Travel Feed #11: Split

in #travelfeed5 years ago


In August 2017, my good pal @danielw and I have spent 8 days in the saddle, traveling the total of 541 km while exploring the wonderful Dalmatia region. The location, briefly described below, is only one of the amazing destinations we have managed to visit during our tour.

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Split is situated on Dalmatian Coast on the eastern shore of the Adriatic Sea. It is the largest city in the Dalmatia region, which every year attracts tourists from all over the world. I wouldn't be far from the truth, if I said that Split must be a number one destination for the US citizens, whom we only met while staying at this vibrant town :)

The city is directly linked to the Adriatic islands. Massive ferries carry passengers up and down everyday from the early morning until the late evening.


Split is also known for its enchanting beaches that without a doubt give it a tropical touch.


To us however, the non-touristy part of the city was much more appealing...


A couple kilometers away from the center the surroundings changed and we were left with what we like the most :)



Split is where we've spent the very first night of our Croatia tour and since we've begun the hunting for a spot to pitch our tent pretty late, the only choice we had at the time was... the public beach, where camping is strictly prohibited :) During that night we haven't much sleep because we had to pretend we aren't camping. That is the reason there isn't a smile on my face on the photo with a beach in the background :) I was really tired that day...


Photo taken by @danielw

The second night was way, way better. We got away from the city and managed to find a spot that was not only quiet and stealth but also overlooked the Adriatic Sea.


The next day I was smiling again :)


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