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What Is Split Known For?

Split is a historic coastal city located in the southern part of Croatia. It is the second-largest city in the country and the largest city in the region of Dalmatia. Split is situated on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and is surrounded by a picturesque landscape of mountains, islands, and crystal- clear waters.

The city’s history dates back to the Roman Empire, and its rich cultural heritage is reflected in its architecture, art, and traditions. The city is home to many ancient landmarks, including the Palace of Diocletian, which was built by the Roman Emperor Diocletian in the 4th century.

Today, Split is a vibrant and dynamic city that attracts visitors from around the world. Its cultural offerings include music, theater, and dance performances, as well as festivals celebrating local food, wine, and crafts. The city's coastal location also makes it a popular destination for water sports, such as swimming, diving, and sailing.

The local cuisine in Split is known for its fresh seafood, olive oil, and wine, and there are many restaurants, cafes, and markets throughout the city where visitors can sample the local specialties.

Overall, Split is a beautiful and fascinating city that offers a unique blend of history, culture, and natural beauty. It is a must-visit destination for anyone traveling to Croatia.

Beaches of Split

Split is a beautiful coastal city in Croatia, and it is home to several stunning beaches that offer crystal-clear waters and breathtaking views. Here are some of the best beaches in Split:

  1. Bacvice Beach: Bacvice Beach is the most popular beach in Split, and it is known for its crystal-clear waters and lively atmosphere. The beach is located near the city center and is easily accessible by public transportation. The beach is also home to several bars, restaurants, and nightclubs.
  2. Kasjuni Beach: Kasjuni Beach is a beautiful pebble beach located in the Marjan Forest Park. The beach is surrounded by lush greenery, and the waters are calm and clear, making it a great spot for swimming and sunbathing. There are also several restaurants and cafes nearby.
  3. Bene Beach: Bene Beach is a family-friendly beach located on the eastern side of Marjan Hill. The beach has crystal-clear waters and is surrounded by pine trees, which provide plenty of shade. There are several restaurants and cafes nearby, as well as playgrounds for children.
  4. Znjan Beach: Znjan Beach is a long stretch of pebble beach located on the eastern side of Split. The beach is ideal for water sports enthusiasts, as there are several activities available, such as windsurfing and jet skiing. The beach is also home to several restaurants and cafes.
  5. Firule Beach: Firule Beach is a popular beach located near Bacvice Beach. The beach has crystal-clear waters and is surrounded by pine trees, which provide plenty of shade. There are also several restaurants and cafes nearby.

These are just a few of the many stunning beaches that Split has to offer. Whether you are looking for a lively atmosphere or a quiet spot to relax, you are sure to find a beach that suits your needs in Split.

How to Get to Split

Split is a popular tourist destination in Croatia, and there are several ways to get there depending on your starting point. Here are some common options:

  1. By plane: Split has an international airport, which is located about 25 kilometers from the city center. There are direct flights to Split from many European cities, including London, Paris, Amsterdam, and Frankfurt. From the airport, you can take a taxi, a bus, or a shuttle to the city center.
  2. By bus: Split is well-connected to other Croatian cities and neighboring countries by bus. There are several daily bus routes from Zagreb, Dubrovnik, Zadar, and other major cities. Buses are generally comfortable and affordable, and they usually arrive at the Split bus station, which is located near the city center.
  3. By train: There is a train station in Split, but the train network in Croatia is not as developed as the bus network. There are several daily trains from Zagreb to Split, but the journey takes around 6-8 hours, and the trains are often slower and less comfortable than buses.
  4. By car: If you are traveling from another part of Croatia or neighboring countries, driving to Split can be a good option. The main highway (A1) connects Split to Zagreb, and there are also goodroads to Dubrovnik, Zadar, and other cities. Keep in mind that during peak season, the roads can be crowded and parking in the city center can be difficult.

Once you arrive in Split, you can explore the city and its surroundings on foot, by bike, by bus, or by taxi.

Holiday Cruise to Split

Although we still don’t count on this service, you can find many ways to travel to Split and enjoy our packages and tours in this beautiful coastal city.

In turn, given its proximity to Zagreb and Dubrovnik, many travelers combine their visit to Split with those destinations. 

Are you looking for a holiday in the sun with a paradisiacal landscape? Would you like to know the most fascinating historical places? Do you want to enjoy excellent cuisine? Then, you have to consider a trip to Split!

The options to build your trip are multiple and you choose how to combine destinations. What are you waiting for to get to know Split?

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What does the Split cruise include?

The cruises include the entrance ticket, snacks and drinks. Each case is different, so you should check this beforehand.

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How long does a Split cruise take?

This will depend on the number of destinations included in the cruise and nights chosen.

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