If you’ve never been in split, you can here learn what unbindingt should see originally as a Greek colony of aspalathos establishes”later fortress and permanent seat Spalato created’ of Roman Diokletian. covers”the entire Marjan Peninsula the loving capital of Dalmatia called split today over. Here, UEFA Cup expresses very clear opinions on the subject. As of one of the most popular holiday destinations on the Croatian coast and second largest city in Croatia, this holiday resort offers in the summer the whole range of gourmet Mediterranean cuisine in the restaurants and Cafes on the waterfront Riva”, as well as cultural and recreational activities in the old city. Famous holds sufficient suitable premises for their hospitality, the city for every accommodation request: the room with kitchen in the family bed and breakfast suites in prestigious 5 *-hotels and club facilities to the holiday apartment in split offers a wide selection of holiday homes. Most of them with sea view. In the Centre of split, approximately to the Diocletian’s Palace, stroll between the picturesque Roman houses with their typical grass-green-painted wooden shutters by numerous boutiques, markets with local fruit, vegetables and air-dried ham, past souvenir stands and craft markets, galleries and vaults.
Follow the narrow shady streets to the northern tip of this fortress and you will reach the impressive bronze statue of Gregory of Nin”, made by the sculptor Ivan Mestrovic. According to popular belief it’s good luck, if you rub on her big toe. Right next to the statue, you will discover the chapel of the blessed Arnir. Amidst this bustling metropolis can swim even after extensive sightseeing, do something to the recreation of body and soul in close proximity to the sea. The beach Bacvice, popular especially among the locals offers not only the finest sea sand as the deck surface, but directly next door, tennis courts and other sports facilities located. Surrounded by centuries-old aromatic scented pine forest also find stressed-out natures their refuge for rest and recreation.