Activity Options from Split

About Activity Options from Split

Summary

A selection of small group activities available to pre-book for our holiday customers in Split.

Duration: One Day

  • 1. Zipline Adventure [TUES / THURS / FRI]
  • 2. Sea Kayaking [TUES]
  • 3. Rafting [WEDS]
  • 4. Two Islands Swimming Cruise [MON / WEDS / FRI / SUN]
  • 5. Marjan Hill Hiking [DAILY]

Itinerary

  • 1. Zipline Adventure - [TUES / THURS / FRI]

    A rush of adrenaline as you descend through the Cetina River canyon on a steel rope secured by a belt. This adventurous activity naturally includes training as well as the equipment and a short walk in beautiful surroundings with stunning views of the canyon. 

    The zipline is located 3 km from Omis and consists of eight wires with a total length of 2100m. The longest wire is 700m long and it is situated 150m above the ground. Depending on the group size the excursion will last about three hours.

    Please note that this tour includes a significant amount of walking and guests with walking difficulties are kindly requested to take this into consideration. Head protection and comfortable shoes are recommended.

    • Includes: expert guide, safety instruction, transportation and drop off, equipment
    • Price: £ 88 per person

  • 2. Sea Kayaking - [TUES]

    Watching from a sea level the 1700-year-old palace of Roman emperor Diocletian will provide you a remarkable experience of the Adriatic port of Split. Starting from the western side of the port your kayaking tour will proceed towards the southern side of Split's forested Marjan Park. Your tour along the coast will include the area of Kastelet with the gallery of the famous Croatian sculptor Ivan Mestrovic and the Villa Dalmatia, that once belonged to later Yugoslav communist leader Tito. The kayaking tour will also pass close to the Maritime Research Institute where you will return to for a drink later. From the water you'll see fabulous scenery as well as the city, dominated by Diocletian's Palace a UNESCO World Heritage site.

    • Includes: english speaking instructor, transfer, life-jacket, paddle, snorkeling equipment, waterproof container for personal things, double seat kayak and, if necessary - a neoprene suit
    • Price: £ 38 per person

  • 3. Rafting - [WEDS]

    Rafting on the Cetina river is one of the most popular trips in Dalmatia. Rafting in the protected area of the river canyon attracts many tourists every summer. The quiet parts of the crystal-green river together with the second and third grade rapids mix adventure and tranquility in this three hour trip along the canyon. Your journey ends in Blato na Cetini Village where you will have free time for individual activities.

    Not recommended to non-swimmers and children under 10 years.

    • Includes: transfer, english speaking instructor, life jacket, helmet, paddle, rafts
    • Price: £ 55 per person

  • 4. Two Islands Swimming Cruise - [MON / WEDS / FRI / SUN]

    Enjoy a relaxing journey visiting the beautiful islands of Brač and Šolta! Swim in a secluded cove in the Adriatic Sea, discover the picturesque town of Stomorska where, after lunch, you can explore the charming village or have a swim at the local beach. The experienced crew will show you how to spend a perfect summer day! Choose your own ideal place on “Polaris” spacious decks … and relax.

    • Includes: boat cruise, visiting two islands of Brač and Šolta, croissant in the morning, afternoon lunch during navigation, including soft drinks, local wine, coffee
    • Price: £ 68 per person

  • 5. Marjan Hill Hiking Tour [DAILY]

    Marjan Hill is considered to be the green lungs of Split. The guided hike starts from the entrance to the Diocletian's Palace cellars and it will take you initially through the narrow streets of the old peasants' district of Varoš to the first viewpoint, next to the 16th century Jewish cemetery. From there, you will walk through pine tree forest next to an old abandoned zoo, and favourite picnic spot for people of Split, all the way to the top of the hill at an elevation of 178m above sea level. From the top you will be able to enjoy the view over the entire city and mountains surrounding it. From there, on a clear day, you can see all the central Adriatic islands. After stopping for a view and taking photos, your guided will take you to the old hermitage of Saint Jerome. In this place hermits used to live in the dwellings that were built into the caves so that only the facade is visible. After a photo stop, find your way down the hill past the church of Our Lady of Bethlehem and Saint Nicholas back to the old town.

    • Distance: approx. 6 km
    • Highest point: 178 m above sea level.
    • Terrain: mostly gravel, with some concrete and asphalt.
    • Duration: 2.5 to 3 hours
    • Includes: guide
    • Price: £ 24 pp

Reviews

"Rafting at Omis was really excellent. The young guide was very professional and we felt confident in his skill and care."

R Hazeldine, UK, July, 2019

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