The seaside city of Split is a sensational sight to see for visitors to Croatia. Built on the waterfront and flanked by mountains, the city’s history stretches all the way back to the Greek empire, something reflected in its architecture.
Visitors will want to explore architectural marvels like Diocletian’s Palace – the central part of the city with Roman history and filled with life and things to do. The Cathedral of St Domnius is a white-stone monument, built more than 800 years ago.
Of course, travellers needn’t stay on solid ground for the duration of their visit; no trip to Split is complete without sailing along Croatia’s famous blue waters. This experience is available in a multitude of ways, from yachts to ferries. For those who’d prefer to take a dip, there’s Bačvice, a thriving beach that’s perfect for sun bathing, swimming and general summer fun.