The largest city in Dalmatia, seaside town Split presents mixture of Roman, Venetian, Austrian, French, Italian and Yugoslav influence while maintaining uniqueness. As transit place for travelers, traders there are many of restaurants, café bars and wine cellars. Diocletian’s palace is in heart of city Split which is part of UNESCO World Heritage Site. Split offers several lovely beaches, including central Bacvice beach and many Marjan beaches. Vivid nightlife and special Dalmatian lifestyle know as “pomalo” makes this town a really unforgettable experience.
Town Split is a seaside town with history and charm. If you decide to spend several days in Split it would be enough to explore town, beaches, and restaurants and maybe pay a visit to nearby Unison town of Trogir. There are apartments and hotels inside Diocletian’s palace and staying inside the palace is for all of those whishing to experience the lifestyle of previous years even though apartments are renovated and well equipped. If you would like to sleep at night we do recommend taking hotel or apartment outside of city core. The city Split has very nice beaches Bacvive, Znjan and some Marjan beaches for all travelers wanting to be on the beach by the day and active in night. Cultural events like ballet, concerts, and exhibition are very often performed in town Split. Actually the whole Diocletian’s palace is the live theater in summer because on every corner you will be able to see some performance. Do not miss to experience morning shopping on “Pazar” – the local people selling local food and groceries or shopping at Peskarija which is a fresh fish market.
You will just love this town and its inhabitants.
Split weather forecast – classic Mediterranean climate rules over Split; warm sunshine in summer months and mild weather over the winter. Split is one of the sunniest Mediterranean destinations and its inhabitants enjoys very pleasing weather all year around,
In summer months temperatures regularly exceed 30ºC so Split is one of the sunniest parts of Croatia... In comparison to many other European cities and although much wetter; the winter months are also moderately warm. More accurate weather forecast for Split can be seen here: