Split

Split region has a specialty when it comes to natural beauties and historical stories. The towns in Split region were built along the coast, but also in the hinterland as fortresses protecting the homeland throughout the history.

Here you can find shallow waters and the open sea, wild rapids and peaceful river beds, the most beautiful Mediterranean islands alongside rough cliffs with endemic species in the middle of the open sea, deep lakes and the still unexplored richness of the underground caves.

When, in the year 305, the Roman Emperor Diocletian, who ruled the entire world at that time, decided to build his palace - he had no doubt as to exactly where to build it.

Culture, entertainment, gastronomic variety, opportunities for active recreation and numerous excursions to its surroundings. Split region will forever remain in your memory, as a place that you will always return to with joy.

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  • The city of Hvar is a unique fusion of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich cultural and historical heritage, and mundane, tourist present. It is situated in picturesque nature, facing the southern, side of the world that has given it all Mediterranean attraction and cheerfulness; facing sea, that gave it splendid and
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  • Supetar is really the right place for an ideal holiday…a charming sun in the front of which the blue strand unwinds like a ingenous innocence of a girl….and in the evening, a deep peace…in the heart of that poor soil and ungrateful stone, there is a moment of a high
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  • Solta Island is located near Split, only nine nautical miles, and with eight connections per day in season became practically a suburb of Split. Visit us if you are close to - instead of eternal traffic jams on roads leading out of the city to the crowded beaches, hop on the
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  • Hotel Croatia is located in the city of Hvar at the so-called island, only about ten minutes walk from the old city centre and city port. It is situated by the sea in the beautiful park of pine trees at one of the most beautiful locations of the city of
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  • The Museum of Senses in Split is a museum dedicated to exploring our main senses - sight, hearing, smell, touch and balance. It’s a place where your senses will experience a sensational new adventure!Solve puzzles using your sense of smell! Use your fingertips to solve a mystery. Touch the light to
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  • CAMPING ROŽAC is located on the Riviera of Trogir, Central Dalmatia, Split region. For just 20 min. foot, 10 min. by bus or boat can take you to the beautiful UNESCO town of Trogir and feel the ancient spirit of the Mediterranean. The unique scenery, beautiful beaches and beautiful bays
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  • Trogir is also known as ''little Venice'' as it is situated on the islet that is connected to the mainland and Ciovo with two bridges. This is a typical Dalmatian small town often referred to as one big museum due to its rich cultural heritage including medieval buildings and monuments
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  • 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
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  • SPLIT-BRAČ (MILNA)-HVAR CITY-KORČULA(OLD TOWN)-MLJET(POMENA)-DUBROVNIK, SPLIT-BRAČ (MILNA) –HVAR CITY-VIS
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  • 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
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