This small Dalmatian town at the mouth of the Cetina river, some 25 km south of Split, offers a unique blend of the river, the sea and mountains.  

The Makarska riviera

The Makarska Riviera stretches for 60km between the towns of Brela and Gradac with the main town being, of course, Makarska.


Sinj plays host to the iconic Sinjska Alka, a traditional knight tournament that happens during the summer, and was inscribed on the UNESCO List.


Salona was an ancient city, the former capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and the birthplace of Emperor Diocletian.


If you arrive in Split, Sibenik, Trogir, or some nearby place, it’s worth visiting the Klis fortress, an amazing fortification building located in the village Klis.


The medieval town of Trogir, located less than 30 minutes from Split. It boasts a long, rich history with its roots going back to the 3rd century BC when Doric Greeks founded a trading port here and is widely regarded as the most well-preserved Romanesque-Gothic complex in Europe. 

Island of Brac

The sea paints with 50 shades of blue in Bol, while the golden sands covering one of the most beautiful beaches in the world.

Hvar Island

The town of Hvar is a unique blend of luxurious Mediterranean nature, rich and diverse cultural and historical heritage, and a contemporary world known tourist destination.


Croatia’s second-largest city, Split is a vibrant destination with the opportunity to get to know authentic daily life and friendly locals, spend time on beautiful beaches, and discover some of the world’s most well-preserved Roman architecture.