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My personal favorites regarding food places in Split. Enjoy!
This newly opened pizza place has quickly become one of the hottest not just in Split, but in the whole country. For those who value the true napoletan pizza experience this is a must. They have signature cocktails for every pizza on the menu. You can order pizzas with interesting titles and enjoy a variety of choices with a unique taste – with ingredients like shrimps, mortadella, mozzarella, prosciutto, homemade pesto, cherry tomatoes and olives. Make sure to always call & make a reservation since this is a very popular place.
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Pizzeria Bokamorra
16 Trumbićeva obala
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This newly opened pizza place has quickly become one of the hottest not just in Split, but in the whole country. For those who value the true napoletan pizza experience this is a must. They have signature cocktails for every pizza on the menu. You can order pizzas with interesting titles and enjoy a variety of choices with a unique taste – with ingredients like shrimps, mortadella, mozzarella, prosciutto, homemade pesto, cherry tomatoes and olives. Make sure to always call & make a reservation since this is a very popular place.
Artičok is my personal favorites when it comes to Split restaurants. They offer daily menus (which they serve until 18:30) with 4-5 dishes which change every day. The prices for the daily menu are super affordable and the quality of the food is always high. Their menu is based on traditional dalmatian recipes with a modern twist. I recommend all of their sea food dishes!!
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Articok
19 Ul. bana Josipa Jelačića
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Artičok is my personal favorites when it comes to Split restaurants. They offer daily menus (which they serve until 18:30) with 4-5 dishes which change every day. The prices for the daily menu are super affordable and the quality of the food is always high. Their menu is based on traditional dalmatian recipes with a modern twist. I recommend all of their sea food dishes!!
Kinoteka food and bar is a place for you if you're looking for an amazing seating space - it is located in a 500 years old noble family palace in the heart of the Diocletian palace. Their menu can be described as a fusion of Dalmatian ingredients and Asian cuisine. They offer a wide range of signature cocktails too. Their sushi is one of the best in Split!
Kinoteka food and bar
8 Ul. Majstora Jurja
Kinoteka food and bar is a place for you if you're looking for an amazing seating space - it is located in a 500 years old noble family palace in the heart of the Diocletian palace. Their menu can be described as a fusion of Dalmatian ingredients and Asian cuisine. They offer a wide range of signature cocktails too. Their sushi is one of the best in Split!
To je tako is an authentic mexican restaurant that people from around the world describe as "by far the best Mexican food we'd ever had". The portions are huge and you will not be disappointed with the taste - everything from the menu is packed with flavor. The only downside is that the place is a small family restaurant and they are always full (people even queuing in front to get inside) so I definitely recommend to book a table couple of days earlier!
To Je Tako
5 Ul. Kraj Svetog Ivana
To je tako is an authentic mexican restaurant that people from around the world describe as "by far the best Mexican food we'd ever had". The portions are huge and you will not be disappointed with the taste - everything from the menu is packed with flavor. The only downside is that the place is a small family restaurant and they are always full (people even queuing in front to get inside) so I definitely recommend to book a table couple of days earlier!
This pastry shop I just can't praise enough. With a tradition dating from 1937 it is the oldest pastry shop in town - hence the name - Tradicija :). Get there in the morning or early afternoon and grab one of their pastries for breakfast or snack - their dough recipes are really something else. Try their ice cream for a special treat! But my favorites are definitely the pastries - walnut roll especially!
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Tradicija Bakery
2 Bosanska ul.
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This pastry shop I just can't praise enough. With a tradition dating from 1937 it is the oldest pastry shop in town - hence the name - Tradicija :). Get there in the morning or early afternoon and grab one of their pastries for breakfast or snack - their dough recipes are really something else. Try their ice cream for a special treat! But my favorites are definitely the pastries - walnut roll especially!
If you're up for a quick meal or snack but also want a taste of the mediterranean specialties - this sandwich bar is a place for you! They offer traditional Croatian sandwiches with natural ingredients mostly of Croatian origin and containing NO flavour enhancers, artificial colours or preservatives. All sandwich ingredients are homemade and always fresh. They also offer local beer and wine and I must say they make their own focaccia bread!
Pikanterija food bar
3 Ul. kralja Tomislava
If you're up for a quick meal or snack but also want a taste of the mediterranean specialties - this sandwich bar is a place for you! They offer traditional Croatian sandwiches with natural ingredients mostly of Croatian origin and containing NO flavour enhancers, artificial colours or preservatives. All sandwich ingredients are homemade and always fresh. They also offer local beer and wine and I must say they make their own focaccia bread!
Konoba Fetivi literally means ‘local’s restaurant’. Fetivi is a word in Split for a local, a person who has lived somewhere for a long time, and who was born in a certain place. Plus, konoba is an old Dalmatian word for a restaurant that leans on the traditional side. Meaning, if you’re looking to eat in a Konoba, that means fish, prosciutto, all kinds of seafood, and good wine will be served. One more important thing – it’s put in Michelin guide!
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Konoba Fetivi
4 Ul. Tomića stine
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Konoba Fetivi literally means ‘local’s restaurant’. Fetivi is a word in Split for a local, a person who has lived somewhere for a long time, and who was born in a certain place. Plus, konoba is an old Dalmatian word for a restaurant that leans on the traditional side. Meaning, if you’re looking to eat in a Konoba, that means fish, prosciutto, all kinds of seafood, and good wine will be served. One more important thing – it’s put in Michelin guide!
Bokeria restaurant is, simply put, stunning! This is a shining star in Split’s crown. Bokeria was inspired by the La Boqueira market in Barcelona. Modern and stylish restaurant in the old city offers sofisticated food, respectable wine list and excellent service. Bokeria is an amazing restaurant whose food reflects local Croatian traditions with a modern flare. This place is a tad bit pricier (price range: from 100 HRK, 13€) and it definitely requires a prior reservation. If you happen to go there, definitely try the Hrčin risotto - you won't regret that one!
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Bokeria kitchen & wine bar
8 Domaldova ul.
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Bokeria restaurant is, simply put, stunning! This is a shining star in Split’s crown. Bokeria was inspired by the La Boqueira market in Barcelona. Modern and stylish restaurant in the old city offers sofisticated food, respectable wine list and excellent service. Bokeria is an amazing restaurant whose food reflects local Croatian traditions with a modern flare. This place is a tad bit pricier (price range: from 100 HRK, 13€) and it definitely requires a prior reservation. If you happen to go there, definitely try the Hrčin risotto - you won't regret that one!
Zinfandel’s À la carte menu focuses on quality ingredients, locally-sourced, cooked to perfection, with a modern twist on much-loved Dalmatian classics. With over 100 bottled wines and an extensive range of 30 wines by the glass, they take particular pride in their wine selection. Price range: from 150,00 HRK per person. If you happen to go there definitely try their cheesecake!!
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Zinfandel Food & Wine bar
2 Ul. Marka Marulića
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Zinfandel’s À la carte menu focuses on quality ingredients, locally-sourced, cooked to perfection, with a modern twist on much-loved Dalmatian classics. With over 100 bottled wines and an extensive range of 30 wines by the glass, they take particular pride in their wine selection. Price range: from 150,00 HRK per person. If you happen to go there definitely try their cheesecake!!
Sightseeing
Ok, these places are really a must see when in Split!
The Vestibul was built until the beginning of the 4th century, as an original part of the ancient Palace. It is a circular hall, once domed by a dome. Definitely take a tour to the top for a fee of only 5 kunas - less than 1 euro! If you can't find the tour, ask for it at the Etnographic museum!!
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Vestibulum of Diocletian's palace
1 Ul. Iza Vestibula
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The Vestibul was built until the beginning of the 4th century, as an original part of the ancient Palace. It is a circular hall, once domed by a dome. Definitely take a tour to the top for a fee of only 5 kunas - less than 1 euro! If you can't find the tour, ask for it at the Etnographic museum!!
The bell tower of the Cathedral (57m) is the most original Dalmatian Medieval architecture started in the 13th century. The bell tower was thoroughly reconstructed and somewhat altered at the turn of the 20th century. Definitely climb the steps all the way to the top of the bell tower (for a small fee) where a spectacular view of the entire Split awaits you!
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Saint Domnius Bell Tower
2 Peristil ul.
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The bell tower of the Cathedral (57m) is the most original Dalmatian Medieval architecture started in the 13th century. The bell tower was thoroughly reconstructed and somewhat altered at the turn of the 20th century. Definitely climb the steps all the way to the top of the bell tower (for a small fee) where a spectacular view of the entire Split awaits you!
Peristil is located right in front of the Cathedral of Saint Domnius and it's a great place to have your coffee or glass of wine in the evening. I also advise you to check the roman guards show on the Peristil square - every day at 12:00 am!
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Peristil
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Peristil is located right in front of the Cathedral of Saint Domnius and it's a great place to have your coffee or glass of wine in the evening. I also advise you to check the roman guards show on the Peristil square - every day at 12:00 am!
Matejuška is a great place to have a beer with the locals! Of course you will buy your beer at the small beer shop - Mali dućan (don't let the size fool you - it's got a wide range of local and foreign beers).
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Matejuška
3 Trumbićeva obala
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Matejuška is a great place to have a beer with the locals! Of course you will buy your beer at the small beer shop - Mali dućan (don't let the size fool you - it's got a wide range of local and foreign beers).
In this museum you can request a tour which will take you to the top of the walls of the Diocletian's palace. The key thing is that there is enough people so they can form a tour, at least 4-5!
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Split City Museum
1 Papalićeva ul.
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In this museum you can request a tour which will take you to the top of the walls of the Diocletian's palace. The key thing is that there is enough people so they can form a tour, at least 4-5!
Cool Bars
The Marvlvs Library Jazz Bar is run by Tin who is an Argentinian poet with Croatian origins. The bar's name comes from the famous Croatian poet Marko Marulić - who is considered the father of Croatian literature. The atmosphere, the architecture of the place, the jazz and the books - make up the best bar in Split in my opinion.
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Marvlvs Library Jazz Bar
4 Papalićeva ul.
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The Marvlvs Library Jazz Bar is run by Tin who is an Argentinian poet with Croatian origins. The bar's name comes from the famous Croatian poet Marko Marulić - who is considered the father of Croatian literature. The atmosphere, the architecture of the place, the jazz and the books - make up the best bar in Split in my opinion.
Possibly the weirdest, and most unique, bar/club in Split, Academia Club Ghetto is a stop you must make if you’re looking for something outside the box. Located in the city center, just on the edges of the palace walls, it is the perfect place to find Split’s more colorful characters. Among locals it has the reputation of being a cool place to spend a night, whether it be out on the terrace or inside the club. No matter what you choose, you’re in for a treat.
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Academia Club Ghetto
10 Dosud ulica
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Possibly the weirdest, and most unique, bar/club in Split, Academia Club Ghetto is a stop you must make if you’re looking for something outside the box. Located in the city center, just on the edges of the palace walls, it is the perfect place to find Split’s more colorful characters. Among locals it has the reputation of being a cool place to spend a night, whether it be out on the terrace or inside the club. No matter what you choose, you’re in for a treat.
This bar clearly stands out and brings some much needed refreshment to the Split bar scene. It resides on your left while ascending the Dosud steps. This place will surprise you with cheap cocktails and an awesome little cave-like room at the back which is carved out of the palace wall. A few eclectic seating arrangements on the steps make for a popular summer choice. It is also a great option to have your morning coffee - the steps being one of the most popular seating spaces with the locals.
Fluid
1 Dosud ul.
This bar clearly stands out and brings some much needed refreshment to the Split bar scene. It resides on your left while ascending the Dosud steps. This place will surprise you with cheap cocktails and an awesome little cave-like room at the back which is carved out of the palace wall. A few eclectic seating arrangements on the steps make for a popular summer choice. It is also a great option to have your morning coffee - the steps being one of the most popular seating spaces with the locals.
This bar is a must see when in Split - it is super popular with the locals, especially during the weekends when it hosts local DJ's. The bar is unique because every month it features the art of a different artist on their walls, hence the name - Galerija. In front of this bar there is actually a restaurant owned by the same people who run the bar - definitely recommend this too - the food and the atmosphere of their seating space are both amazing and I always get great feedback from my guests about this place!
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Galerija Bar Food
9 Dominisova ul.
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This bar is a must see when in Split - it is super popular with the locals, especially during the weekends when it hosts local DJ's. The bar is unique because every month it features the art of a different artist on their walls, hence the name - Galerija. In front of this bar there is actually a restaurant owned by the same people who run the bar - definitely recommend this too - the food and the atmosphere of their seating space are both amazing and I always get great feedback from my guests about this place!
Basket is a small pub / cafe in Split and it is one of the oldest ones - opened in 1973. For years it functioned as a gathering place for all guest profiles, journalists from nearby Slobodna Dalmacija newspapers, workers from Skver, Jugoplastika and other companies of the time. Thanks to its pub design, there is an inevitable interaction between guests that gives the bar a touch of a small lounge where everyone knows everyone. Basket still remains today a small, modest place with affordable prices and a carefully selected selection of music that brings together all sorts of locals.
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CAFFE BAR BASKET
42 Ulica Domovinskog rata
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Basket is a small pub / cafe in Split and it is one of the oldest ones - opened in 1973. For years it functioned as a gathering place for all guest profiles, journalists from nearby Slobodna Dalmacija newspapers, workers from Skver, Jugoplastika and other companies of the time. Thanks to its pub design, there is an inevitable interaction between guests that gives the bar a touch of a small lounge where everyone knows everyone. Basket still remains today a small, modest place with affordable prices and a carefully selected selection of music that brings together all sorts of locals.
Coffee places
The menu at Kava2 includes espresso, cappuccino, latte, americano, affogato, coffee shake, cold brew, etc. In addition, they offer some other classic drinks such as natural juices, smoothies and tea, as well as small snacks in case you get hungry. If you find their coffee cups unique and cool that's because they are handmade. Their modern industrial design combined with minimalism, keeping the smallest detail in mind, will definitely win you over!
kava2 | Specialty Coffee Shop Split
2/1 Ul. Ante Starčevića
The menu at Kava2 includes espresso, cappuccino, latte, americano, affogato, coffee shake, cold brew, etc. In addition, they offer some other classic drinks such as natural juices, smoothies and tea, as well as small snacks in case you get hungry. If you find their coffee cups unique and cool that's because they are handmade. Their modern industrial design combined with minimalism, keeping the smallest detail in mind, will definitely win you over!
D16 cafe is a specialty coffee place located in the very center of Old Town Split. Perfect for quick morning runs before heading to the beach. Or even better, for spending a relaxed morning/afternoon people watching and drinking coffee. The coffee is brilliant, perfectly made to everyone’s taste. Made from a blend of Honduras and Colombian beans, a 100% Arabica roast is sure to wake you right up!
D16 Coffee
16 Dominisova ul.
D16 cafe is a specialty coffee place located in the very center of Old Town Split. Perfect for quick morning runs before heading to the beach. Or even better, for spending a relaxed morning/afternoon people watching and drinking coffee. The coffee is brilliant, perfectly made to everyone’s taste. Made from a blend of Honduras and Colombian beans, a 100% Arabica roast is sure to wake you right up!
This small coffee to go place is a heaven for coffee lovers. You’re sure to recognize the place, if not by sight, then by smell. Fresh roasted beans and coffee smell wafts through the streets, alerting you that you are so very close to the perfect cup of coffee. They don't have any seating space - It is a tiny place with a big soul.
4coffee soul food - Specialty Coffee Shop
9 Ul. Hrvoja Vukčića Hrvatinića
This small coffee to go place is a heaven for coffee lovers. You’re sure to recognize the place, if not by sight, then by smell. Fresh roasted beans and coffee smell wafts through the streets, alerting you that you are so very close to the perfect cup of coffee. They don't have any seating space - It is a tiny place with a big soul.
Nightlife
While it is one of the very few clubs in Split for which you have to pay an entrance fee, it is extremely popular. And the location in the very center of Split doesn’t hurt its popularity. Their programme is aimed at a public that enjoys good DJ-s and the Billboard top 200. There are quite often theme nights and DJ-s with guest spots; something for everyone.
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Central the Club
4 Trg Gaje Bulata
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While it is one of the very few clubs in Split for which you have to pay an entrance fee, it is extremely popular. And the location in the very center of Split doesn’t hurt its popularity. Their programme is aimed at a public that enjoys good DJ-s and the Billboard top 200. There are quite often theme nights and DJ-s with guest spots; something for everyone.
Beaches
The beaches located on the Marjan hill or around it are a bit less crowded, while Bacvice beach and the beaches surrounding it are always packed - but worth it!
Obojena – perfect for those summer night & night swimming when the lights are set for the mood and there are not many people around. During the day it is a bit crowded but still a great option for a swim!
Obojena beach
Obojena – perfect for those summer night & night swimming when the lights are set for the mood and there are not many people around. During the day it is a bit crowded but still a great option for a swim!
On Kasjuni beach you can find a combination of sandy, pebble, and rocky beach. There you’ll find beach bars to have a cocktail & relax on a deck chair. Kašjuni are also a bit cooler than the rest of the city, which is a big plus during summer heat. There is also a nudist beach and a dog beach near the Kasjuni beach!
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Kasjuni Beach
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On Kasjuni beach you can find a combination of sandy, pebble, and rocky beach. There you’ll find beach bars to have a cocktail & relax on a deck chair. Kašjuni are also a bit cooler than the rest of the city, which is a big plus during summer heat. There is also a nudist beach and a dog beach near the Kasjuni beach!
Bene – city’s beloved beach with a pine forest in the middle of the Marjan hill. You’ll find a tennis and football court there, also a restaurant/bar. Considering the beach is a bit far from the center the best way to approach it is to rent a bike, or go by bus.
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Beach Bene
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Bene – city’s beloved beach with a pine forest in the middle of the Marjan hill. You’ll find a tennis and football court there, also a restaurant/bar. Considering the beach is a bit far from the center the best way to approach it is to rent a bike, or go by bus.
Bacvice beach is the most popular beach in Split - with shallow waters, it’s great for families with children. But also for picigin – the most popular water game in Split. Another big plus is that Bacvice beach has quite a few bars and cafes surrounding it. A local favorite is the cafe bar Žbirac, located just above the main pat of the beach.
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Bacvice Beach
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Bacvice beach is the most popular beach in Split - with shallow waters, it’s great for families with children. But also for picigin – the most popular water game in Split. Another big plus is that Bacvice beach has quite a few bars and cafes surrounding it. A local favorite is the cafe bar Žbirac, located just above the main pat of the beach.
Only a few minutes away from Bacvice there is the Ovčice beach. This small, pebble beach is a bit more quiet then the very popular Bacvice, but just as nice. Just above there is a small children’s playground, and a few restaurants and bars.
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Ovčice
4 Put Firula
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Only a few minutes away from Bacvice there is the Ovčice beach. This small, pebble beach is a bit more quiet then the very popular Bacvice, but just as nice. Just above there is a small children’s playground, and a few restaurants and bars.
Firule is a sandy beach – also popular with families in Split. Easy enough to find as it is on the same path that Bacvice and Ovcice are. There you can find some of the best restaurants & cafe places – Dvor and Mythos set a bit above the bay offering a phenomenal view.
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Firule Beach
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Firule is a sandy beach – also popular with families in Split. Easy enough to find as it is on the same path that Bacvice and Ovcice are. There you can find some of the best restaurants & cafe places – Dvor and Mythos set a bit above the bay offering a phenomenal view.