Split Croatia is the home to Diocletian’s Palace, built for the Roman emperor in 305 CE. Sometimes referred to as Croatia Split, Split Croatia has many memorable sightings, mostly concentrated in the old town behind the seafront Riva, built around various remains and conversions of Diocletian’s Palace. You can take a walk through this area in approximately ten minutes, although it would take you a lifetime to explore all.
If you are looking for things to do in Split Croatia and appreciate the beauty of nature, there are many attractions for you to visit. On the Western side of the city centre, the wooded Marjan peninsula offers fine views over the coast and islands from its heights. While many tourists prefer the hot Split Croatia weather of the summer months of July and August, May and September offer a cooler climate for exploring, hiking and swimming. The best beaches in Split Croatia are on the Northern side of the Marjan, or Eastern side of the ferry dock at the Bacvice. Additionally, the Cathedral of St. Dominus has a beautiful bell tower that offers a great panoramic view of Split Croatia, nearby islands and Marjan hill.