Head to Split in Croatia for an incredible break. The city lies on the beautiful Dalmatian coast.

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5 good reasons to go to Split

Enjoy the stunning beaches
Enjoy the stunning beaches
The Dalmatian Coast is known for its stunning beaches. So let’s take some time to laze around on the beach! Bacvice, Bene, Firule beaches (and more) are ideal for families. Do you prefer quiet beaches? There are several just outside Split. Why not try a game of picigin? It’s a popular Croatian ballgame played on the beach.
Go island hopping
Go island hopping
From the top of Marjan Hill, you can see several islands off the coast of Split. Take a trip to Brač, Hvar, Solta, Vis or Korčula. The opportunity is too good to pass up! These little paradise islands are just a few minutes away by boat. Stunning beaches and other local attractions are dotted around the islands.
Split is the jewel in Croatia’s crown
Split is the jewel in Croatia’s crown
You must visit the ancient city of Split. The Diocletian Roman Palace has to be one of the most beautiful sights in Dalmatia. But the town squares, churches, Riva harbour and waterfront promenades also contribute to Split’s undeniable charm. If you love art and history, then head to the Archaeological Museum and Ivan Meštrović Gallery.
An artistic, lively city
An artistic, lively city
There may be lots of historical attractions in Split, but the city has plenty more ways to entertain visitors. There‘s a diverse range of events throughout the year. At the top of the list: The Ultra Europe Festival (electronic music), Split Summer Festival (theatre, music, art exhibition and more) or even the Split Film Festival.
Sample the local cuisine
Sample the local cuisine
If you fancy trying Croatian food, then head to some of the local taverns and wine cellars. In Split, freshly-caught seafood is cooked in 1001 different ways. On the menu, you’ll find dishes such as fish stew, risotto and fried calamari. Meat-lovers will adore Pašticada, a braised beef dish. And food-lovers in general will fall for the region’s doughnuts and honey cakes.

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Culture and history

Split’s imperial palace

The ancient palace in Split was built around 300 AD and was home to the Roman Emperor, Diocletian. This UNESCO site is an architectural masterpiece and holds many incredible relics of the past. Take a tour of the palace to see the underground cellars, Cathedral of Saint-Domnius (the Mausoleum of Diocletian), the peristyle central square, Temple of Jupiter, Vestibule and superbly preserved Gates.

The medieval town of Trogir

The medieval town of Trogir

There’s a stunning, historic town just 30 km from Split: Trogir. The city walls, gates, churches, residences and palaces are all in a remarkable condition. However, the most beautiful relics of the Middle Ages have to be Cipiko Palace and Kamerlengo Castle. When you visit Trogir, you can also admire the scenic countryside on the journey from Split.

Take a break at Krka National Park

Take a break at Krka National Park

It takes around an hour to drive from Split to Krka National Park. This natural wonder alone is worth the price of a plane ticket! All around this lush, green oasis there are waterfalls, small lakes and caves. There’s also an archaeological site and even a monastery. A day trip to Krka National Park is like a breath of fresh air and is guaranteed to be full of surprises.


Pop to the markets

Pop to the markets

To experience the daily lives of the locals, you need to head to the fish market. The market building is on Marmontova street and was constructed around 1900. Soak up the atmosphere and try some of the seafood. Continue on to Pazar fruit and veg market. It has a real Mediterranean feel about it!

Enjoy a spot of culture at the palace

The cellars at the Diocletian Palace can get very lively. The venue plays host to a number of different cultural events. When you’re in Split, don’t forget to go and watch a show, see an exhibition or attend one of the many events held in this incredible building.


Delicious Dalmatian pašticada

Pašticada is a popular dish in Dalmatia. It’s a type of beef stew that takes hours to make. After the beef has been marinated, it’s lightly fried then stewed with tomatoes, red wine and seasoning. The beef just melts in the mouth. Pašticada is often served with gnocchi or polenta.

Fritules, yummy little doughnuts

Everyone loves fritules! They’re little doughnuts usually made around Christmas time but also for other major celebrations. These sweet treats are made with distilled alcohol such as rum, for example.  Raisins, apple or other fruits are added to the fritule to make them really gooey and tasty.

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1363 km

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25°C (max 31°C)


14°C (max 22°C)


9°C (max 15°C)

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