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Even the ruler of the world at the time, emperor Diocletian, knuckled under the sight of crystal sea, hidden bays, dense woods and rugged karst landscapes of the Central Dalmatia.

Historic little towns, beautiful sceneries, authentic cuisine and friendly hosts have helped this region become one of the most interesting tourist destinations worldwide.  The number of islands and the variety of their offer make it a very attractive sailing destination, too.

The old TROGIR, often called a museum town, is situated on a small island between the mainland and the island of Čiovo. It has a rich collection of Romanesque and Renaissance architecture and is a UNESCO world heritage site since 1997.

SPLIT is the second-largest city in Croatia and a great place to experience genuine lifestyle in a UNESCO world heritage site and one of the world's most impressive Roman monuments.

HIGHLIGHTS:

DIOCLETIAN'S PALACE IN SPLIT – the best-preserved Roman building in the world

TROGIR OLD TOWN – the very best that history has to offer

HVAR OLD TOWN - vibrant nightlife amidst the medieval streets

PAKLENI ISLANDS - secluded beaches, deserted coves and sun-drenched hills

THE BLUE CAVE (Biševo island) – breathtaking light effects

ZLATNI RAT (Bol- island of Brač) – well-known windsurfing destination

Nautical Destinations

Explore places of Split region Region

Trogir

TROGIR - is located on a small island between the mainland and the island of Čiovo. It is connected to both sides by bridges. Wealth of historical and cultural monuments, masterpieces, narrow streets and art collections inspires every visitor. Trogir Riviera, well-indented and abundant with small bays, capes, islands enriched with lush Mediterranean vegetation is still preserved in its original form and therefore extremely attractive to boaters.

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Kaštela

KAŠTELA - group of 7 Districts extending over 17 km of coastline on the northern side of the Kaštela bay, between Split and Trogir. Picturesque landscape with fertile land, abundance of sunshine, a pleasant Mediterranean climate and gorgeous colours attract an increasing number of tourists. In Kaštel Gomilica a newly built marina Kaštela is located and has become an important charter base in this short time.

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Split

SPLIT is the largest city in Dalmatia, and the second largest in Croatia. Split fascinates the visitors with hints of history, lively spirit of youth and special Mediterranean, but yet entirely Croatian charm. Because of its location, proximity to the central Dalmatian islands and the extremely rich charter offer, Split is the largest nautical centre of Central Dalmatia.

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Baška Voda

BASKA VODA - a small fishing village located 48 km south of Split, at the foot of a mountain slope. As part of the Makarska Riviera it’s a very popular tourist destination that boasts beautiful pebble and sandy beaches, a multitude of facilities for recreation and a well-kept marina.

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