Split DMC – Best Venues & Activities for your Events.
Split the eternal city, emerging from the walls of the Roman Emperor Diocletian’s massive palace, offers a wide variety of hotels, venues, shore trips and activities as well as its position as the gateway to the Dalmatian islands.This 1700 year young city nestled beneath the Hills of Marijan exudes a Mediterranean air. Its four and five star hotels, all newly constructed, draw on this natural and cultural heritage to provide guests with a truly regal experience. International hotel chains are just beginning to discover this burgeoning destination, teaming with local owners to establish expected industry standards while allowing local charm and character to prevail.
Majority of hotels are sea side and have their own jetties allowing for access by sea. This can be capitalized upon as a gateway to the nearby islands or as an alternative to a coach transfer from the hotel. Can you image a better way to start off a program?A fantastic mix of ancient and modern, Split offers a diversity of venues suitable for every taste. Venues within Diocletian’s palace include his cellars, an exact layout of his palace, can be privatized and are ideal for themed evenings which can include gladiators and a visit form the Emperor himself.
As a Dalmatian cultural and entertainment center, the city boasts many contemporary locations available for all event needs. From Modernist palaces with their elegant and clean lines, to hip lounge clubs, Split really has it all.
A wonderful counterpart to the activities available in the city itself, Split, boarded by rivers to the north and south and sheltered by islands to the west, can provide any number nature oriented activities. City hunts, themed activities, rafting, canyoning, biking, sailing, national park visits, culinary experiences, just to name a few, are all accessible within only a short transfer via land or sea. Whether brave at heart or culturally oriented Split offers something for everyone.Top
Exploring Split & The Region
This city has the perfect blend of history and modern influences, its considered the heart of Split for not just visitors but for locals as well.
It’s not merely museums and historic buildings, its restaurants, shops, an abundant green market, the famous „Riva“ for coffee at a cafe, its rubbing the foot of Grgur Ninski for good luck; its friendly people.A relaxing afternoon visit to the town of Trogir is definitely not to be missed.
Just 30km from Split, Trogir with its concentration of palaces, churches, towers and fortresses on a small island in every way deserves its nickname “THE STONE BEAUTY”.
A little bit further from Trogir is the National Park Krka a breathtaking park with cascading waterfalls, hiking paths and a Dalmatian Handicraft village. After visiting Krka we suggest a stop at Etnoland – a perfect place to get a glimpse into the traditional heritage of the Split Region.
Island Brač, one of the largest island in Croatia, where the famous Brač limestone originates, offers not only a beautiful seaside areas but a variety of active programs including hiking to the highest peak of the island with spectacular views, bicycle tours or sailing and kite surfing.
If you are looking for a more off the beaten path Island, Šolta is the perfect spot. Known as the „Olive Oil“ Island a short speedboat or ferry ride will take to the island where groups can visit olive groves & production facilities and taste a variety of olive oils. Groups looking to hold an offsite meeting can be pleased to know that on Šolta a restored Castle that is now a boutique hotel has modern meeting facilities as well as a spectacular restaurant.
Activities Split & Dalmatia
A biking tour around the Split city center is another great way to explore the city in a more interactive way, while the Segway tour allows both cultural experience and fun.
The People of Split, among other things, are probably most proud of their sun and beautiful crystal blue sea. Due to its perfect climate and position Split has become a mecca for sailing regatta’s and other water activities including kayaking, jet ski safaris and scuba diving. A memorable kayaking tour can be organized from the town of Trogir to end in a historic water mill where groups can enjoy a traditional lunch.
Team Building Split & Dalmatia
Go ‘treasure hunting’ while exploring the city, find locations and take pictures during ‘old town challenge’, deactivate ticking bomb in ‘James Bond’ or escape from everyday stress while playing ‘paintball’ are just some of the team building activities that can be offered. Looking for something more special allow us to create an a la carte team building program just for your group integrating the key points and goals of the company.
For groups that want to enjoy and learn something at the same time a varieties of activities are available.
Cooking Classes – get to know Dalmatian cuisine and prepare a savory meal…
Creative Workshops – make your own souvenir, jewelry or painting
Making cocktails – Learn to make the famous Cocktail , this unique Croatian cocktail uses only local ingredients including liquor of the maraschino cherry and candied oranges to add a touch of sweetness.
Some other team building activities include:
- painting classes
- cabrio car tours
- mini Olympics
- treasure hunt
- hiking tours
- mountain biking
- programs supporting local communities like planting trees; visiting institutions, kindergartens or old people’s homes; recycling activities
- sailing and many other activities
Split, the center of Dalmatia is equally ideal for events held on the land or on the sea. Rich evening programs with gala setup can be arranged at alluring Venues in Split within the very core of Spit town – Diocletian’s Palace.
Evening on the ship, as one of the options, with special setting and cool entertainment, cruising in front of Split and around its islands is a proven and fantastic group solution.
SPLIT – Special, Unique & Exclusive Locations
City center restaurants located in the city center are very true to ambiance with stone interiors often confused with the Diocletian’s Palace! The menus tend to be a mix between Croatian and Italian cuisine featuring a combination of both modern and rustic.
Bolster the traditional feeling by adding a typical Dalmatian Trio singing songs and playing guitars and mandolins or traditional Dalmatian ”Klapa” singing ”a capella“ and experience all that is Croatia.
With a cuisine that encompasses all of the Mediterranean’s charm and a wine list to impress, those restaurants will certainly provide memerable experiences.
Split, a 1700 year old city by the sea where the Roman Emperor Diocletian built his palace – today a UNESCO World Heritage site offers you numerous historical venues that can be used for various Events.
The Villa, which has recently been renovated, is situated on the sea, in a private bay, featureas a luxuirious terrace and unforgettable views. Do not miss the sunset or a gala dinner on the terrace of this presidential Villa.
With the nearby islands groups can sail off to the Islands and explore or enjoy a cocktail cruise or dinner while sailing past the Old City of Split.