This city is a sensation. Imagine a large business town with all the amenities that belong to such a place - which is also a travel resort - and located in arguably the most beautiful part of this planet - the Mediterranean coast! Yes, the gorgeous blue Adriatic Sea on one side, and small mountains on the other one build the background for this historic city, which looks a bit like Marseilles - only it is a much safer and cleaner place.
The city is big, but not too big: With its population of 220 thousand its very specific tourist-paradise atmosphere is preserved while at the same time it is an extensive, yet mid-sized business center.
Split is a very old place: Most historians say that its age is about 1700 years, but in fact it may be much older - having been founded as a Greek colony. Later it was turned into a Roman settlement - the walls of the palace inhabited by Roman emperors still form the heart of the city center until this very day. Surrounding them, there is the beautiful old town, which in a way looks very Italian, but with a distinctive Croatian note. The most famous symbol of the city is the Riva, a promenade just by the natural port. Of course, Split is a UNESCO world heritage site, as this is clearly a place humanity needs to protect - it is endowed with monuments from virtually all historic periods known to man.
During the communist time, Split was an industrial center, but now the city's economy is mostly focused on trade and services. This development certainly has the benefit that factories clearly seem out of place in so idyllic a place, so shutting them down seems in some way reasonable. The downside, however, was that this led to high unemployment in the early nineties. Fortunately, it is now observed that the economic free market reforms installed by the Croatian government have succeeded in attracting commerce, many of which international, to the city. However, it can definitely be stated that Split has not yet fulfilled its true potential - and investment is still ongoing.
Split is also a cultural hub - especially its summer festivals are worth mentioning, among them the Split Musical Festival and the Split Summer theater festival - which not surprisingly attract performers of world renown. Also Split's eating culture is enough of a reason for a visit - and be prepared for a lot of fish and sea food. Split's chefs are famous for their multitude of recipes.
Development land 50m from the sea sourounded by pine forest. [ read more » ]
This commercial facility (suitable for any retail, currently working as a clothes/accessories shop) is located within the pedestrian zone of Split Old Town, the second largest city in Croatia. The city center extends to the boundaries of what was once the Roman Palace, therefore the inner city area is under UNESCO´s protection as a world heritage. [ read more » ]
Luxury villa on the seafront, overlooking the bay and village bellow. Modern design by famous Croatian architect. Villa has 3 storeys, pool outside, spacious and only hour from airport, or half hour by speedboat, located on the island near Split. [ read more » ]
Large 5 apartments stone house on the beach! only 1 hour drive from airport, or half hour by speed boat, on the island near Split, fantastic and rare opportunity to buy beachfront property. [ read more » ]
Luxury apartment on two storeys, with parnoramic seaview, only 30 m from seafront! Beautiful beach in front. Two rooms, living and dining room, modern bathroom, airconditioned, balcony, parking place. [ read more » ]
A 400 sqm house in Podstrana, arranged on two levels. Set in a 1000 sqm plot of land, in the first row to the sea. [ read more » ]
BUILDABILITY of the Parcel - 8103 m2
1. Dark Yellow zone - 4,000m2
2. Light Yellow zone - 1,500m2
3. Maximum buildable Footprint - 40%
4. Maximum Height - 3 floors
5. Maximum building coefficient (living space) - 0.8 - (ie 80% of building area)
6. Maximum building area – 4400m2 [ read more » ]