Explore the island
There are numerous places on the island of Brač worth visiting. The island offers cultural heritage, great dining experiences, hidden villages, rich history and beautiful nature.
Supetar´s location makes it the perfect starting point to explore the nearby islands; it only takes a bit of planning.
What to visit: Visit Hvar, (the party island) ,Vis (the adventure island) or Šolta (raw beauty at its best island).
How to get there: Use the ferry lines to get you to your destination. For the ferry schedule, please click here.
Friendly tip: You might need to spend a night in one of the locations, but it is a good investment. The best way is to go to Split and catch ferries from there.
Split is the biggest city in Dalmatia and it is a connection point to the rest of Europe.
What to visit: As Split is a huge historical monument, here are some recommendations to visit. Diocletian’s palace,built at the turn of the fourth century AD, is a great historical monument that witnesses the power and life of the Roman emperor Diocletian. Ivan Meštrović art gallery - located at the residence of the most famous Croatian sculptor, the gallery displays his art work that sculptures from stone, marble and bronze.
How to get there: You can go to Split and back by ferry lines that run around the clock throughout the season. Once you are on the mainland, everything is walking distance.
Friendly tip: Make it a whole day experience. Look at the sites, enjoy in your holiday, have some good food and wine and do not forget to take your camera!
Where can I get more info: For more information on these and other sites, click here.
Krka waterfalls are one of Croatia´s 8 National parks, located a few kilometers from Šibenik. It offers waterfalls and wildlife at its best.
What to visit: The whole park is worth it! The most visited parts are Skradinski buk and Roški slap (waterfalls) and Visovac Island that is considered to be one of the most important cultural sites in Croatia.
Friendly tip: This is a whole day experience. Consider going there earlier in the morning.
Where can I get more info: For more information on Krka waterfalls, please click here.
Omiš is a small city 21 Km south from Split , and it is a place where the river Cetina and the Adriatic sea meet. This small fisherman village provides beautiful beach coves for those wanting to relax, but also has a lot of activities for those in search for an adrenalin rush.
These are our recommendations:
Rafting on the Cetina river: This is the most popular activity trip in Dalmatia. It lasts for 3 hours and covers hundreds of km´s of unbelievable nature along the Cetina river canyon. The trip usually ends with an amazing lunch at Radmanove Mlinice. Definitely a must do!
How to get there: Getting to Omiš is easy. You can take a car or even public transportation that takes you directly to the center. If you want to drive to Omiš, please click here for driving instructions. If you want to use public transportation, go to the main bus station. Buses to Omiš go every hour.
Friendly tip: Take lots of sunscreen!
Where can I get more info: For more information on Omiš, please click here.
Trogir is a small city and harbor just 27 km outside Split on a small island between the mainland and Island Čiovo. It also has been included on the Unesco list of World heritage site in 1997. Although a small place, it has a rich history and here are a few things to explore:
Kamerlengo fortress: This monumental fortress, once connected to the city walls, was built around the 15th century and it served as a naval base. Today it provides one of the best views of the city Trogir.
Trogir city museum: The museum is located in Garagnin-Fanfogna palace and its collections provide an insightful view of political, cultural and artistic development of the city.
How to get there: Getting to Trogir is easy. You can take a car or even public transportation that takes you directly to the center. If you want to drive, please click here for driving instructions. If you want to use public transportation, go to the main bus station. Buses to Trogir go every hour.
Friendly tip: This is a perfect one day excursion! Have fun in Trogir, look at the sites, go swimming on one of their beaches and explore their restaurants for some real Dalmatian food.
Where can I get more info: For more info, please click here.
Located just 4 hours drive from Split, Dubrovnik is on everybody’s must see list. Dubrovnik joined the UNESCO list of World Heritage Sites and as such it offers its guests a big variety of cultural and architectural site. Here are some recommendations for what to visit.
The city walls: This is one of the most impressive features of Dubrovnik. The city walls are 3 km long and have the spectacular view of the city itself as well as the beautiful Adriatic. Built mainly between the 12th and the 17th centuries, they still stand tall and proud and are a witness to Dubrovnik´s history.
The Rector´s palace: The Rector´s palace was the administrative center of the Dubrovnik Republic as well as the Rectors home during his rule. Now it is one of the most visited sites in Dubrovnik and we highly recommend it.
How to get there: You can go to Dubrovnik by a car from Split or Makarska. For driving instructions to Dubrovnik from Split, please click here. For driving instructions to Dubrovnik from Makarska, please click here.
Friendly tip: Although you can go to Dubrovnik and back in one day, we recommend spending the night in Dubrovnik, to experience the beauty of the city at night.
Where can I get more info: For more info on Dubrovnik and its sites, please click here.