Split Off The Beaten Path

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Most Viewed Off The Beaten Path in Split

  • 1. Trogir

    This island town is only 20 miles form Split and a nice visits for one day. There are sites to take in such as CAthedral of St. Lovre and bell tower, museum(but it was closed and has been for 2...

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  • 2. Solin

    This was the main living center for the Illyrian Delmaeti tribe and in the Greeks used it for trading over many centuries in BC. The Romans continued that trading commerce that covered much of the...

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  • 3. Marjan Hill

    Address: Poljana k. Trpimira 3 at the Marijan Hill Opening hours: Mon-Fri : 9 a.m. - 2.30p.m. Sat- 9 a.m.-1p.m The museum is closed on Sundays, but the ZOO is opened. This is a little ZOO, better...

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  • 4. Poljud (area and stadium)

    Opposite the Poljud football stadium you will find lots of giant blocks of flats that date back to socialist Yugoslavia. There are hardly any shops there and the buildings are pretty depressing. We...

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  • 5. Kastela

    Kastel Gomilica is practicaly the suburb of Split, along with other six places starting with initial name of Kastel (castle). Sedam Kaštela, the Seven Castles, are located on the north seashore of...

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  • 6. Otok Brac

    BOL - The beaches on Brac have something special, particularly the Zlatni Rat beach -- their gravel promontory shifts from side to side as the wind and waves constantly change their shapes. There are...

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  • 7. Otok Hvar

    This is one of the many islands that lie outside Split, it's a beautiful place. With beautiful scenery, nature, views, buildings, and so much more. It is worth to visit! Lived here for 2 weeks and it...

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  • 8. Otok Vis & Bisevo

    Medvidina cave on the island of Biševo, not far from Komiža, is very interesting geomorphologically. Its entrance on the sea surface is relatively large-sized but these dimensions gradually decrease...

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  • 9. Omis / river Cetina

    The canyon of the Cetina River stretches from the mouth near the town of Omis and 10 kilometers upstream. The canyon is one of the most remarkable geomorphological phenomena which was formed by the...

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  • 10. Peškarija( fish market)

    This is an interesting sight for the casual passerby. Everything that the Adriatic Sea has to offer can be found here: all types of small fish to scarp and...

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  • 11. Hidden away

    Hidden inside the Golden Gate of Split's Roman walls, the tiny church of St Martin occupies what was once a passage in the guardroom over the gate. Less than 2...

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  • 12. Eagles of the 9th

    It's a real shame but, for all the visitors it gets, Split's Archeological Museum does rate as 'Off the Beaten Path". The museum is truly excellent. It's worth...

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  • 13. Primosten-An island village of the Hill

    Wonderful scenery of this old Medieval village is the reason to come here. WE did not have time to stop, but got a couple of pictures of the long range view and...

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  • 14. Grgur Ninski/Gregory of Nin

    Gregory of Nin was a 10th-century bishop who strongly opposed the Pope and official circles of the Church and introduced the Croatian language in the religious...

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  • 15. Klis Castle Fortress

    The fortress dates yack to the Illyrian DAlmatae tribe that used the hill for defense back in BC times. It was one of the most important strongholds from 2nd...

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  • 16. Veli Varoš

    Lying between the ancient Roman heart of Split and and the wooded slopes of the Marjan Peninsula just to the west of the city, the higgeldy-piggeldy streets of...

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  • 17. Mountain stronghold

    Just 9 kilometres inland from Split, the mountain top fortress at Klis stands guard over the pass between Mosor and Kozjak mountains. Nowadays the fortress is a...

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  • 18. Zenta

    That's a lovely Marina in the eastern part of Split, surrounded by some hotels. A sunken sailing ship half emerges from the sea in one corner of the harbour...

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  • 19. ALLEY STREETS

    Some of them are so narrow that you have to wait and pass up to others...in the center town beneath the bell tower and the forum area there is the touristic...

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  • 20. walk outside the tourist center

    After some museums, cafes and pizzerias, you might want to a change of pace. I went exploring in the south east par to the city - walking down past the Bacvice...

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  • 21. Split beaches and Nightlife

    Away from the centre you will find Split beaches. The beaches have bars/ cafes for refreshments in case you get a little hot. There is also a strip of bars not...

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  • 22. Mestrovic Gallery

    This is the Summer resudence of Ivan Mestrovic, the greatest Croatian artist of XX century and arguably the only world-famous one. It contains about a 100...

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  • 23. Cleanest Public Toilet

    When you are tired from sightseeing and shopping and have to go to the loo, o man it can be a real hassle to find a loo. Well, when you get to be in Split,...

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  • 24. 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...

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  • 25. Cave Vranjaca

    Vranjaca Cave near the village of Kotlenica in the hinterland of Split, was discovered in 1903. It is probably the most beautiful cave in Central Dalmatia,...

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