Vila Anka

Vinodolska 13, Split, 21000, Croatia
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Shopping for gourmet food in Split

by amelaor

Can you plese advise me where to do my food shopping in Split. I am intrested in gourment food and would like to find some speciality shops that sells this kind of goods.
Mnay thanks

Re: Shopping for gourmet food in Split

by mich30

Only thing I can think of is the main market for veggies and fruit (you can find almost anything there). As for spices and exotic ingredients, you'll have to go to the large supermarkets (Billy, Kaufland or Lidl in the city or Mercator and Ipercoop in the suburbs).

Travel Tips for Split


by diocletianvs

The story goes like this: There was a rich American tourist staying in town. Whenever he would look through his hotel room there was a young men with a fish-hook sitting under the palm tree, fishing. You could see there weren’t many fish there. One day American decided to ask him why he wouldn’t try some other place for fishing:

- Why would I go away from my house? And my palm tree? – asked the guy
- Well, I bet you would find there are more fish there, outside this bay. You could catch more.
- Why would I do that?
- Well, you could catch more – not only for yourself, but you could also sell it on the market!
- And why would I do that?
- Well, one day you could buy a small boat and go to the sea where you could catch more fish.
- And why would I do that?
- Well, you could sell it on the market. And you could get a loan. Buy a real fishing boat and real nets. Catch a lot of fish.
- And why would I do that?
- Well, you could finally buy a whole fleet of fishing boats. Make a business of it.
- And why would I do that?
- Well – you could soon become rich. So rich, you could go to a deserted place and do nothing – just sit and rest the whole day!
- Well, that’s what I’m doing right now!

This is the concept of fjaka, which is the concept of life in Split. The concept of fjaka tells you not to do anything that is not necessary, take a lot of rest under the palm trees or in numerous cafes. Whatever you do, make sure to stop at noon to take real lunch. And take a short nap after the lunch. If anyone asks you to do anything, you’re free to say: “malo san fjakast” (I’m a little bit caught by fjaka), and this is enough reason to continue with resting.

(Note that some people you deal with in tourist offices, hotels or restaurants are not being rude to you nor especially slow as you might think at the first place. They are just living according to the concept of fjaka.

Funky architecture


Just strolling down one of the narrow streets I found this funky staircase. What I like about Dalmatian architecure is the material from which the buildings are made of - white stone. The most appreciated stone is BRACKI KAMEN, looks like white marmor and I believe that story goes that even the WHITE HOUSE USA has some of the Brac stone it it!

Its cool!

Jadrolinija ferry

by travelmad478

We arrived in Split via the car ferry from Vela Luka, Korcula. This ferry also calls at Hvar en route. The terminal is located right smack in the middle of town, within walking distance of Diocletian's Palace. Since we had the car with us, we needed to find a place to put it. There's a large pay parking lot right in between the ferry harbor and the waterfront promenade (Obala hrvatskog naradnog preporoda). Arriving around 11 AM, we got one of the last available spots, and left the car there all day.

The easiest way is by...

by croisbeauty

The easiest way to reach the town of Split is by airplaine. Also, you can reach it by train, bus, ferry-boat, car...
The port of Split is the main ferry connection to the nearby Dalmatian's islands and across the sea to Ancona and Pescara in Italy. It is, however, usualy overcrowded by cars and passegers in the high summer season. If traveling to the islands at that time be patience, the same happens in whole the Mediterranean area.

Grgur Ninski Staue

by Schnecki

This is a bronze statue of Grgur Ninski who was a bishop of Nin in 10th century.The statue can be found just outside of Golden Gate and it was made by Ivan Mestrovic , famous Croatian sculptor.Grgur Ninski was honoured by Croatians because he fought for Croatian people's right to use ther own language in liturgic service instead of Latin.It is a well known local custom to rub his toe and make a wish every time you walk past. Believe it or not , just do it , you never know........your wish may come true


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