A Renaissance, Baroque, Romanesque and Gothic dream that sits on Croatia’s coast, with UNESCO charm and Mediterranean calm. Meet Trogir, a museum town that abounds in history, artistic masters, and magnificent stone buildings that have survived its turbulent past.
Only nine nautical miles away from Split, Šolta is the closest island to Diocletian’s kingdom. However, it is a lesser-known tourism destination praised for its royalty of olives, honey, and indigenous wine. Due to its proximity to Split and Trogir, it’s hard to believe that an island as easy-to-reach as Šolta has yet to be trampled by the tracks of tourists - but we’ll gladly keep it that way.
Brač is most well-known for its famous Zlatni Rat beach, the poster-child for Croatian tourism; however, this is just the tip of the iceberg or in this case – beach. Brač island has thousands of years of history. Covered in cypress trees, olive groves and vineyards, it is a lush green paradise begging to be explored.
Yo ho, yo ho, it’s a pirate's life for anyone visiting the town of Omiš! Once a base for buccaneers in the 12th and 14th centuries, this picturesque town is set at the mouth of the Cetina River, between the busier cities of Split and Makarska.