Most popular Villas in Split
Highlights in Split
- Beautiful old town
- Fantastic beaches
- Monumental wealth
- Incredible natural parks
- Statues for good luck
Most popular amenities for Villas in Split
Villas in Split
Enjoy Split and rent a villa to get the best out of your holiday. In the centre, in the green area of Marjan you can find splendid villas as well as within 20 minutes walk from the old part of town. For more secluded properties, there are fantastic villas in residential areas, about 30 or 40 minutes away. Your villa in Split allows you to be close to the sea and still enjoy the charm of a fantastic city.Fabulous villas by the sea
Choose the amenities you need during your stay and select the villa that will fulfill all your needs. Your second home can have room for up to 10 people. Superb villas by the seaside with outdoor pools to beat the heat in the summer. Large patios, terraces and outdoor areas together with manicured gardens, make villas the best place to stay. Enjoy comfortable lounges, equipped kitchens and modern facilities. Depending on the location, every morning you can enjoy stunning views of the sea from your window. Take them in and start creating memories that will last for a lifetime.
Travellers and activities
Listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, Split has an impressive monumental wealth. The Diocletian Palace is one of its most relevant buildings, with a fortress, the Temple of Jupiter, the Convent of the Franciscans with a superb Gothic cloister and the Cathedral of San Diomo. In addition, different periods and styles line up the streets of Split, making it a true gem to discover.Split for nature lovers
Split is a good starting point to visit Croatia’s UNESCO-protected area as 5 of them are close to Split. For a day trip, visit Krka National Park near Sibenik and enjoy the fantastic waterfalls or visit the Kornati archipelago. For climbing lovers, Paklenica National Park, inland from Zadar, is a paradise as well as for hiking enthusiasts. The Plitvice Lakes are a natural wonder and a must-see that will leave you in awe. For short trips, there are other parks including Risnjak and Brijuni and then one you reach by boat, Mljet. Enjoy nature at its best
Some content of Game of Thrones was shooted in the Diocletian’s Palace!
Top 7 travel tips in Split
Croatian beaches are well known for its crystal clear waters, the emerald green colours blending in with turquoise and blue and the pebbly shores of round and white stones. Split also offers the sandy beach of Bacvice small little coves to explore. Ideal for sunbathing and taking a dip in an idyllic setting a day at the beach will be such a terrific experience.2. Take a day tour
Heading an hour north from Split, you can visit the fabulous towns of Trogir and Sibenik. On the opposite direction, Podstrana and Brela are beautiful villages worth a visit too. Take your car or the bus and enjoy a day out exploring new villages with a magical charm, excellent food and lots of cultural visits to do during the day.3. The changing isle of Brac
From Split, you can easily take a ferry or a boat to dream-like destinations such as the islands. The closest one is Brac, where you have the beach of Bol. This beach is Zlatni Rat beach, meaning golden horn. This beach is quite exceptional because not just of its shape, but also the crystal clear waters that go from light to dark blue in just a few feet. Another interesting feature of this particular beach is the fact that it rotates! Yes, it does rotate! Why is that? Because depending on the wind, tide and currents, the tip changes its shape and its position.4. Wander around the old town
You can discover and explore the city’s gems, strolling along the alleys and cobbled streets. The medieval layout of the city is a real maze of alleys lined with old and interesting buildings and shops. The architecture is varied and the proximity to the sea gives Split a special charm. The nice terraces in the promenade get busy during the afternoon and the evenings when tourists take long walks after a day of visiting.5. Walk along one of the narrowest streets in the world
While exploring the maze of narrow alleys, pay attention to the smallest attraction in town: Let Me Pass Street or Pusti me proc, in Croatian. This peculiar street is wide enough to allow one person to walk along it. This is one of the most visited spots in the city as well as Jupiter’s Temple which it is adjacent to!6. The Diocletian Palace
The city’s historic centre houses the Diocletian’s Palace. One of a kind, it is a beautifully-preserved 4th-century complex. Tourists can enjoy the beauty of this UNESCO-listed palace, and walk the original Roman streets that still have their original paving stones: decumanus and cardo. Performances and Roman soldiers welcome visitors who can enjoy a half an hour show in this unique setting.7. Rub Grgur Ninski’s statue
Next to the Golden Gate that accesses the city, there is the huge gleaming statue of Grgur Ninski. Sculpted by Ivan Meštrović, this statue is the Croatian bishop who defied the pope and established the Croatian identity. Locals and tourists rub Grgur Ninski’s big toe for good luck. Make sure you do if you are in Split!