Split

Split is the largest city and the administrative center of Split-Dalmatia County and the second largest city in Croatia. It is located on the peninsula of Split, with oldest nucleus at the foot of Marijan, surrounded by Dalmatian islands of Brac, Hvar, Solta and Ciovo.

Split through many years emerged with many of the surrounding towns and cities that later became independent, and today they are very attractive locations when it comes to selling and buying real estate. Thiese are Kastela, Seget, Dugopolje and many other towns and municipalities.


Sights

The emergence of the city of Split is associated with the construction of the Palace, which is next to the cellars of the Palace, Pesristil,

St Dujam's cathedrale, Prokurative and the Temple of Jupiter one of the most important sights. Since 1979, Diocletian's Palace is
under UNESCO protection.


Interests

When we talk about associations for the city of Split, surely we first mention the Split waterfront or Splitska Riva, which brings togethermany local residents and tourists in an interesting ritual -drinking coffee. In addition to hanging out on the waterfront, it is mandatory for tourists and guests to stop by a statue of bishop Grgur Ninski who will, according to legend, if you touch his thumb, make your wishes come true.