Split is the second most populated city in Croatia, it is ideally placed in the center of the Adriatic coast. She is influenced by various civilizations, whether the Romans, Venetians, the Austrians, the French or the Yugoslavs. The city has undergone in turn the influence of these peoples which therefore gives this city its unique character. This city in the atypical architecture has been declared World Heritage by UNESCO, particularly through monuments such as the ruins of the Diocletian palace whose construction spanned from the late third century and the beginning of the fourth century.
But this city is full of monuments and architectural works beside which no one has to go. Thus the various Romanesque churches of the twelfth and thirteenth century, the medieval cathedral built from the ruins of the ancient mausoleum, the fortifications of the city dating from the medieval period or the various palaces Gothic, Renaissance and Baroque. Get lost in the old city and enjoy discovering ever more impressive monuments on street corners. Take a walk in the evening at the discretion of the streets and blind alleys, enjoy the atmosphere of the city that can only be described as fantastic.
Split is strategically located at the center of the country which makes the sailing an ideal start for a cruise in Croatia. So with a yacht charter in Split you can either navigate to the north and thus towards the Kornati archipelago or sail to the south of Dalmatia and Dubrovnik join sail. Split is considered the Croatian water city par excellence. His fame comes from its four newest marinas, and very well equipped infrastructure, which make the boat rental in Croatia a real pleasure.
Lovers of nature and clear waters will not be outdone. Largest port for both military and commercial tourism, Split is one of the landmarks of Croatian tourism and the starting point to the islands of the Dalmatian coast. Transparent waters and pebble beaches each year attract millions of nature lovers, fresh air and relaxation. Creeks two steps from the city offer several lovely beaches, including the center of the beach, Bacvice. Ferries link the city to the various resorts of Dalmatia. After taking advantage of cheap flights to Croatia, you can reach the city center by bus or by bus (the airport is 25 km). While the shuttle, coordinated with the arrival of the aircraft, may take time to leave, the bus is a much more convenient and cheaper option.
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