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Classed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site and the largest city on Croatia’s stunning Adriatic coast, Split is packed with evidence of its fascinating past including a stunning Roman palace, maze of streets and alleyways, ancient buildings and historic ruins. Split’s beauty is undeniable so the city is perfect for a romantic getaway by the sea.

Known for

  • Historic Old Town - Get lost in the picturesque, narrow streets of the city’s extraordinary Old Town where you will also find the renowned Diocletian’s Palace.
  • Dalmatian Islands - These fabulous islands not far from Split are perfect to fully take advantage of the stunning beaches and crystal-clear-seas found here.
  • Beautiful Backdrop - Boasting a superb landscape from its dramatic coastal mountains to its pretty harbour to the turquoise waters of the Adriatic, Split is a true Croatian beauty.
  • Krka National Park - A little over an hour outside of Split, this superb National Park is a green wonderland where you can visit the renowned Krka waterfalls.

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When you travel to Split, it is the picturesque Old Town that will capture your heart with its winding streets, cute restaurants and small museums. The gem of the Old Town is the Diocletian’s Palace, one of the world’s most preserved Roman palaces whose four entrance gates still remain and the central square comes alive at night with tourists, locals and often live music.

Rivalling Split for its beauty, closeby are the magnificent Dalmatian Islands, perfect for a day trip or to do a spot of island hopping. One of the most beloved and picturesque of these islands is Hvar and its historic Hvar Town which offers visitors secluded coves, an upmarket harbour and a vibrant, chic nightlife. If you would prefer, why not enjoy the local produce of wine and seafood on the romantic island of Vis or the great windsurfing conditions of Bol on the island of Brac.

Back within Split, a climb up the Marjan Hill is well worth the effort for the phenomenal views over the city and out across the Adriatic coast. Be sure to head back down to the beautiful harbour to relax on one of its beaches and watch the boats arrive or eat in one of the restaurants or cafes that line the waterfront. By the harbour, you can grab a bus up to the mesmerizing Krka National Park or to one of Croatia’s other stunning coastal cities including Dubrovnik or Zadar.

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