Split is the second largest city in Croatia, with just over 200,000 inhabitants, and is the largest city on the Adriatic coast. Once merely considered by some as just transit point, it is now deservedly becoming a holiday destination in its own right. Let us tell you bit more about why you should book a Gulet Charter Croatia Split.
Boasting some truly fantastic sights in the city, both Roman and more modern, excellent options for dining, drinking and nightlife, plenty of beach opportunities and lots of choice for those wanting day trips. Split is much loved by visitors, and it’s not hard to see why!
For those of you wanting a little culture, The Diocletian’s Palace is a popular tourist spot in Split. Discover this vast monument in great detail and take in all of its nooks and crannies. Do not miss the Peristyle, which is the main open space in the palace and is surrounded by a colonnade of six columns to the eastern and western sides and an arch, decorated with garlands, in the centre.
As you wander through this historical masterpiece, enjoying all of its wonderment, pay special attention to the mix of old and new, and marvel at how the locals have managed to evolve and live within the Palace footprint in the many centuries since the Palace was constructed.
And if you are after a slower pace during your Gulet Charter in Split, there are plenty of options for you too.
Split does not have a reputation as a beach destination but there’s every reason why it should. East and west of the town centre, miles upon miles of shoreline are dotted with coves and well-maintained beaches. Swimmers will find a lot to like about Split beaches, especially the cleanliness. The clear, blue waters rival any beach in the Mediterranean.
Or perhaps once you disembark your luxury Gulet, you would rather not venture too far. Riva is Split’s harbour side promenade and ‘fjaka’ is the Dalmatian art of doing absolutely nothing. Slide into a seat in one of the many cafes lining Riva and watch the world go by at your leisure. Allow your mind to wander, feel your body relax and your senses sharpen. That’s fjaka!
And of course while there, indulge in the fine cuisine of Croatia. It may come as no surprise that you’ll come across a mixture of Mediterranean and Eastern European food. There are strong Italian influences along the coast, mixed in with plenty of fish and seafood.
Split has a Mediterranean climate, characterized by mostly dry and very hot summers and cool, but moderate and humid winters. Average temperature of the warmest month of the year is 22°C, and the coldest 4°C.
Lastly, with excellent and regular transport connections by bus, sea, air and train, getting to your Gulet Charter in Split couldn’t be easier.
So, what are you waiting for? Get in touch with us today to book your dream gulet charter in Split.