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Nowhere in Europe boasts such a magnificent combination of natural and man-made beauty than Croatia – a land of a thousand islands, towering mountains, crystal-clear turquoise seas overlooked by perfectly-preserved ancient towns. Looking for a holiday home in Split? The area of Varos next to Majan Park is home to Split’s finest stately homes and most spectacular sunsets. Firule and Znian to the east put you a stone’s throw from the town’s best beaches, and if you would like to be right in the heart of the vibrant historical centre, there are many homes punctuated around its meandering passageways.Homes in the old and new
Split offers holiday homes in a mix of old and new architecture. The majority of the homes in the city are flats with balconies offering awesome views of the historical centre and its paradisiacal surroundings. Holiday homes for larger groups come with private swimming pools and gardens. Looking for authentically Croatian holiday homes in and around Split? The city offers several traditional stone houses just steps away from the sea and beautiful pebble beaches.
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The area and getting around
Spilt is a small city located in the south of Croatia and wedged in a thin strip of land between the Adriatic sea to the south and mountains to the north which rise up behind the town. The city has an airport which serves major European destinations, and can be reached in 5 hours by road or rail from the capital Zagreb in the north of the country.Discover Split’s 4 zones
Split is divided into 4 zones. The historical centre and harbour area, where you are likely to spend most of your time in the city, the coastline stretching to the east, replete with various coves and beaches, and which makes for a wonderful daylong stroll, the modern suburbs sprawling north-eastward from the centre, and the delightful area around Majan Park to the west.
Travellers and activities
Split is Croatia’s number one destination for tourists who want to hop some of the many splendiferous islands that dot the coastline. Multiple boats leave a day from the harbour to the island of Brac, with its world-famous Golden cape beach. Join the jet-set at the island of Hvar, with its many nightclubs, posh restaurants and lounge bars, or sail to the quaint island of Solta and explore its imposing wild and natural landscapes.Split for water sports aficionados
So what is it going to be? How about a half day rafting trip in the River Cetina canyon near Split. Tackle the white-water rapids, then learn to rock-jump, and stand under a waterfall! Or what about a tour exploring the sandy beaches and rocky coves around the city on a kayak, cruising through the Caribbean-esque turquoise waters. Still not satiated? Then how about a snorkelling tour in nearby Omis? Paddle through a wide canyon, snorkel over a shipwreck, and visit a gorgeous beach!
The Croats of Dalmatia are considered the tallest people in the world. You are a westerner of average height? You will feel like a dwarf as you wander Split’s ancient streets!
Top 5 travel tips in Split
Sashay through centuries of history and art within the 1,300 year-old walls that house the historical centre of Split. Its fully pedestrianised streets are a unique living monument in the world.2. Take a picnic to Majan Forest Park
Majan Forest Park is one of the most beautiful city parks you will visit anywhere in the world. Steps away from the historical centre, within minutes you are immersed in a whimsical world of pine forests, subtropical plants, karstic cliffs and magnificent views of the Adriatic Sea and neighbouring islands. Take a picnic and enjoy a luscious few hours!3. Rainy day? Visit Split’s Archaeological Monument Museum
This is where all the artefacts from the historical landmarks in and around Split have ended up. A first-class collection of some 20,000 exhibits of Croatian culture from both medieval and more modern eras.4. Take part in the local sport of Picigin
Picigin is a unique, Croatian sport invented in Split. Here is how to play: stand in the inviting Adriatic water, 1.5 meters deep, and prevent a small ball from falling into the water by passing it to the other players. You win by passing the ball in the most artistic way possible!5. Charter a boat
In this review of Split I have used the term “best in the” a number of times. This is not hyperbole. Croatia’s coast is a natural wonder, especially around Split, with pure, almost transparent waters and thousands of kilometres of untouched shoreline. This makes Split one of the best places in Europe to charter a yacht and explore the coastline at your leisure.
FAQs: Holiday Homes & Rentals in Split
How much does it cost to rent a holiday home in Split?
Based on our data, Split has an average price of €126.84 per night, which is a relatively high one under the cities in Croatia.
When can you get the best deals on holiday rentals in Split?
Travellers who want to save as much as possible should visit Split in February, November, and January which are the months that offer the most discount, with average prices of €100.57, €101.16, and €102.49 per night, respectively, based on data collected in 2020.
When does the price of holiday homes in Split go up the most?
Following the data observed in 2020, the costs per night for accommodation is usually higher, on average, during the months of July (€186.84), August (€162.47), and June (€154.58).
Do I need to plan a trip to Split well in advance?
When going on holiday to Split it is necessary to be proactive, as 50% of rentals are usually booked, according to last year's data.
What time of the year can I find more available holiday rentals?
The months that have the highest availability, on average, are June (with an availability of 58%) September (58%), and May (57.2%), according to the trends observed in 2020.
During which months are there fewer rentals available in Split?
According to data from 2020, the months when it is most difficult to find accommodation in Split are, in order, December (with 40.67% of available rentals), November (41.25%), and August (47%).
How many homes are available in Split?
Holidu offers around 4400 properties in Split from 28 different partners, so you will find the perfect type of accommodation you are looking for. We've got you covered!