Split, 1,700 years of tradition. Split, a city under the protection of UNESCO and placed in the register of World Cultural Heritage, is located on the warmest part of the northern Mediterranean coast. Split grew out of Diocletian’s Palace, built by the Roman emperor Diocletian, who wanted to spend the last years of his life there 1,700 years ago. Various events, like Diocletian Nights and other cultural happenings, are organized in the preserved cellars of the Palace. When coming to Split, visitors can choose between private accommodation, apartments, hotels, villas, yachts or sailing boats.

Accommodation ranges from luxury hotels and villas to small B&Bs and rooms in private accommodation. The category of accommodation is indicated by the number of stars, visible on every building registered with the tourist board. Split’s tourist offer would not be complete without its cuisine, which is said to be one of the healthiest in the world. The usual menu on the tables of restaurants and your apartment will be tasty fresh fish, seafood, octopus or meat with homemade bread and fresh vegetables, with a bottle of the renowned Dalmatian red wine.

In addition to its high-quality accommodation and its cultural and culinary offer, the region of Split also offers other destinations, such as Bol on the island of Brač, the island of Hvar, and the towns of Makarska and Baška Voda, which are all well-known tourist destinations.

Direct-Croatia.com offers a free accommodation finding service in the Split region which provides you with all the information you need and puts you in direct contact with owners by telephone or by means of the form under each of the accommodation offers. Welcome to Split!