Krka lakes&waterfalls NP


Spend half a day wandering amid emerald lakes and crashing waterfalls of Krka National Park from Split. You will enjoy walking wooden boardwalk, soaking up panoramic views of the park’s 17 falls and tranquil lakes. Get up close to Skradinski Buk, Krka’s largest cascade, and make the most of free time to swim in its lower lake or to explore the charming mill cottages.

Klis the fortress


The hill of Klis make connection between two mountains Mosor and Kozjak and makes port towards Dalmatia and Split.The fortress is symbol of resistance towards Ottomans.It is very well preserved and with the spectacular view over
Ditance from Split is 15 km.

Omiš & Cetina canyon

Only 25 km from Split You can enjoy hospitality of Omiš, the small town that ones was home to the pirates.It is perfectly located on the estuary of the Cetina river. With the most beautiful canyon and scenic views, this place is a must destination for all nature and active holidays lovers.
Omiš offer zipline adventures, hiking and trekking tours, rafting, kayaking, canyoning, scuba diving, free climbing, windsurfing…Walking the Theme trails You will pass by picturesque villages where you can stop to taste real traditional dishes of wich some represent a special culinary delight as soparnik that is today one of the rare dishes included on the official list of Croatian Intangible Cultural Heritage.

Marjan hill

For a large European city , Split is blessed by nature. The Adriatic glistens in front of the city and to the right is Marjan, a divine green hill which is not only the lungs of the city, but also home to some amazing heritage . Possinilities of recreation are endless- both for mind and body (hiking,cycling,jogging,climbing forest paths plus some spectacular views as a bonus. On the other hand, marjan was always a city’s spiritualsanctuary with its miniature centuries old churches.

It is rare to find such a city with almost 20 kilometers of swimmable coast and clean sea. Choose between sandy Bačvice beach and almost deserted corners around Marjan hill. There is something for every taste- even if you prefer nude bathing. It is surrounded by more daring mountains like Mosor and Kozjak where you can find some interesting cycling routes, mostly going inland.

Bol / Zlatni rat beach


Bol is the oldest coastal settlement on Brač. It exists in the solitude of the southern landscape, at the foot of the Bol crown and Vidova Mountain- both the highest peak of the island and of all Adriatic islands (778 m). To the west from Bol lies the beach Zlatni rat (Golden Horn) one of the largest and most beautiful attractions of the Adriatic. Like a small tongue it extends nearly half a kilometre into the clear blue sea.

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