Discover the beauty and admire the spectacular coastline of Split, Croatia, on this 4-day tour and experience one of the world's most beautiful UNESCO-recognized pearls. Visit the Diocletian Palace, known worldwide as one of the best-preserved Roman monuments. See it for yourself in the very core of the city, where many shops, restaurants, and art galleries give life to the old walls of the palace. See the magnificent waterfall called Skradinski Buk in Krka National park and Sibenik. Explore tiny islands and secluded coves, and swim in the sparkling blue of the Adriatic Sea
Admire the spectacular coastline of Split
Visit Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site
See the magnificent waterfall in Krka National park and Sibenik
Enjoy the historic town of Split, rich in cultural and historical monuments
Split is a stunning 1700-year-old city home to unique historical monuments like the Diocletian's Palace, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, Peristil, St. Doimus's Cathedral, and the Piazza. The City of Split has something for everyone, whether you prefer culture, fine arts, songs, music, or sports and recreation. Split also has its wild, natural side, which enchants many visitors. The Marjan Forest Park, known as the “lungs of the city”, proudly guards the urban center. The Marjan Peninsula is dotted with black pine trees, Mediterranean plants and herbs, centuries-old churches, and some of the most beautiful beaches in Croatia.
Join your local city guide and enjoy exploring this more than 1700 years old jewel. Visit the most prominent sight, the heart of the city, Diocletian's Palace. As the city emerged from the Palace, the tour gives the opportunity to visit this UNESCO-protected structure that has been home to people from the 3rd century BC till today. Once you visit the Palace, it will give you insight into ancient history and all the important sites within the palace.
As you discover the history of Split, you will also have a stop at a local tavern for a short introduction to Croatian Olive oil culture. Guided tasting of four premium Croatian olive oils is perfect for those who wish to have an understanding of the production and means of attaining high-quality olive oil. Olive oil is paired with fleur de sel, aged red wine vinegar, freshly baked bread from our oven, cow and mixed milk cheese, dry fig jam, and homemade tapenade.
After breakfast, meet your guide at the hotel and depart to visit the Krka National Park for a 1.5-hour drive from Split. The Krka National Park waterfalls are one of the most beautiful places in Dalmatia and are very easy to reach. As one of the eight Croatian National Parks, it has been under conservation since 1985. The tour continues to the park's majestic Skradinski Buk waterfall, which serves as the tour's focal point.
Including the submerged part of the river at the mouth, the Krka River is 72.5 km long, making it the 22nd longest river in Croatia. It springs in the Dinara mountain range's foothills, 2.5 kilometers northeast of Knin. The Krka is a natural karst phenomenon that features seven waterfalls and a total elevation drop of 242 meters. The travertine waterfalls of the Krka River are the fundamental phenomenon of this river. After your visit to the Krka waterfalls, you will visit Sibenik and its famous UNESCO-protected cathedral. Return back to your hotel, which is about an hour's drive away.
Day 4: Return Home
After breakfast, check out from the hotel and depart towards your next destination.
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