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If you’re island hopping your way down the Dalmatian coast, Split is likely on your itinerary. It’s a jumping off point for some of Croatia’s most popular islands including Hvar, Korcula and Brac, but you’d be missing out if you treat this city as just a transit point. World Heritage-listed Diocletian’s Palace is just one of the drawcards: the ruins of this massive fourth century palace cover over three hectares and you’ll still find homes, restaurants and shops within its walls today.
A highlight of any visit to this region is the wonderful fresh seafood – be sure to include a visit to Split’s fish market if you want to try the best in local specialities, including everything from sardines to lobsters. Then head to the Riva or waterfront promenade area – great views and the perfect place for people-watching.
Jet off on a thrilling speedboat ride to the lagoon, a secluded tropical paradise, kick back on deck, swim or snorkel before continuing to Trogir for a glimpse of its UNESCO World heritage-listed Old Town.
Take a tour to the Peljesac Peninsular, a land mass crammed with history, culture and plenty of wine and food. Stop in Ston to see the Great Wall of Croatia, the old salt factory and sample the famous oysters and mussels.
Journey to the coastal town of Sibenik. View the sacred site, the Cathedral of St James, and continue along the Riviera to Krka River, a National Park that forms 17 picturesque waterfalls. Wander round, take photos and enjoy the beautiful environment.
Enjoy freedom and flexibility of island hopping, staying as long as you like on Hvar known for its lavender fields and vineyards and Brac covered with olive groves and vineyard.
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