WHAT TO VISIT
20km, 25 min by car
Trogir it is one of the oldest Mediterranean towns with continuation of existence for 4 thousand years. The main part of Trogir is situated on a small island. One pedestrian and one big stone bridge for motor-vehicles conect it to the island of Čiovo.
Trogir is a unique example of an excellently preserved Romanesque island town. The most significant building is the Trogir Cathedral with its west portal, a masterpiece of Radovan and the most significant example of roman and gothic art in Croatia.
26 km, 30 min by car
Once an island, Primosten has preserved the atmosphere and all the architectural features of a medieval Mediterranean fishing village. The place is dominated by the church of St. George at the highest point of the island at that time, and certainly the Church of Our Lady of Mercy and the Chapel of St. Roch.
Naturally sheltered from the winds, surrounded by scenes of vineyards made of stone honeycombs, at the foot of the hills is the unique Kremik marina on the Adriatic. The scenes of the stone cells of the vineyards of the Babić vineyard on the nearby hillsides are a special experience and a testimony that a man’s hand can ennoble and fertilize even the harshest landscape. On the Raduca peninsula, north of the town, in dense pine forests, there are hotel facilities and baths rich in amenities.
43 km, 45 min by car
Solin is located in Central Dalmatia, 5 kilometers northeast of Split. It is pleasantly positioned on the southern, sunny slopes of Kozjak Mountain (780 m) and the western slopes of Mosor Mountain (1340 m), on an area that extends to Kaštela and Trogir, Podstrana, Omiš and Split. The area of Solin includes Solin, Vranjic, Mravince, Kučine and Rupotina.
There are remains which it is presumed was built in the 4th century B.C. and which can still be seen in Solin today. Salona was the port of the Illyrian Delmati tribe, where the Greeks and Romans lived. In the 48th year B.C., Julius Caesar proclaimed Salona as the centre of the Roman province of Dalmatia.
49 km, 60 min by car
The Klis Fortress is a medieval fortress situated above a village bearing the same name, near Split, Croatia.
From its origin as a small stronghold built by the ancient Illyrian tribe Dalmatae, becoming a royal castle that was the seat of many Croatian kings, to its final development as a large fortress during the Ottoman wars in Europe, Klis Fortress has guarded the frontier, being lost and re-conquered several times throughout its more-than-two-thousand-year-long history. A lot of scenes from Game of Thrones are filmed here.
48 km, 55 min by car
Because of its natural, cultural and other resources, it is an ideal holiday destination with abundant tourist resources, an environmentally clean and attractive coastline, numerous beaches and beach resorts, flora and fauna, the attractive coastline and terrain, mild climate.
Roman emperor Diocletian, originating from this region, who started to build his palace in this friendly bay around 293 AD was the first inhabitant of Split. Diocletian’s Palace is a UNESCO World Heritage site and one of most impressive Roman monuments in the world.
Rich past of over 1.700 years left its traces blended in the town everyday life. The mixture of all historic layers makes a part of its originality. Today the big city lives by the silent beats of history, lively temperamental spirit of the young and its particular warm Mediterranean charm.
54 km, 60 min by car
Šibenik is situated in the central part of the Croatian Adriatic Coast, in the picturesque and indented bay of the Krka River. Šibenik is famous for its cultural and historical sites and natural beauties, and boasts two monuments under the protection of UNESCO, the Cathedral of St. James and the St. Nicholas’ fortress. There are even three fortresses in the city: St. Michael’s, Barone and St. John’s; and St. Nicholas’ on the seaside with a beautiful view over the St. Anthony’s Channel and the city of Šibenik.
Krka National park
62 km, 65 min by car
Krka River National Park will thrill you with its natural beauty. Also its fantastic karst formations and travertine waterfalls, history and attractive swimming areas. The Krka River National Park is spacious. Largely unchanged region. Offering its visitor exceptional and multifaceted natural value. The main attraction of Krka National Park lies in its seven waterfalls like a Roški slap, although Skradinski buk is the biggest and most well known. In addition to its natural phenomena this park abounds with cultural and historical monuments. The most outstanding of these is the Franciscan monastery on the tiny island of Visovac, set in the middle of the lake widening in the river like a precious stone.