Split Region

Jewelery Tehničar

Jewelery Tehničar

Top quality products

Large selection of jewelry from our own production and imports from famous goldsmith's workshop

Technician retail Ltd. was founded in 1947. That year opened retail and soon moving to production of jewelry for their own use and wholesale.

In our production we hold the rule that the product that we produce must be of superior quality, which refers to the quality of treatment and quality of gold, which is controlled in our own laboratory. In our broad range of products offers a great selection of jewelry from our own production and imports from famous goldsmith's workshop. Silver jewelry is made of silver, 925 fineness, ie of the highest quality silver. Jewelry can be a glittering white or blackened, and at the same time great when it comes to making filigree. It can negotiate with order and purchase. Gold jewelry it is only 14 - carat gold, which is labeled 585. When making Filigranija jewelry even more gold, pure gold, which adds to the beauty, but according to your wishes can be without gilding.

Jež Restaurant

Jež Restaurant

Chef Jadran Grančić is bringing new life into this traditional seafood restaurant with his creativity and presentations. Fish and meat dominate, but lately he takes guests to interesting gastronomical trips with steaks, desserts such as lavender and pistacchio cake, meat fillet with creme and dehydrated prunes sauce with homemade macarons, wild mushroooms and pecorino risotto, duck breast with prošek and cherry sauce, celery and truffles soup or wild hog fillet with celery and chocolate sous vide.

Kaštela

Kaštela

Tourist board of Kaštela

The town of Kaštela is located on the coast of the Bay of Kaštela. It has over 40 000 inhabitants, and it is the second largest town in the Split and Dalmatia County. It stretches over the length of 17 kilometers.

Our town is specific because of the fact that it developed around 7 settlements (Kaštel Štafilić, Kaštel Novi, Kaštel Stari, Kaštel Lukšić, Kaštel Kambelovac, Kaštel Gomilica and Kaštel Sućurac) or around castles. Each village has its own particularity merged into character of this part of Mediterranean. Radun and Rudine emerge in recent years as the two new smaller centers.

The western part of the town is more tourism- oriented. This is the area with most accommodation capacities: tourist apartments, rooms, camps and hotels.

Klis

Klis

Tourist board of Klis

The Klis Fortress is a medieval fortress situated above a village bearing the same name, near the city of Split, in central Dalmatia, Croatia. From its origin as a small stronghold built by the ancient Illyrian tribe Dalmatae, becoming a royal castle that was the seat of many Croatian kings, to its final development as a large fortress during the Ottoman wars in Europe, Klis Fortress has guarded the frontier, being lost and re-conquered several times throughout its more-than-two-thousand-year-long history. Due to its location on a pass that separates the mountains Mosor and Kozjak, the fortress served as a major source of defense in Dalmatia, especially against the Ottoman advance, and has been a key crossroad between the Mediterranean belt and the Balkan rear.

Krilo - Higshspeed Ship Line

Krilo - Higshspeed Ship Line

SPLIT-BRAČ (MILNA)-HVAR CITY-KORČULA(OLD TOWN)-MLJET(POMENA)-DUBROVNIK, SPLIT-BRAČ (MILNA) –HVAR CITY-VIS

Marina

Marina

Tourist board of Marina

Marina is a small place located in the Bay with the same name; the place is the Centre of the Municipality, which consists of 15 more small places.

Local residents have been engaged in fishing and agriculture for a long time. On the surrounding hills grow the centuries-old olive trees; it is therefore not surprising that this region is widely known for its production of olive oil. Marina is dominated by the picturesque fortification, the former mansion of the bishops of Trogir from the 15th century. Above the Marine is located Drid hill that dominates the entire area. It used to be the seat of Drid County, whose ruins can still be seen on the hill.

Riviera Marina consists of three small picturesque Dalmatian places: Vinišće, Poljica and Sevid that will win you at aglance. The crystal clear waters, sandy beaches, undiscovered and preserved nature will help you to relax from the city noiseand get rid of stress. Find your little oasis of peace on one of the many beaches. In the area of the municipality there are registered numerous archaeological monuments that are waiting for you to discover them.

Marina Bilo Idro

Marina Bilo Idro

Zlatan Otok - Marina Bilo Idro - Sveta Nedjelja, island Hvar, Dalmatia

  • Maximum length of vessels: in the inner breakwater up to 18 m,
    the outer breakwater up to 40 m
  • Draft: in the inner breakwater up to 4 m, the outer breakwater up to 7 m
  • Extras: water refill, electrical connections, Toilette
  • Restaurant Bilo Idro

Location:
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GPS koordinate: 43° 8' 3'' N | 16° 35' 10'' E

Contacts:
booking@zlatanotok.hr
+ 385 (0)21 745 703
+ 385 (0)91 572 8948 (Mrs. Antonia Buratović)
+ 385 (0)91 321 0022 (Mr. Nikola Plenković)

McDonald’s Split

McDonald’s Split

Centar Joker

Can you imagine a world without McDonald's Fries, the Big Mac®, the Filet-O-FishTM, or the Happy Meal®? Luckily, in 1954, an enterprising salesman named Ray Kroc discovered a small burger restaurant in California, and wrote the first page of McDonald's history. From that humble start as a small restaurant in Des Plaines, Illinois in 1955, we’re proud to have become one of the world’s leading quick service restaurant, with more than 33,500 restaurants serving nearly 68 million people in more than 119 countries and areas every day.

Meštrovićeve Crikvine - Kaštilac

Meštrovićeve Crikvine - Kaštilac

Crikvine-Kaštilac, the former Renaissance summerhouse (early 16th century) of the Capogrosso family, is situated in the vicinity of the Ivan Meštrović Gallery. Originally built as a holiday home for the aristrocratic Capogrosso family and as a possible shelter from Ottoman attacks, the edifice has also served many other purposes in the course of its history (at one point it became a tannery, then a cloth dyers’ workshop, and was even a lazaretto for victims of the plague). In 1939, Ivan Meštrović bought and adapted the complex, intending to exhibit a cycle of reliefs depicting scenes from the life of Jesus of Nazareth. The reliefs were to be placed in the newly constructed Chapel of the Holy Cross. In addition to building this chapel, Meštrović reconstructed the western part of the courtyard, building in it a peristyle with a variation of Doric columns.

The sculptor’s wood reliefs (some of which took 33 years to create) are of particular value because of the different styles attributed to specific periods. Starting from the early reliefs created in 1917 (Deposition, Temptation of Christ), the development of his artistic expression can be followed from the linearity of the stylised Art Nouveau, through the reliefs with harmonious classic curves (Christ and the Samaritan Woman, the Annunciation of 1927), to the realism of the 1940s. The cycle is one of the most moving Christological cycles in Croatian art. The apse holds a wooden crucifix from 1916, a work of extraordinary intensity.

The western part of the complex, which consists of the Church of the Holy Cross (with its reliefs and cloister), is an integral part of the donation contract of 1952. The Church of the Holy Cross is consecrated and destined for services in Old Slavic, which was Meštrović’s wish.

The eastern part of Meštrović’s Crikvine-Kaštelet complex holds the Renaissance Chapel of Our Lady of Good Counsel and an adjoining loggia with the stone inventory Meštrović added during the adaptation. Although he never finished renovating the east chapel, it remains an integral part of the artist’s design and spatial concept. It should thus be considered an indivisible part of the complex.
Meštrović's Crikvine - Kaštilac
Crikvine-Kaštelet of Ivan Meštrović in Split is the restored 16th century villa extended according to Meštrović’s idea as place of peace and contemplation. For the Church of Holy Cross in the complex he artist worked in wood the great Crucifix and 28 reliefs with scenes from the life of Christ. This is an oeuvre that belongs among the masterpieces of Croatian sculptors.

Nature park Biokovo

Nature park Biokovo

Biokovo is the second-highest mountain range in Croatia, located along the Dalmatian coast of the Adriatic Sea, between the rivers of Cetina and Neretva. It is sometimes referred to as Bijakova, especially among inhabitants of the eastern side of the mountain. Its highest peak is Sveti Jure (Saint George), at 1762m. It shows a typical karst landscape.

The 196 km2 of its area is protected as a nature park with over 1,500 plant and animal species, some of which are endemic.

Biokovo is one in a line of Dinaric Alps stretching along the Dalmatian coast - northwest of it is Mosor and southeast of it are Sutvid and Rilić. In the east, the Šibenik runs in parallel. When the weather is very clear, from the top of Biokovo it is possible to see Monte Gargano in Italy, which is 252 km (157 mi) away.

To aid the hikers, there is the Biokovo Nature Park Visitor Center in downtown Makarska.

Okrug

Okrug

Tourist board of Okrug

OKRUG – MEDITERRANEAN LIGHTNESS OF BEING!

With its 2670 hours of sunshine per year, seawater quality that earned recognitions of excellence, and typical Dalmatian scenery with olive groves and dry-stone walls, the town of Okrug on the southwestern side of the Čiovo Island invites us to enjoy a relaxed everyday life with a hint of Mediterranean flair. Explore attractive cycling and hiking routes, intriguing underwater walls with an abundance of flora and fauna, and make sure to visit the local Toć beach, also known as the Okrug Copacabana for its resemblance to a famous double! Treat your palate to a Dalmatian peka, pašticada and Trogir rafioli, and reward your senses with a sightseeing tour of the nearby attractions – don’t miss out on UNESCO’s gems, Trogir and Split! Choose your stay at the carefully furnished designer apartments or one of the well-equipped camps, and indulge in the Mediterranean lightness of being!

Olive Tree Restaurant

Olive Tree Restaurant

Wine Cellar & Wine tasting

The exceptional ambience of an elegant a la carte Olive Tree restaurant, you can go on a gastronomic journey through the magical offer of local Dalmatian specialties, and provide your palate with superb moments of hedonism.

The breathtaking Mediterranean world will spoil all your senses on Dalmatian music theme nights that the restaurant twice a week / 01.04 30.09. / Enjoy the most delicious specialties prepared according to traditional Dalmatian-Mediterranean recipes will be followed the sound of mandolins, guitars and traditional Dalmatian tracks- Klape .

We can, upon request, provide and prepare the special dishes such as Dalmatian fish and meat lid, stew or Dalmatian pašticada, and organize formal lunches and dinners up to 80 people.

Would you like to relax and enjoy our cuisine and rich wine list and a map of traditional spirits, liqueurs and aperitifs produced in a completely traditional way under the watchful eye of family Perkovic, we offer a completely free shuttle service to and from the Olive Tree Restaurant.
Our cuisine completes the liquid gold of the Mediterranean - Extra virgin olive oil - Torkul and magnificent oil map.

Omiš

Omiš

Tourist board of Omiš

Omiš is the tourist centre of a 35 km long Riviera of outstanding beauty. Numerous monuments from its past are the witnesses of its history, long and glorious; besides these one can find nowadays an interesting and colourful market place, a large number of small restaurants, coffee shops, bistros, various shops including duty free ones and fashionable boutiques. All these will make your stay pleasant and fulfilled.

Very good communications with the nearby Split and beautiful natural beaches of this part of the Riviera have enabled the development of tourist trade whose traces are to be seen even before the World War II. A number of small fishermen's villages along the Riviera have had a long tourist tradition and culture.

The Cetina River and its magnificent canyon are cut into the picturesque mountainous massif in the very background of the town. On its way to the sea the river has created numerous long sandy beaches which are characteristics of this part of the coast and make it one of the most beautiful, unusual and incomparable.

Oyster & Sushi bar Bota

Oyster & Sushi bar Bota

This exotic japanese food is not quite japanese anymore. In order to create a new atmosphere in the palate of our guests, bota sare restaurants designed a completely new cuisine - oyster & sushi bars that allows you to enjoy sushi with already recognized specialties of the bota sare restaurant. Sushi is a delicious, healthy meal that leaves no feeling of weight and therefore is appropriate at any time - as a snack, appetizer, main dish or a light evening meal.

Once confirmed the success of this cuisine started in dubrovnik, it still expanding, in split. Visit us and enjoy the rich variety of delicious sushi prepared daily by our sushi chefs.