- On December 6, 2016
- In Destinations
Split is the main urban, economic and cultural center of Dalmatia. About 300,000 transport inhabitants makes this town second biggest in Croatia. Split is Mediterranean city, placed on the Marjan peninsula in the middle of the Adriatic coast. Because of its favourable geographical position Split has a great Mediterranean climate and long, dry and warm summers makes it perfect spot for summer vacation. Winters are short, rainy with average temperature about 13°C and average of 900 mm of rain. Split Croatia is a UNESCO protected city with more than 1700 years history behind it. The average summer temperature in town Split is about 28°C, with at least 13 hours of sunlight (year average of 8 hours).
What Split makes so special is Diocletian’s Palace build by emperor World list heritage sites because of its numerous archaeological, historical and cultural monuments, especially Old town keeps all the attractiveness and history of a modern Mediterranean city and combined with mediterranean climate makes this town perfect spot for your holiday. Famoues Cathedral of St. Duje is located in oldest building in Curope, eperor Diocletian’s mausoleum and with his main court, basements and 4 gates make this town special.
It is also the meeting spot for exploring islands and many other beauties of Croatian Adriatic. Each boat tour, or any other water activite starts from Split Promenade (Riva), or Matejuška (Small Docking place right next to Split Croatia Promenade). Many beautiful beaches make Split Croatia so special, and the best known are Bačvice (sandy beach), Žnjan (rocky beach), Kašjuni – Marjan Hill (rocky beach).
Split Croatia has a extremly rich and cultural summer with entertainment on each corner. During summer time city’s squares and other locations become a large stage under the bright sky. Food enthusiasts can enjoy in delicious meals in many restaurants of which we canrecommend restaurant Boban, tavern Maslina, restaurant Bokeria, restaurant Nevera, tavern Velo misto and restaurant Le Monde.
Split has an excellent road connections with the rest of Dalmatia, Croatia and Europe. The main motorway between Split and Zagreb A1 motorway (called ” Dalmatina”) makes the 400 km (250 mile) journey to 3,5–4 hours of enjoyable car-ride. Each day ferry lines connect Split with Islands, as well with Ancona, and regular flights are available at the Split Airport. Try one of our amazing tours from Split: