Irresistible mixture of history, tradition, impressive architecture and relaxed Mediterranean lifestyle. Modern vibes, contemporary design and culture of living by the beach and on the beach are features that will easily warm your heart when in Split. Split is the city of museums but also lively museum itself.
Idyllic destination for urban yet romantic seaside wedding. Here you can say „Yes“ at many beach wedding venues or just choose some of the luxurios hotels or authentic restaurants in the city.
You can also experience a smaller wedding ceremony in beautiful Split’s shrines or go for natural wedding in city’s green oasis and spiritual retreat mountain Marjan.
Centrally located in Dalmatia, Split has a great connection with Dalmatian islands such as the island of Brač, Hvar, Šolta and Čiovo but also with some farther islands like Korčula, Vis, Lastovo and Mljet.
Split’s narrow streets are filled with treasures, from picturesque boutiques, galleries, restaurants and cafes sometimes literally built into ancient walls providing an uncommon scene for great wedding photography. Split as an everlasting warm and exotic seaside city in Croatia is an extraordinary place which historical city core has been on the UNESCO’s List World Heritage since 1979.
Split is also situated only 25 km from city of Trogir, a well know architectural gem with beautiful old town which is on the list of UNESCO’s world cultural heritage. The place is a wonderful coulisse for stylish and profound weddings.
Looking for a Mediterranean spirited and fashionable yachting wedding head to ACI Marina where you can celebrate your dream day in a spectacular sailing atmosphere.
Time really does pass slower in Split, and the the buzz on the streets within the 1700 year old walls of Diocletian’s palace is a proof that Split not only offers a unique historical backdrop, but that it is a city full of colourful and vibrant urban life rich in an extraordinary dining places and sophisticated wedding venues.
Greatly protected from the sea by the islands archipelago, and defended by high mountains in inland, Split will always stays emperor Diocletian leisure home; from year 305 when he ruled the entire world till today pointing the city as a special landmark on the Adriatic map.