Splitska is a small village located 7 km from Supetar, island of Brac. Splitska date its origins in the XVI century and it was destroyed by the pirates of Omis. In the past the port of Splitska the stone of Brac was exported for builing the palace of Diocletian.
Splitska, Brač (Dalmatia, Croatia)
Splitska, Brač – Don’t miss
In the cave of Rasohe, near Splitska, you can admire the relief of Hercules in the rock. The church of Splitska and was dedicated to the Blessed Vrgin Mary in Stomorna. Famous is the castle of Cerinic with the remains of the chapel of St. Jadre. The economy of Splitska is based on agriculture, viticulture and olive growing and now is developing into a tourist center with private apartments and holiday homes all along the coast. Famous are pebbled and graveled beaches in the bays of Splitska and Zastup surrounded by pine forests. We recommend Splitska to all families looking for a quiet holiday where you can taste delicious dishes of Dalmatian cuisine.