Discover all the highlights of Split city by Tuk Tuk, an electric vehicle. First, we will stop at Bačvice beach, a shallow sandy beach and a favorite bathing beach in Split where people love to play "picigin". It was awarded a Blue flag which is a symbol of quality offer and clean sea. After, you will visit stadium called Poljud, located on the northern side of the Split peninsula. Next, you will have a chance to see the view of the whole city, nearby islands and the beautiful clear sea from "Vidilica", where we will stop for 20-25 minutes.
Kašjuni beach will be our next stop after "Vidilica". It is located in the surroundings of green peninsula od Marjan, in a bay on the south coast. Then, you will drive to Sustipan, the southwest cape of the Split, named after a Middle Aged monastery of St. Stephen under the pine trees, which served as the resting ground to the Croatian Kings. In the beginning of 19th century, it became the first cemetery in Split and now, the only thing preserved to this day is a Classicistic gloriette. Last stop will be Diocletian's Palace, that was built for the Diocletian, Roman Emperor in the 4th century AD. Today it forms about a half of the old town of Split. The term "palace" can be confusing because it actually looks more like a large fortress, half of it used by Diocletian personally and the rest housed the military garrison. The terrain slopes gently seaward and is typical karst, consisting of low limestone ridges running east to west with marl in the clefts between them.