Split Market

Split Market

Located just on the eastern side of the Diocletian’s Palace near the bus station, this busy market is open from the early hours. You’ll find mountains of fresh fruit, all sold by the kilo, as well as fresh flowers. The market also sells souvenirs, clothes, and leather goods, though prices spike in peak season.
Heritage Jupiter Luxury Hotel

Heritage Jupiter Luxury Hotel

Split Old Town, Split and Dalmatian Coast

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Based on 507 reviews

0.2 Km to Split Market

  • Excellent location
  • Unique decor
  • Great for adults
  • Well-equipped rooms
  • Rooftop whirlpool
Cornaro Hotel
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  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Cornaro Hotel

Split Old Town, Split and Dalmatian Coast

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Based on 1145 reviews

0.3 Km to Split Market

  • In the heart of Split Old Town
  • Modern and elegant
  • Close to city's main attractions
  • Superb service
  • Certified Sustainable Hotel
Briig Boutique Hotel
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  • 7 Nights, Bed and Breakfast
  • 2 Adults, 0 Children

Briig Boutique Hotel

Split Old Town, Split and Dalmatian Coast

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Based on 125 reviews

0.6 Km to Split Market

  • Located close to the Old Town
  • Near to the beach
  • Rooftop pool
  • Modern and stylish accommodation
  • Gym and spa
Ethnographic Museum

Ethnographic Museum

Split Old Town, Split and Dalmatian Coast

Get a feel for Croatian life in years gone by at the Ethnographic Museum. See traditional costumes and jewellery Croatians wore, the tools of their trades, and toys and musical instruments they played with. The...

0.1 Km to Split Market - Map

Trg Peristil

Trg Peristil

Split Old Town, Split and Dalmatian Coast

Peristil Square is the former entry hall of Diocletian’s Palace, where the Roman emperor would have addressed his subjects. The spacious courtyard is flanked by tall columns of Italian marble and siennite from...

0.1 Km to Split Market - Map

Synagogue

Synagogue

Split Old Town, Split and Dalmatian Coast

The synagogue in the western walls of Diocletian’s Palace dates from the 16th century. Originally a Christian church, it was adopted as a place of worship by Sephardic Jewish refugees from Spain and Portugal....

0.1 Km to Split Market - Map