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About Split in Croatia


Split is the second largest city in Croatia and the largest city of the Dalmatian region. It lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea and is spread over a central peninsula and its surroundings.

Split has it's own airport (SPU - Split Airport, also known as Resnik Airport) with a runway length of 2,550 metres. Flylolo have the a direct flight to Split from Southampton starting in summer 2019.

Towns & Resorts convenient to Split Airport


The following is a list of towns and resorts which you can reach when you arrive into Split Airport :

Bacvice : This is a residential district and city district of Split, but also the name of a shallow sandy beach, or bay, where the area is known. The area is located between the sea and Zvonimirova Street, then bordered by the Poljicka cesta from the north, Busiceva Street, Zajceva Street and Trstenik Road from the east, and the city harbour from the west. Bacvice bay is 600m long and the sandy section is 180m long while the rest of the bay is a concrete promenade.

Zvoncac

Meje : This is a small settlement in the municipality of Cirkulane in the Haloze area of eastern Slovenia. It lies at the top end of the valley of Belica Creek south of Cirkulane, right on the border with Croatia. The area traditionally belonged to the Styria region but is now included in the Drava Statistical Region References.

Spinut
Duilovo Beach
Dragovode
Sirobuja
Polijud

Lora : This is a harbour in the northwestern part of Split in the Bay of Kastela. It is currently used as a naval base of the Croatian Navy and is located right next to the Brodosplit shipyard. During the Croatian War of Independence it was the site of the Lora prison camp. Ever since its founding in 1991, Lora Naval Base has served as the HQ of the Croatian navy, and it is the home port for nearly all ships of the fleet. It is also the HQ of the Croatian Coast Guard. Lora Naval Base hosts sport, educational and other naval facilities, as well as a naval memorial chapel dedicated to Croatian sailors who perished in the Croatian War of Independence. The only submarine that served with the Croatian navy Velebit is on permanent display in Lora.

Podstrana : This is a municipality and settlement in Croatia and has a population of 9,129 97% of which are Croats.

Kamen : Kamen is a settlement in Split and is adminstratively part of the city of Split.

Kastela : Kastela is a collection of seven small settlements in Croatia, located northwest of the city of Split, west of Solin, east of Trogir, on the Dalmatian coast.

Zrnovnica : Zrnovnica is a settlement in Croatia and is administratively part of the city of Split.

Stobrec : Stobrec is a historical town, located near Split and Solin. In modern times, Strobrec is considered a desirable vacation/camping spot located on a beautiful scenic peninsula ensconced between the Adriatic Sea and pine woods.

Lovinac : Lovinac is a municipality in Lika-Senj County, Croatia.

Arbanija : This is a village on Ciovo Island, Croatia. The settlement is administered as part of the city of Trogir and Split.

Slantine : Slantine is a village on Ciovo Island. It is a small fishing and tourist village situated on the northeastern side of the island and only 8km from Trogir.

Ciovo : Is a small island located off the Adriatic Coast with an area of 28.8 square km.

Okrug : Located on the western side of the island of Ciovo, Okrug is divided into Okrug Gonji and Okrug Donji, two traditional Dalmatian villages.

Okrug Gornji
Okrug Donji

Seget Vranjica : A small fishing village located 2km west frm the historic town of Trogir, on the coastal road to Primosten and Sibenik. Due to its geographical position and long tourist tradition, Seget Donji is the largest settlement in the system of the municipality. Segret Vranjica is a village in the Split-Dalmatia County and is located about 6km west of Trogir.

Marina : This is a town and municipality in Split-Dalmatia County. It has a population of 4,595 and is located on the Adriatic Highway. It is a tourist village with a sandy beach shaded by olive and pine trees.

Dugopolje : Is a highly developed municipality with a population of over 3,450. Noted in Dugopolje is a cave.

Prgomet : A municipality in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County with a population of around 675.

Primorski Dolac : A municipality in Croatia in the Split-Dalmatia County with a popular of around 840.

Sibenik : Sibenik is a city on the Adriatic Coast and is known as a gateway to the Kornati Islands. The 15th century stone cathedral of St James is decorates with 71 sculpted faces. Neaby, the Sibenik City Museum, in the 14th century Prince's Palace, has exhibits ranging from prehistoric to the present. The white stone St Michael's fortress has an open-air theatre, with views of Sibenik Bay and neighbouring islands.

Primosten : This is a town in Croatia and part of the Sibenik-Knin County. It is situation in the south, between the cities of Sibenik and Trogir on the Adriatic coast.

Rogoznica : A popular tourist village on the Dalmatian coast that lies in the southernmost part of the Sibenik-Knin County in a deep bay sheltered from wind, about 30km from Sibenik.

Omis : A town and port in the Dalmatian region of Croatia approximately 25km southeast of Split.

Baska Voda : Located on the Adriatic coastline of Dalmatia, 10km northwest of Makarska.

Zagvozd : Zagvozd celebrates its municipal day on 16 July to coincide with the local celebration of the Feast of Our Lady of Mount Carmel.

Makarska : A port town on Croatia's Dalmatian coast, knows for its riviera beaches, seafront promenade and nightlife. On a small bay between wooded headlands, the old town centres on Kacic Square. Ferries connect the port to nearby Brac Island. To the east towers, the rugged Mount Biokovo, a nature reserve home to golden eagles and Balkan chamois, with hairpin roads up to Sveti Jure's summit.

Podgora : A small town located on the Adriatic coastline.

Ploce : A town and a notable seaport in the Dubrovnik-Neretva County.

Pojezerje : This is a town in the southwest of Croatia.

Opuzen : A small town located 12km upstream from the mouth of the river Neretva in southern Dalmatia. This settlement is known as a major centre of tangerine production in Croatia.

Sucaraj : A municipaliity on the island of Brac in Croatia.

Korcula : A Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea it is 46.8km long and an average 7.8km wide and lies just off the Dalmatian coast.

Vis : A Croatian island in the Adriatic Sea off the Dalmatian Coast. Parts of the ancient city walls remain, along with a thermae (public bath). Levaman Fortress houses the Archaeological Museum with exhibits including a 4th century BC bronze head of the goddess Artemis. On a small peninsula, St Jerome's Church and Monastery is built over an ancient Roman theatre.

Stadion Poljud : This is a multi-use stadium in Split and takes its name from the neighbourhood of Poljud located on the northern side of the Split peninsula. The stadium was built in 1979 and is the home venue of the Hajduk Split football club. Some of the Croatian national football teams' games are played at Poljud, which has a capacity of 34,198. The venue was built to host the 1979 Mediterranean Games and was opened by the then Yugoslav President, Josip Broz Tito. It has an original capacity of 55,000 which increased to 62,000 in the 1980s before being equipped with seats in the 1990s thus reducing the capacity to 35,000.



If you'd like a holiday in Split, then the first step is to book your return flights to Split from Southampton. We've set out below our flights to Split in summer 2019. Prices are per person for return flights.