In the historic city of Split, in culturally rich Croatia, sits a small but elegant hotel, itself drenched in history, starting out as a simple fisherman’s hut some 350 years ago. Being under those freemasonry stonework walls, opposite the church of St Luke and near to the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s palace, you are guaranteed to be touched by the Croatian life and culture.
If you’re looking to escape a cold winter, come down to the Adriatic and soak in Split’s warm weather and atmosphere. Spend your days people watching on the Riva promenade, eating local specialities and designing your own cobblestone walking tours around this historic city. Experience the Advent in Split when the city comes alive with festivities and celebrations throughout December.
Take a day tour, a ferry or a scenic drive to explore other gems of Dalmatia, like Dubrovnik, Šibenik and the Krka National Park with its majestic waterfalls. Spend the day in Trogir, sometimes called a city-museum because of its rich cultural heritage and intact authentic architecture. Trogir, like many other Dalmatian towns have been recognised by UNESCO and listed as World Heritage Sites. Touch as many of these sites as you can while you’re visiting us, for an authentic experience of Dalmatia.