Actions

  Print Article
  BookMark Article

Author Login    Author Login

Important
Existing members will have to use the lost password facility to get new username and new password

Welcome Guest! Please login or create an account.

Username:

Password:



If you do not have an account yet, you can register ( Here ), or you may retrieve a lost user/pass ( Here ).

Navigation    Navigation

   10 newest articles RSS

Author Highlights    Featured Author

Paul Donahue
Bordentown

"I am a devoted father of two wonderful and successful daughters. They have inspired me..."

View My Bio & Articles


ellen mcelroy
farmington

View My Bio & Articles


Abe Johnson
Eastpointe

View My Bio & Articles


Other Websites    Websites of Interest

Beaches In Split

Author : Amanda Foster


If you spend your holiday in Split, or at least some of it, you might want to be dipped in the cooling water from time to time, so if that is so you'd need to find a beach in the Split area. To make your search as simple as practicable you hear have a small guide to the hottest beaches in Split.

At Marjan ( Splits major park area ) situated at the top of the Split cape you have a few beaches all of the way around mount Marjan.

Kauni beach is a pebble sand beach situated on the south-facing side of the mount Marjan, from the centre you just follow the water for about 2-2.5 km, after you pass the Galerija Ivana Metrovi263;a, at streetlevel Ivana Metrovi263;a you have about 800 meters before you've got to go down little road on your left hand side. On Kauni beach there is a coffee bar with public toilets, remember to bring water and sandwiches as there is not any kiosk on the beach.

Beach in Split Kasuni

Split is a port and Croatia's 2nd largest town situated in central Dalmatia. It's a major transit point to Dalmatian islands and other places on the coast, but also tourist and excursionists destination. Terribly attractive, but somehow busy town full with travallers on the move. You cannot be indifferent to this town. People either like it or hate it. A city with a 1700-year old convention, a range of archaeological, historic and cultural monuments, among which the well known Palace of Diocletian, inscribed into the UNESCO World Heritage List, certainly occupies a special position.
Split RivaRiva is Split's waterfront and the liveliest place in the town. It is one of the largest walking areas in the city, a place to meet folk, relax and have a coffee, a place to be. It's the place to practice fave Croatian free time - folk watching. Obligatory equipment for "folk watching" are designer sun shades ( whether or not it's a clouded day ), open-air patio and a cappuccino. The Riva incorporates both the beauty and history of this great city. From Diocletian's Palace to the view of Marjan Hill, one is enclosed by vistas that are both astounding and standard. Rive is covered with waving palms, white benches, holiday maker agencies, jewellery shops, coffee bars, kids, push chairs, the sea, fountains, grass, ships, flags, cafe bars, holiday makers and plenty more.If you looking for accommodation, split accommodation is ideal for holidays.
Kastelet beach is in the bay before Kauni ( 500 meter closer to centre ), this is also a pebble beach, but stones are little so you don't required need any showering shoes. On the beach there are several coffee bars and a snack bar, with cheap and good sandwiches. Again here there is no kiosk, so it is a good idea to bring along water.

Beach in Split Kastelet
Split MarjanDensely wooded Marjan hill, preserved park forest in the west of Split, is basically a promontory with a variety of plants, forests as well as walking places, view points and swimming places. It is a favorite meeting place of the inhabitants of Split, a convenient place for various recreation activities.
The park includes promenades, vista points, belvederes, solariums, nature trails, playgrounds, beaches, the zoo, Oceanographic Institute, Natural History Museum and several churches. A wonderful view is offered from the head of Marjan on the new and old parts of Split. It takes only 15 mins of agreeable walking to reach Marjan from the historic core of Split through the old quarter Varos. The southern cliffs of Marjan represent in recent times a good training ground for mountaineers and free climbers, who gather here each Apr on the occasion of the traditional Marjan Cup.


Author's Resource Box

For more information about Split beaches you can look up on www.splitmap.com

Article Source:
Articlebliss

Tags:   Split, beaches, port, Croatia, Dalmatian islands, accommodation, split map

Author RSS Feed   Author RSS Feed     Category RSS Feed   Category RSS Feed


 

  Rate This Article
Badly Written Offensive Content Spam
Bad Author Links Mis-spellings Bad Formatting
Bad Author Photo Good Article!
 

 

 

 

Submitted : 2011-02-12    Word Count : 870    Times Viewed: 785