Have you thought about combining work and vacation? Getting things done but also enjoying your free time full of activities and sightseeing tours? Split may be the best city to do so!
Being the city with more than 2800 hours of sunshine yearly, makes it a great destination for workation.
If you are looking for something similar, feel free to contact us and we’ll make sure that your workation will be enjoyable and at the same time productive!
What is included in a typical workation? Accommodation, tours with local guides, transfers, activities and more.
Find out how a typical workation looks like down below. Every workation is tailored to the wants and needs of our clients, so be sure to send us all your wishes and we’ll make sure that you get the most out of your stay in Split. It is indeed a combination of work and vacation, exploring and enjoying the city, but also having enough time to work and getting things done.
Day 1: ARRIVAL IN SPLIT + TRADITIONAL MEDITERRANEAN DINNER
This day is reserved for you to arrive in Split. In the afternoon you will enjoy a delicious traditional Mediterranean dinner and then you’ll have the afternoon free to explore the beautiful city at your own pace.
Day 2: HISTORICAL TOUR OF SPLIT + TOUR TO POLJUD STADIUM
Discover Split's history with a local guide and explore all the relevant sites Split has to offer such as Riva Promenade, The Peristyle of Diocletian’s Palace, Cathedral of Saint Domnius, Grgur Ninski Statue, The Golden Gate and more. In the afternoon we will visit the famous Poljud Stadium. After that you’ll have free time to enjoy the beautiful city.
Day 3: ISLAND SPLIT BOAT TOUR
Island Boat Tour to one of our most famous island such as Brač, Pakleni, Šolta or Hvar.
Day 4: TRIP TO CETINA CANYON
The morning will be reserved for an adventure trip to beautiful Cetina Canyon.
Day 5: KLIS FORTRESS & VISITING SALONA
We will spend the last day visiting the Klis Fortress, which is a fortress situated near Split. After that we will visit Salona, the largest archaeological park in Croatia, and according to the legend, the birthplace of Emperor Diocletian.