The location of this hotel/ restaurant was the most impressive aspect. It was right by the sea front! Unfortuantely the food was average. A big portion of mixed grilled meat and chips cost 55kn, but was a little undercooked for our liking. The spaghetti neopalitan was a little bland. This is an excellent position being one of the few bars and restaurants located by the edge of the sea in Kastel Kambalovac. We would recommend this hotel bar for drinks.
Good value and in a great position. Part of the restaurant is on a platform above the sea with great views all around of the island and the bay of Kastel.
Pizza 32kn, Lasagne 39kn.
The lady that served us had limited English, but she was very helpful and friendly. She also gave us complimentary drinks after the meal. (shots). Meal for two with drinks came to 143 kn.
Favorite Dish: The pizza was lovely and was excellent value.
Night life in Kastel Kambelovac in May was very low key. Any bars and restaurants in the area where very quiet. However I would recommend going to this sports bar for a drink. This place does not look much from the outside, but upstairs there is a smart sports bar with great seating, satellite TV with lots of flat screens around the bar, comfortable sofas and an outside terrace, which unfortunately looks out to the main road. The bar itself is nice and is a good place to have a drink and play pool, or catch up with the sport.
Dress Code: Casual wear.
Busess run regularly between Split and Trogir. The bus stop is on the main road walk towards the traffic lights and the stop is just before them. The journey to Split took 40 minutes which I think was due to road works at the time. It was really hot on the bus. No air con and it was packed out both ways with local people traveling to and from Split. We had to stand all the way there. The price of tickets was 16kn each way per person.
Favorite thing: The brothers Cambi from Split built in 1517 a deterrent castle on a small rock in the sea in order to protect themselves and the inhabitants from the nearby villages Lazani and Krusevik, situated below the Kozjak mountain. There were numerous smaller fortifications, but the best preserved one is this castle with a specific cylindrical form which eased the defenders' activities. In its vicinity there is also th preserved village gate.