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Kaštela
Kaštela
The town Kaštela developed along a coastal section between the towns Trogir and Split, on a total length of some 16 km. During the 15th and 16th century a total of 13 fortifications – castles was constructed here as defense against the Ottoman empire. During time, settlements developed around these fortifications, making today's town Kaštela. Of the originally 13, today there are still seven castles existing Kaštel Štafilić, Kaštel Novi, Kaštel Stari, Kaštel Lukšić, Kaštel Kambelovac, Kaštel Gomilica and Kaštel Sućurac. Kaštela is the second biggest town in the county Split – Dalmatia after Split, with a population of 35.000 and by statistic data the town with the major increase in population in all of Croatia.
 
Trogir
Trogir
This mediaeval town „museum“, as Trogir is often called, is 27 km distant from Split and has been enlisted in the UNESCO World Heritage in 1997. The old part developed on an artificial island, connected by bridges with the mainland and the island of Čiovo. In the old town is a well preserved castle, a tower, some ten religious objects and a whole series of palaces dating back to the romanesque, gothic, renaissance and baroque periods. Trogir offers good shopping opportunities in the many shops and souvenir stalls and the restaurants offer you a variety of local specialties.
 
Primošten
Trogir
The picturesque village of Primošten is located in central Dalmatia, 50 km distant from Split and 25 km from Trogir. The village itself developed on an island that was later connected by a dam with the mainland. On the peak of the peninsula the parish church of St. John's was built in the 15th century, while the defense walls around the village date into the 17th century. The seaman often called Primošten the "dry horn" due to long periods of draughts that are typical for it. A dense settlement of medieval homes developed on the island, offering narrow streets and lovely small squares and the many restaurants invite you to enjoy some local food. Primošten is a very popular holiday resort.
 
Sibenik
Šibenik
80 km west from Split, at the mouth of the river Krka, precisely where the river waters meet the salty Adriatic is the town Šibenik. With 42000 inhabitants, Šibenik is among the larger towns in Dalmatia. The town is famous for the beautiful cathedral of St: James’s ,which along with other parts of the old city is entered into the UNESCO World heritage. The old town with the narrow alleys and steep stairs has developed on a hill slope that faces South and looks over the picturesque bay of Šibenik. Šibenik also allows easy reach and access to the famous Krka waterfalls.
 
Omiš
Omiš
Omiš, the sea pirate town, 25 km south of Split was an ancient pirate center. In the deep canyons the pirates always found shelter. As remembrance of those times, Omiš organizes annually various pirate fests. The river Cetina flows in Omiš into the Adriatic sea, after a long and deep canyon, that you might recognize from one of the famous Karl May movies that were shot at this location. Today the canyon and the river are an venue for rafting, kayaking, free climbing and paragliding. Many traditional restaurants offer traditional food from the fire place and the mandatory fresh river trout.
 
Makarska
Makarska
The Makarska Riviera, some 60 km south of Split is a stretch of 50 km coastline under the massive Biokovomountain, a protected nature reserve. The Riviera starts from Brela in the West and ends in Gradac in the East. Beautiful, natural shingle beaches and the typical Mediterranean landscape with pine forests, olive groves and fig trees give a special ambience to this part of the Dalmatian coast. The town of Makarska with a lovely Riva (waterfront) offers numerous cafes and restaurants, as well as fine shops so this is a great place for a relaxing promenade and some shopping.
 
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