Brasserie on 7 is located on Today’s famous Split’s Riva that was once known as the French Riva during Napoleon’s occupancy and held its name long after his departure. Their Executive Chef utilizes principles of French gastronomy to highlight Croatian Cuisine and presents it on a
Walk in and it’s hard not to feel the cosiness of the first Croatian olive oil bar, a place for fine wining and dining with a menu revamped almost daily pending on the fresh ingredients coming through. The one thing that doesn’t change is its
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. Interior has smooth shelves lining
Located by the seaside promenade in the heart of the city. Once you get here, you’d wish to stay just as forever. Designed in an intentional juxtaposition of classical architecture and modern touchstones. It seeks to be timeless and sophisticated just as a true olive
The Sinjska alka [siɲska alka] is an equestrian competition held in the Croatian town of Sinj every first Sunday in August since 1715. It commemorates a Croatian-Venetian victory over Ottomans on August 14, 1715 in which the local Christian population of around 700 Croats in
An out of the ordinary pizzeria and cocktail bar. The pizza menu is brief, and the premium ingredients are sourced fresh in Italy or home-made onsite. The pizzas are light, soft, springy and tasty. Add a creative cocktail list and a vibrant interior (pizza oven
Restaurant Zrno Soli (‘Grain of Salt’) is a stylish fish restaurant with tables overlooking the bobbing yachts. It is a busy restaurant – especially on Saturday in the summer but they always go out of their way to make each and every guest feel special.