Should the wheater be a littlebit less than normal you can consider a group experienc in Split by visiting Room Escape for an interesting adventure. 
You can choose to try to escape from a truefull prison or from a bunker where you have to disarm a nuclear bomb in 60 minutes by solving a lot of clues.
A unique and thrilling experience!


For fans of sculpture in Split is the gallery  Mestrovic. A museum in a monumental building in which the most important work of the 20th century sculptor Ivan Mestrovic can be found. Mestrovic is considered the Croatian Rodin. The permanent exibition contains a treasure of sculpures, drawings, sketches, furniture and archtecture.
The collection of sculptures consists of the models in plaster and the finished sculptures in bronze, marble and wood. In short: ultimatly interesting and wortwhile.


In Kotlenice at about 40 km. from Seget Vranjica (near Dugopolje) you can visit an impressive cave.
The entrance of the cave is at about 452 m. at the foot of the mountain  Mosor and is more than 100 m. long. The temperature in the cave is through the year about 15 degrees Celsius and a humidity of 68%, so you will not need special clothing. This underground world with stalactites and stalagmites, formed by thousands of years activity of water can be visited in about an hour and you will get all information by the owner who is pleased to show you around.

Perfect daytrip to combine with a vist to Solin or Klis.


In the summerseason you can make a boattrip from the harbour in Seget Vranjica to the "blue lagoon" on the island Drvenik Veliki. This is a shallow bay between the islands with extraordinary clean water where it is splendid to snorkel. The boat is going more times in daytime so you can decide for yourself when you go and when you return. There is a restaurant where it is pleasant to stay a while.


In the middle of the woods near  Sibenik is the raptor centre (sokolarski centar) Dubrava. Though difficult to find and an website only in Croatian we mention this center on our website because a visit is very much worthwhile. The centre is free to visit but we advise you to attend the sympathic and capable demonstration with a lot of explaining in English and a very surprising show.