How to Spend Your Best Vacation in Split, Croatia


Are you in love with travelling and discovering new places? If you are, then your next destination unquestionably should be Split – a charming Mediterranean town in Southern Croatia, which is one of the most popular places to visit.  It is on the UNESCO’s World Heritage list and it will leave you speechless.

One of the reasons why you should visit it is because it has very affordable and attractive offers. You can choose between excellent gastronomy, adventure, party, historical and sports well-organized tours. Moreover, Split is well known for its impressive architecture and luxury villas. That is the main reason why a lot of foreigners want to rent or to buy luxury villas and resorts.

You will not be bored at any time in this city because there you have a lot of things to do and to see. One thing is sure – it should be on your “to visit” list!

To fall in love with this city, we made “to do” list for you. First – Diocletian’s palace!

Diocletian’s Palace

While in Split, one of the first destinations unquestionably should be Diocletian’s Palace in which you can be part of the 2,700 years old Romanian empire. In the walls of the palace is a Cathedral of Saint Dominus. From its tower, you can see all town, nearby islands and Peristil square. You can walk through the streets, and you can take a seat and have a coffee inside it, as well. This old town of Split is locals’ favorite part of the city, so don’t be surprised if some of them kindly salute you and ask for a drink or even more, to share a table with you.


After visiting Diocletian’s Palace, take a walk on the Riva, the main promenade in the city. At the west end of it, there is Matejuska where you will have a magnificent sea view and Port of Split. It’s a station for boaters who like the sense of elegance and luxury which you can also feel in this gorgeous town.

The Gregory of Nin Statue

Visiting the Gregory of Nin statue had always been the symbol of hope and prosperity. According to legend, if you make a wish and touch his golden finger, your dream will come true.


We also recommend going on some of the beautiful, natural beaches. You can choose between secluded ones and those where you can have fun and play “Picigin” with your friends, for example, Bacvice beach. If you haven’t heard for Picigin, it’s the most popular and traditional water-ball game from Split. Furthermore, Bacvice is one of the most popular beaches in Croatia.

Marjan Hill

On your “to visit” list should be Marjan Hill, where is one of the most beautiful viewpoints in Europe. There you can take a walk, ride a bike, run, do yoga, have some drink or meal, make a “selfie” etc. You will be delighted and have the best profile picture on your social media for sure!


This amazing Dalmatian peninsula is located right next to the clear blue Adriatic Sea and has a stunning view on the islands of Brac, Solta, Hvar. The connectivity between the city and the islands is excellent, so you can visit it all in a short time. Islands are a lovely destination for fabulous and unforgettable vacations. The best option is to rent villa in Split and from there take one-day or half-day trips.

Villas in Split, Croatia

Some of the most beautiful villas in Croatia are in Split. Villa holidays are a perfect choice if you want privacy, relaxation and complete freedom. Staying in a villa in Split is, also, right solution if you want to visit islands, parks of nature and coastal towns. Split has excellent connections to all of them. If you rent a villa with a private pool or buy a house in Croatia, you will not make a mistake!

Dalmatian Food

Local people enjoy delicious meals so you will see a lot of restaurants with great menus. Don’t go back home if you haven’t tried Dalmatian prosciutto, vine, fish dishes and at least some of other local specialties like soparnik, pasticada, peka, rozata etc.

There is much more to do and to see. But, if you are taking the usual one-week holiday, you will have to go again. And we guarantee you will want to come back!

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