Superb marina and attractive promenade
Okay, history lesson over
although this fascinating heritage is still in evidence all over the city today in its Roman, Renaissance, Baroque and Gothic buildings, it doesn’t hide the modern hotels, superb marina and attractive promenade that blend perfectly to make holidays in Split a lively mix of old and new. The Diocletian palace is now a UNESCO World Heritage site and an important part Split holidays. Restaurants, cafes and bars serve local cuisine and fine Croatian wines.Nightlife on holidays in Split is usually a lively affair with pop concerts and music festivals, discos and clubs. The museums and art galleries offer a wonderful respite on hot sunny days and an intriguing look at the fascinating history on show here. Once you’ve explored the historic beauty of Split, its time to relax and enjoy the modern side, the warm climate and mild winters offer an excellent chance to relax and unwind on some of Split’s beautiful beaches, with the wonderful Bacvice being right at the heart of the city.
Places to Visit
The Diocletian’s Palace is the most important sight in Split and is a UNESCO World Heritage site and is now a commercial and residential centre
Marjan Forest Park
The park provides a welcome break from the busy city of Split, towering pine trees and walking trails coupled with the Marjan Stairway is the main appeal. At the top of the stairway is access to the vantage point that serves up views of Telegrin and out to sea
Palud Ornithological Reserve
This stunning nature reserve which attracts over 217 species of birds to its swampy area as well as being a habitat to over 50 wild growing orchids.