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Must see attractions in Split, Dalmatia

Let us guide you to the most interesting attractions in Split and Dalmatia. Explore top attractions in Split and Dalmatia with us.

SOLIN – MALA GOSPA – 08.09.2016.

8 of the September is a great time to visit Solin. While the celebration of the SOLIN TOWN DAY includes entertainment, sports events and a traditional fair, this day is also known as the feast of the Nativity of the Blessed Virgin Mary (MALA GOSPA). Visit Solin and enjoy a relaxing walk along the river, try some of the culinary delights, or just treat yourself with something from the fair, ... Did we mention that there is a big entertainment park for kids only two minutes away on foot? With many religious events held during th...

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Klis – One day trip to Klis Fortress

Klis is a small village located around a famous mountain fortress ("Kliška tvrđava") only 9 km from the town of Split (and just a few km more from our camp site). Throughout the history Klis played a significant role due to its position (at the altitude of 360m) which made it easy to guard the access to Split, Salona and surrounding areas. Klis is a must see one day trip destination. If not for its rich history, famous fortress from Game of Thrones scenery, you should visit Klis for its breathtak...

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Stobreč, small place with special charm

Stobreč, our dear host with rich history and special charm is located on a peninsula only 7km from Split (Stobreč administratively belongs to the town of Split). Stobreč was first mentioned 300 years before Christ, when Greek colonists founded Epetion. Not so many people know that the sarcophagus of Lucius Artorius Castus (a Roman prefect thought to possibly be one of the inspirations for some of the legends of King Arthur) was discovered in Stobreč. With lot of pine woods and great beaches St...

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Hvar trip – discover the island of Hvar

Two hours by ferry from Split and there it is, the famous island of Hvar surrounded by the islands of Brač, Vis and Korčula. With almost 68 km of length, it is one of the biggest islands on the Adriatic. Known for its rich history, culture, beautiful nature, crystal clear sea and over 2700 sunny hours per year, Hvar is an ideal summer destination on the Adriatic. You can experience a part of the island charm by taking a one day trip, but ideally you should visit Hvar for a few days. Numerous celebr...

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One day trip to Trogir

Trogir is a remarkable old Dalmatian historic town situated on a small island that is connected by two bridges with the mainland and the island of Čiovo. With more than 2300 years of continuous urban tradition, Trogir is a small unique town that was included in the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites in 1997. With only few km away from Split Airport and the town of Split, Trogir is a great choice for one day trip.   Why visit Trogir? Known for its rich histor...

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Trip to island of Vis and Blue Cave

How to describe island of VIS? Probably the best way to describe Vis is to say that the the whole island kind of lives in a slow motion, and you can really experience this great vibe as soon as you step on the island.   STINIVA and other interesting beaches Did you know that STINIVA BEACH on the island of VIS was voted as the best beach in Europe in 2016 by more than 10,000 travellers? To experien...

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