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Historically seen, Split is one of the most stunning cities in Croatia with plenty of activities and sights nearby.

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Split is the second largest town in Croatia and its location has made it one of Croatia's prime ports, as early as Roman times. Its harbor is busy with ferries leaving and arriving from Italy and most Dalmatian islands, including Korcula, Vis, Lastovo, Brac, Solta and Hvar. That's why this area attracts so many tourists and why Split is used as a gateway for beautiful sights and highlights in the region. Split's old town offers plenty of ruins and picturesque squares. It is mainly known for the Diocletian's Palace, nowadays a UNESCO World Heritage Site, but built as the mansion of Emperor Diocletian. Well known sights inside the palace are its famous Peristile and old cathedral.

Besides these archeological and historic interesting spots there are also its stunning surroundings and beautiful beaches. The islands Brac, Hvar and Solta are easily reached, all providing for a relaxed and beautiful holiday. A trip to the Pakleni Islands and its secluded coves and warm waters offers fantastic daytrips to relax, swim and dive. The many central Dalmatian Islands nearby Split with its warm Adriatic Sea provide for excellent scuba diving and a rich underwater marine world.

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- Kornati Diving Safari, Zaglav 15, Sali

Kornati Diving Safari
 Zaglav 15

Thanks to the geographical speciality of Adriatic coast, the most attractive diving locations in Adriatic Sea are surely underwater walls, reefs, underwater caves, archeological locations and Shipwrecks. Each region from Istria across Kvarner, islands Vis and Mljet all up to the most south part of the Adriatic Sea hides a part of these underwater specialities. More and more divers want to spend their vacations diving on these special locations. This is one of many other reasons why we have decided to offer you that on one of the luxury and best technically equipped diving yachts in this part of Europe.

The yacht Kamelija according to need sails from Istria to Dalmatia and up to the most south part of Adriatic Sea.

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