Located within a wonderfully comfortable sailing distance from Brac, Hvar, Korcula and Vis, this buzzing city will provide you with a buzzing social scene and incredible history.
Walking around after your gelato break, you'll probably stumble into Diocletian's palace, which today comprises about half of the Old Town. Divided into four parts by main walls - Golden, Silver, Brass and Iron walls, to be more precise, it is one of the best-preserved monuments of Roman times.
If you feel lured by the seas to sail away into more quiet locations, visit Solta, the small island of figs and honey to immerse yourself in the calm of this little haven that preserved its authenticity from tourist crowds.
Kornati archipelago is another true gem to explore after Split - enjoy offbeat track sailing, incredible waterfalls and virgin nature. These mostly uninhabited islands will serve as the perfect spot for a silent night at anchor and hidden restaurants that serve some of the best food in the Mediterranean. With more than 380 islands, reefs and islets, Kornati is often described as a "nautical paradise".
A part of the archipelago got a national park status due to its unparalleled beauty and nature - make sure to explore the stunning coastline and marine life diversity. Relish on delicious seafood at Konoba Soleta to try some of the best fish you'll stumble upon while on your Adriatic yacht charter vacation.
If you feel tempted to prolong your vacation in Croatia, you won't regret it, as there is so much to explore. The region of Istria provides a more metropolitan feel due to its Italian influence. If you choose to go there, you'll be amazed by truffle-studded dishes and the roman colosseum located in the picturesque city of Pula.
Check out the national park Brijuni or the city of Rovinj - Croatia really is an experience that will have you wanting more.