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Kafić Obojena Svjetlost

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Vlado & Ivana
Vlado & Ivana
July 30, 2018
One of our beautiful beaches, with clear sea and an amazing view on the surroundings .
Jelena
Jelena
July 16, 2018
Great public beach for kids and families
Karlo
Karlo
October 23, 2017
Nice beach with few caffe bars, grill restaurant...
Luka
Luka
August 24, 2017
Pebble beach with beach bar - great for kids
Ivana
Ivana
August 20, 2017
Pebble beaches with caffes

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Point of Interest
“Beach Kašjuni is westernmost of the Marjan hill, and the first beach from the beach Kaštelet western-ward. Popular for families with children. The beach has a deep bay, small pebbles, a Café, and changing cabins.”
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Κατάστημα ηλεκτρονικών
“Area of 50 000 m2 with lots of shops and a variety of entertainment for its visitors. In this shopping center you can also find a restaurant, lots of coffee bars and McDonalds.”
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Νυχτερινό κέντρο
“Bacvice beach and Picigin Game Split’s main beach is Bacvice, a mostly sandy beach famous for the Picigin game, a game played with a small ball in shallow water. It is an urban, central city beach, situated a few minutes' walks south of the railway station. It’s the most popular party beach with a few restaurants, café bars, and nightclubs all lined up and easy to walk to.”
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Νυχτερινό κέντρο
“Night club with a great view on most popular sandy beach in Split - "Bačvice". Great choice of cocktails.”
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Route
“Prokurative (Trg Republike) is a large square situated west of Riva, like Venetian St. Mark's Square, surrounded by three non-Renaissance buildings with arches, and the square has its name that most people know it. The square is only open to the south, providing a wonderful view of the Port and the River. The construction of the Prokurative was initiated in the middle of the 19th century by one of the most prominent mayors in the history of the city Antonio Bajamonti, who wanted to show that Split was all based on Italian traditions. There are also colonnades like Venetian, and reliefs over the windows that invoke ancient and Renaissance influences. Bajamonti made a great theater”
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Τοποθεσία
35 Šetalište Ivana Meštrovića
Split, Splitsko-dalmatinska županija 21000