To the north and northeast of Split, the magnificent ridges of Mosor and Kozjak rise above the bay, the peninsula, and the Split Channel. In 1979, its city center was recognized as a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and enjoys a reputation as the hub of Croatian culture.
Split, the second-largest city in Croatia, lies on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea, with links to the Adriatic islands and Apennine Peninsula. Founded as a Greek colony in the 2nd or 3rd century BC, in 305 AD, Split became the site of the palace of Diocletian, the ancient Roman Emperor. This palatial fortress spans half of the city!
Soak up the sunshine and the history of Split on an atmospheric adventure through its ancient treasures. A guided bike tour takes you to the domineering and decorous Diocletian’s Palace, for a ride along the wondrous Riva waterfront, a cycle around serene Sustipan, a venture through authentic Varosh, and a meander up magnificent Marjan Hill. Uncover sensational stories of Split and its splendid surroundings, as well as learning about local life from your enthusiastic guide.
Capitalize on your Croatian adventure with a guided bike tour and enjoy this palatial seaside paradise!