Trip from Split
to Ston

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Departure from Split
Selected sights
Estimated arrival to Ston
11:21h

Trip duration: 141min

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Klis Fortress
Croatia

75 min

Overlooking the city of Split, the Klis fortress became world famous after featuring in hit television series Game of Thrones series. But its historical value... is much more significant. In its 2000 years long history that begun with the Illyrian tribe called Dalmatae that used it as a stronghold, the fortress saw many different rulers and crucial events. It is built into a rocky ridge which provides visitors with incredible views of entire Split area and Adriatic islands. The fortress also features a small church, a museum and a room dedicated to Game of Thrones memorabilia.

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Omis
Croatia

90 min

The small Central Dalmatian town of Omis is greatly celebrated among adventurers but history enthusiasts as well. Its location among large cliffs and massive gorges... provides spectacular opportunities for free-climbers and all lovers of outdoor sports like canyoning, rafting and zip-lining. For those less audacious, there are many beautiful beaches of all kinds throughout the town. And if you are keen for some cultural uplift, Omis has 9 churches and 2 fortresses and a fascinating history related to the pirates as it was home infamous Pirates of Omis back in 13th and 14th century.

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Kravica Falls
Bosnia and Herzegovina

75 min

A truly amazing work of nature, free to enter and visitors are also free to swim in the refreshing water … what more one can... ask for? The Kravice Falls is a large lake surrounded by 25 meters waterfalls forming a stunning natural rarity. Although the water temperature is quite chilly, in the heat of the summer many find swimming in the lake the best way to cool down. There is a cafe on spot and a boardwalk around the lake.

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Salona Ruins
Croatia

75 min

The ruins of Solin are well worth spending an hour or two because they consist of many ancient treasures. In its glory days, the 2nd... century amphitheater could hold 18,000 spectators, the Manastirine, a burial place for early Christian martyrs, Tusculum Museum, the remains of a covered aqueduct, public baths, and ancient churches; all this can be explored within the ruins of Solin. All in all, if visiting Split, be sure to make this short detour to Solin because it is just a few minutes’ drive.

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Blue Lake
Croatia

75 min

Although Adriatic coast has many beauties to boast with, we recommend driving a bit off the beaten track and discovering something truly magical – the... Red and Blue Lakes. Both lakes are located near the town of Imotski. Lying in a deep sinkhole, these lakes have impressive dimensions which actually make them some of the largest sinkhole lakes in the world. The Blue Lake got its name from the crystal blue waters, while the Red Lake’s name comes from the red stones surrounding it. Both lakes are stunning natural phenomenon and great attractions. However, there is one more curiosity linked to the Blue Lake – during the hot summer season this lake completely disappears and the dry base becomes a football pitch. If you are lucky enough, you may be enjoying the annual football match between the Elves and the Werewolves on the flat lake basin.

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Makarska
Croatia

105 min

Makarska is a favorite tourist destination for both, Croatians and foreigners. This is the reason why it can get quite busy in summer, but that... is also the reason why Makarska has a vibrant scene of restaurants and cafes, lots of shops and sites to see. The town residents are mostly proud of their many beautiful pebble beaches with pine trees and crystal blue waters. The most intriguing site in town is the Franciscan monastery that hosts an exquisite contemporary mosaic and a delicate shell museum which claims to have the largest collection of snails, shells and mussels in the world.