lightness of being!
Wine Cellar & Wine tasting
The exceptional ambience of an elegant a la carte Olive Tree restaurant, you can go on a gastronomic journey through the magical offer of local Dalmatian specialties, and provide your palate with superb moments of hedonism.
The breathtaking Mediterranean world will spoil all your senses on Dalmatian music theme nights that the restaurant twice a week / 01.04 30.09. / Enjoy the most delicious specialties prepared according to traditional Dalmatian-Mediterranean recipes will be followed the sound of mandolins, guitars and traditional Dalmatian tracks- Klape .
We can, upon request, provide and prepare the special dishes such as Dalmatian fish and meat lid, stew or Dalmatian pašticada, and organize formal lunches and dinners up to 80 people.
Would you like to relax and enjoy our cuisine and rich wine list and a map of traditional spirits, liqueurs and aperitifs produced in a completely traditional way under the watchful eye of family Perkovic, we offer a completely free shuttle service to and from the Olive Tree Restaurant.
Our cuisine completes the liquid gold of the Mediterranean - Extra virgin olive oil - Torkul and magnificent oil map.
Tourist board of Omiš
Omiš is the tourist centre of a 35 km long Riviera of outstanding beauty. Numerous monuments from its past are the witnesses of its history, long and glorious; besides these one can find nowadays an interesting and colourful market place, a large number of small restaurants, coffee shops, bistros, various shops including duty free ones and fashionable boutiques. All these will make your stay pleasant and fulfilled.
Very good communications with the nearby Split and beautiful natural beaches of this part of the Riviera have enabled the development of tourist trade whose traces are to be seen even before the World War II. A number of small fishermen's villages along the Riviera have had a long tourist tradition and culture.
The Cetina River and its magnificent canyon are cut into the picturesque mountainous massif in the very background of the town. On its way to the sea the river has created numerous long sandy beaches which are characteristics of this part of the coast and make it one of the most beautiful, unusual and incomparable.
Pantan resort - Sinergy of nature and history.
If you are a nature lover and enjoy long walks, explorer of Croatian cultural heritage, you are in search of traditional Croatian cuisine or maybe you are looking for an accommodation in a peaceful enviroment of untouched flora and fauna. You can enjoy excursions, boat rides or photo safari . With those with business interests we offer a broad selection of services - seminar oranisation, teambuilding, real estate consultations, investing etc.
Also we offer a special service of renting Pantan Resort for film and video productions.
Passarola restaurant Hvar
MOST POWERFUL EXPERIENCE OF DALMATIAN CUISINE FULFILLED WITH AMAZING LOCATION IN CENTER OF CITY HVAR
Discover the amazing restaurant Passarola and fulfill your senses with all the wonders you can imagine, excellent cuisine complemented with supreme wines, served by friendly staff in a beautiful ambience of Passarola, often with live music, gives you a rare opportunity to supreme culinary experience and build memories for a lifetime. Don’t miss the pleasure!
Tourist board of Podgora
Throughout its long history, all the way since antiquity until the very present day, life in Podgora went on with the sea and for the sea, without ever questioning the unigque harmony resulting from its inherent differences: from the beautiful mountain still keeping the secrets of ancient hamlets, through terraced vineyards, olive-groves and pastures that have been a pledge of Podgora¨s culture and well-being for centuries, all the way to the high seas attracting generations of its inhabitants, famous seamen and fishermen.The challenge of the sea has left a strong mark on the temperament of Podgora s people, as well as become incorporated into its architecture.
Tourist board of Podstrana
Podstrana is an interesting touristic place located just 8 km away from Split which apart from its rich cultural inheritance, olives, wine and peaches, is known for its friendly inhabitants, good cuisine, 9 km of beautiful beaches making it one of the most attractive touristic destinations.
According to the earliest historical sources, the first known Podstrana inhabitants were the Illyrians, pertaining to the Illyrian tribe Dalmatae. At the end of the 1st century B. C., at this picturesque place, the Romans established the oldest village under the name of Pituntium, today called Podstrana.
The original area of Podstrana is Stara Podstrana (the old Podstrana- Ethno-Eco Village), a longitudinal group of centuries-old houses situated below the steep rocks of Vršina with the spirit of the past pulsating throughout their courtyards and lanes. The life of Podstrana poured down to the coastal area where today the urbanized settlements of Strožanac, Grljevac, St Martin and Mutogras string up.
The renewed summer residence Cindro discovers the beauty and harmony of the stony facades rising above the century-old carefully looked after garden.
Zlatan Otok - Restaurant Bilo Idro - Sveta Nedjelja, island Hvar, Dalmatia
The freshest seafood which is caught daily by local fishermen and directly delivered to the restaurant. The restaurant has a sea pool with live lobsters that are chosen by the guest and made by the finest Dalmatian recipes. Optional: meat dishes, salads, desserts.
- wines Zlatan Otok
- wine with food,
- wine tasting,
- wine sale.
Within the restaurant Bilo idro there is a unique underwater wine cellar with the archive wines, and where the tasting of wine overlooking the sea bottom can be appointed.
Season:15th of May -15th of October
Working hours:every day from 9:00 am to 1:00 am
+ 385 (0)21 745 703
+ 385 (0)91 572 8948 (Mrs. Antonia Buratović)
+ 385 (0)91 321 0022 (Mr. Nikola Plenković)
In a time of French rule, Split, Dalmatia and wider (1806th-1813th) specific command (white) through his delegates, General Marmont is determined by saloons and taverns can continue to work. Among those who were allowed to work and we find our ancestors: Catherine Viđak - inn, and Lawrence Viđak, DUJA - Inn, founded in 1799th.
Rod Viđakovi 'is old, Fetiva and popular rod and continuous series of lives in this ancient city, but about 400 years ago. Taverns in Viđakovi 'continues the tradition of hospitality race Viđakovi' and wish you a pleasant stay in our taverns. Let out the sweetness.
Tourist board of Seget
Seget is almost connected to Trogir which extraordinary cultural heritage must be seen once you are here. Various accommodation facilities (hotels, campsites, rooms and apartments), rich offer of wholesome food (fruits and vegetables), particularly traditional specialties from the hinterland (lamb) as well as sea food and fresh fish, many sport and recreational possibilities, especially watersport facilities, and night fishing make Seget and its surrounding a great tourist resort that meets requirements of every kind of tourists. The cultural and historical offer of Trogir or Split, with the highest quality repertoire, can quench thirst of even the most selective visitors.
Tourist board of Solin
Besides its rich cultural heritage, past and present of Solin, happy town by river Jadro and youngest town in Croatia is marked with visit of Pope John Paul II to St.Mary Island in 1998., but also with endangered endemic trout subspecie Softmouth trout, Swamp cypress as natural monument, The old mill Gašpina mlinica from 18th century, river Jadro „our Croatian Jordan" and New Antiquities Stone park and more...
Being the cradle of Croatian history, Solin is a town of rich historical heritage which also offers plenty of cultural events organized by various cultural associations and institutions. If you have already seen the town attractions and would like to fill your time with culture, we suggest that you visit our well-equipped library, interesting exhibitions, Tusculum Museum or to learn more about the ancient souvenir workshop...