- 3 bedrooms
- 1 bathrooms
- sleeps 6
Description from the owner
Apartment Karla is situated near the old Split's city center. From the apartment to Diocletian's palace, there's a 5-10 minute walk, which makes it the perfect accommodation for your stay in Split. It is set in a residential neighbourhood , near the bus stations, but you won't need a bus to get to Split's most atractive sights.
The apartment is located on the first floor of a residential building. It is comfortable, and it has beds for four guests, and two more can sleep on the streatchable couch. You can find a double bed in the master bedroom, two single beds in the second bedroom,and one single bed in the third room. It is well suit...Read more
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Additional Location Information
Split is the jewel of the Mediterranean. Its 1700 years of history gave it rich heritage, which you can feel, see and touch. The city was founded by the emperor Diocletian who had built a palace strategically placed near the ancient city of Salona, on a perfect cove, at the foot of the Marjan hill.
Diocletian lived with his family, servants and a small army at the palace, which soon became a city of its own. In the following centuries, Split was populated first by the citizens of Salona that had fled from Avars and Slavs. Later, the town expanded outside the walls of the palace and eventually it grew into the second largest city in modern day Croatia.
Split had been under the authorities of Croatian kings, Hungarian and Venetian administration, French rulers and the Austro-Hungarian monarchy. During all that time, Split remained the cultural center of the region, keeping many remains of its rich history.
Diocletian’s palace – now the heart of Split is certainly the most interesting part of the old city. There, you can find remains of the emperor’s prized possessions such as Egyptian sphinxs, and traces that everyday life left on this magnificent 1700 years old palace.
The palace is still inhabited today, and you’ll also notice that many of the shops, cafes and restaurants in the old part of Split reside in walls of the palace, some of them still keeping the ancient roman ambiance.
The warm Mediterranean climate in Split is great for summer vacations, check out the weather forecast for the next week in Split on the right.
One of the best things you could do while enjoying your time in Split is going swimming and sunbathing at one of the many beaches along the coast. To name a few, there’s Bacvice beach, in the first cove from the city center - near the main train station; followed by Ovcice beach in the next cove, further along the coast, there's the Znjan beach on the south part of the city. Also, there's Bene beach on Marjan hill, Obojena beach near the south slopes of Marjan, and many more.
All of the beaches in Split are popular among the locals and each one is special in its own way, but if you should choose only one beach to visit, it would be the sandy Bacvice beach. It is only a 5 minute walk away from apartment Karla. Bacvice beach is home to a unique sport – Picigin, which has gotten so popular that it has its own world championship.
Location Type Beach, City, Town
AvailableUnavailable Last updated: July 05, 2013 ◀▶
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- Linens Provided
- Paper Towels Provided
- Central Heating
- Soap/Shampoo Provided
- Towels Provided
- Air Conditioning
- Wireless Internet
- High Speed Internet
- Internet Access
- City/Skyline Views
- Dish Washer
- Washing Machine
- Electric Stove
- DVD Player
- Pet friendly - No
- Smoking allowed - No
- Suitable for children - Yes
- Suitable for the elderly - Ask
- Wheelchair accessible - No
- 75 square meters