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Split: What to do when you get there?

As the second largest city of Croatia, Split has become an extremely popular holiday destination with vacationers from around the world.

Famous for being one of the oldest cities in the area, about 1,700 years old, Split sits on the Adriatic Sea, centered on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. In 1979, the historic centre of Split was included into the list UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

However this historical centre does not just attract sightseers, but also adventure seekers.  And contrary to popular belief there are many outdoor activities that can be enjoyed around the up and coming city of Split.

Water lovers can practice sea kayaking and cliff jumping. Whereas nature enthusiasts can take part in hiking excursions on Mount Mosor, rock climbing expeditions in Omis and even canyoning adventures in Cetina River.  

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Stand up Paddle
Sea Kayaking
Canyoning
Hiking / Trekking
Jet Boating
Rock climbing
    Quad biking
      Sailing
        Via Ferrata
          Scuba Diving
            Rafting
              Kayaking
                Jet Skiing
                  Zip-Lining
                    Mountain bike
                      Wakeboarding
                        Scenic Flights
                          Skydiving
                            Snorkeling
                              4x4

                                Split: What to do when you get there?

                                As the second largest city of Croatia, Split has become an extremely popular holiday destination with vacationers from around the world.

                                Famous for being one of the oldest cities in the area, about 1,700 years old, Split sits on the Adriatic Sea, centered on the Roman Palace of the Emperor Diocletian. In 1979, the historic centre of Split was included into the list UNESCO World Heritage Sites.

                                However this historical centre does not just attract sightseers, but also adventure seekers.  And contrary to popular belief there are many outdoor activities that can be enjoyed around the up and coming city of Split.

                                Water lovers can practice sea kayaking and cliff jumping. Whereas nature enthusiasts can take part in hiking excursions on Mount Mosor, rock climbing expeditions in Omis and even canyoning adventures in Cetina River.  

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