When you want to have a break from the hectic lifestyle of the city, it is enough to take a little walk and head towards the park forest Marjan where possibilities of recreation are numerous: from hiking, cycling, jogging, climbing forest paths, kayaking and swimming in the forest beaches under the shade of pine trees.
Marjan is a symbol of Split and integral part of the city center that extends from the Marmont Street and continues to the west. In 1964 it was declared a park and since then is considered a protected part of Split.
The hill with it′s forests is the lungs of the city, the most popular place to escape from the city bustling and chaotic pace of life during the high season in July and August.
With over 12 historical monuments and narrow medieval alleys on its eastern slopes it is a home to amazing heritage all the way from the medieval times when Marjan was a city’s spiritual sanctuary.