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Unique Things To Do in Split, Croatia

Updated: Apr 22

It's no secret that Croatia has become a popular coastal destination for every "euro summer" trip. Between the hundreds of islands, great food, and even better wine... Croatia should be at the top of everyone's travel list.

Today we are going to talk more specifically about Split. Split is one of the largest cities in Croatia, last year over 900,000 people traveled here. If you're starting research on Split or maybe looking for new unique things to do, we made a list of our favorite activities during the summer season!

Split Adventure

If you're looking for an adrenaline rush, this is the best company in Split! From canyoning, rafting, and tubing there are plenty of options with different levels for everyone in your group. Split Adventure hosts day tours while they also provide multi-day tours which is great for stag groups!

Split Food Tour

If you're a foodie traveling around Croatia this is a must-try! On this tour, you will make around 5-6 stops trying the authentic cuisine of Croatia including Burek, local fish, and Gelato. You'll be sure to leave this tour with a full belly and a smile on your face that's for sure!

Split Boat Party

You can't visit Croatia without attending one of the wildest activities! The world-famous boat parties attract people from all over the world! Hop on this floating club with over 250 people to discover a different side of Split. Out To Sea Split offers 2 fully stocked bars, and even a swim stop at the Blue Lagoon. 10/10 this will be the highlight of your trip.

Paint and Wine Studio

If you're looking for a cute date night idea or maybe something a bit more calming this is the perfect idea! Grab a paintbrush with a local glass of wine and let the stress of traveling leave your mind for a while. The best part is that everything is already provided so just show up with a smile and have a great night!


We wanted to save the most unique for last. Welcome to Froggyland which has also been voted one of Europe's strangest museums. A taxidermist named Ferenc Mere stuffed frogs between 1910-1920 which have now been turned into 21 exhibits for tourists to visit. If you're wondering what to do on a rainy day in Split this could be a great idea!


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