The Coastal Journey experience - A Le Meridien perspective
Le Meridien Lav Split is the perfect spot to begin the Dalmatia Coastal Journey on the road. Take your time and explore new places and things, expanding your mind and watching Croatia and Split off the beaten tourist tracks and away from from tourist mainstream.
Here below an interesting selection of places to visit.
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Here below an interesting selection of places to visit:
Trogir: 20 km west of Split, is one of the most seductive towns on the dalmatian coast. The old-town, surrounded by the sea, is a cluster of palaces, belfries and cobbled alleys fanning our from an antique square. Is considered one of the most best preserved Venetian city in Dalmatia.
Primosten: this nice village heaped up on an island that's joined to the mainland by a short causeway. This place features ultra clear water that surround pebble and rock beaches. The landscape offers patchwork of dry-stone walls, vineyard plots and olive groves.
Sibenik: the city center is a maze medieval, and his St. James cathedral is one of the finest architectural monuments in the southeastern Europe. Located in a fascinating area between 2 national parks: Kornati (archipelago with about 150 small islands) and Krka (river with famous and numerous waterfalls).
Zadar: Built on a peninsula, this city combine ancient and medieval heritage with a vibrant and young cafè scene, all this is surrounded by a go-ahead seafront featured by contemporary and innovative installation as the "greeting to the sun" and the "sea organ". Don't forget to visit the Archeological museum, the Campanile, and St Mary's Church.
Omis: located 20 km in the south of Split, for centuries thanks to his features has been an impregnable pirate stronghold. The old town well kept is surrounded by city walls and dominated from the Venetian fortress. This amazing town features a sand mixed gravel long beach with crystal clear water.
Makarska Riviera: located at the foot of Biokovo mountain features incredible long pebble beaches. The city of Makarska offers boisterous nightlife in the summer season along the seafront promenade. We invite you to visit the amazing Biokovo Nature Park, a combination of lush pine forest and arid mediterranean scrub; you could also reach the top of the mountain Sveti Jure 1422 metre high, with a unique view on the dalmatian islands.
Le Méridien Lav Split's Art Programme aims to take you on the journey to discovering talented local artists.
Partnership with Gallery of Fine Arts - Galerija Umjetnina Split
We launched a unique partnership to encourage guests to explore the best of Split with free entrance tickets at the Gallery of Fine Arts - Galerija Umjetnina Split. This art museum in Split displays a well preserved collections from 14th century up to present alterpieces from all over Dalmatia with an overview to the local art scene.