Split Croatia Holiday

Find out were to stay on your Split Croatia Holiday! Whether you are looking for Croatia villas on the beach or villas in Croatia with a pool, villas with views or family villas, here’s the low down on our favourite Split villa locations up and down the coast. We know the villas near Split and Trogir so feel free to give us a call for a chat. And don’t hesitate to ask us about more Croatia villas in general – we are happy to help!


Trogir is a beautiful medieval town situated just off the mainland north of Split – it’s connected to the mainland and the island of Ciovo by a bridge.
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The Slatine Bay area sits facing Split and Trogirs mainland about 10-15 minutes drive from Trogir old town and is the last place on this side of the island meaning that it’s close to everything but has more of an unspoilt feel.
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Marina Bay is a pretty little town in a protected bay and hence the ideal spot for the marina here –  The yachts and boats moor in the bay make a picturesque addition to the old part of the town and there are a selection of restaurants and beaches to help while away the day.
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Poljica Bay is a delightful little place, meandering along the sea edge with a beach, a marina and peaceful promenade with a handful of local restaurants to dine at.
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Ciovo Island is the largest island of the Trogir archipelago and is connected to the town of Trogir by a bridge!
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Okrug Gornji Bay is situated on the Island of Ciovo  (there is a bridge to the mainland though!)
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OKRUG DONJI Set on the west side of Ciovo Island, Okrug Donji is a smaller quieter village than Okrug Gornji.
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Seget Vranjica is an old fishing town on a small peninsula, and is a lovely spot for a holiday – It has everything within easy reach and pretty beaches around the bay – It is just 5 kms or a five minute drive west from the medieval UNESCO World Heritage town of Trogir and its restaurants, shops, coffee shops, ice cream parlours and food markets.
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Seget Donji Seget Donji is a seafront village on the Split Riviera just 2m from the UNESCO World Heritage Site of Trogir, a pretty, medieval old town with beautiful waterfront.
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Vinisce is a peaceful village and small marina built on the shores of a beautiful Bay, southwest of Trogir – It is an ideal destination for anyone wishing to have a “get away from it all”, relaxing holiday – Should you wish to explore, there are many other places to visit – Medena (15km) offers a full range of water sports.
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Primosten lies just up the coast from Split & Trogir – it boasts an beautiful old town, jutting out into the sea and is surrounded by turquoise water, about half an hour’s drive from Trogir, it is a pleasant drive.
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Split is very close to Trogir and certainly worth visiting, especially if you want to do a bit of sightseeing or discover more of the history of the area… The Palace of Roman Emperor Diocletian (started approx 293AD) is a must see – the palace makes up much of the “Riva” which is the waterfront of the old town of Split and is about 30 thousand square metres.
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Sibenik is a wonderful old town and although much less well know than other old towns on the Dalmatian coast it is well worth seeing – about an hours drive from Trogir, its beautiful buildings will interest those who love to sight-see and are interested in architecture.
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Omis is an historic town famous for it’s legendary pirates and awesome gorge with the stunning river Cetina running through it and ancient fortresses built on it which once protected the town from invasion.
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Podstrana is a small town just 8km down the coast from Split and has 9kms of beach fringing the sea edge.
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Location Information

A Split Croatia holiday is one of the most sought after in the world right now! Croatia is ‘the place to be’ and Croatian villas are in demand. Split is a fabulous destination as it’s at the gateway to the Dalmatian islands of Brac, Hvar, Korcula and Vis. The Old Town of Split is beautiful with a fascinating history and wonderful architecture. Additionally, there are plenty of restaurants and coffee culture is alive and well! There are a good number of flights to Split, Croatia because Split is very central to the Croatian coast therefore a great hub for a holiday. Many excursions are possible – as far as to Dubrovnik in the south and up to the stunning Plitvice Lakes in the north.

In terms of villa holiday locations, we love the area around Trogir Old Town. Ciovo Island sits just next to Trogir and is conveniently linked to the mainland by a bridge so it’s easy to get to. Okrug Gornji has the main beach with plenty of restaurants and beach activities. It’s also got a water taxi to Trogir Old Town. But for a more relaxed break, head for Okrug Dornji or Slatine Bay just around the coast a bit. Slatine is a little fishing village and also has a water taxi to Split Old Town. Fore a more authentic sea side bay location check out Seget Vranjica, Vinisce Bay, Marina Bay and Poljica Bay. these are pretty locations and bays, perfect for family villa holidays on the beach.

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You can find out more about Croatia Locations, Croatia Beaches, Croatia Restaurants and Things to Do in Croatia in our Croatia Info section and by checking out the Croatian National Tourist Board site.