Because of its coastal location and warm climate, Split has a lot to offer active travelers.  Boating, fishing, and swimming are all popular water sports, and golf and tennis are popular within the city and at many of its resorts.  The more adventurous may even try their hands at rock climbing at nearby Marjan, or hiking in the Marjan forest.  There is, however, one activity that almost everyone can participate in, even entire families, while seeing the city at the same time:  walking. 

Split is a beautiful city and walking tours of its historic streets and waterfront are very popular among tourists. The Split Tourist Board offers an entire page devoted to Diocletian palace tour, including maps and suggested itineraries.   On the page visitors can click on the section of the city they wish to visit and get instant maps, descriptions, and photos.  The tourist board also provides paper maps to walkers, located at most hotels and tourist offices in the city.

Take a daily tour with kayak and professional guides. 4 EXPERIENCES IN 1 tour takes you along the coast of beautiful Marjan peninsula, where you will not only paddle in kayak, but you will also swim and snorkel in warm and clear sea, while the spirit of adventure in you will be satisfied while climbing and jumping from the rocks standing above the sea. All of this seasoned with the anecdotes from past and present friendly guides.


Cycling is quite common in Split and you will find many cyclists on Marjan hill, where you can rent cheap priced bikes. For better quality bikes, visit this website. Great hybrid, mountain and road bikes available. You can ride outside of Split as well, but avoid main roads. Another great option is to take ferry and explore the islands of Brac, Solta or Hvar 

It´s a shame to live on the seaside and not enjoy it, so offers a variety of sports and activities such as fishing, spearfishing, sailing, rafting, kayaking, off road quad adventures...