Croatia's second largest city is split and it is also the most important city in Dalmatia. The city of Split is situated on the Croatian Adriatic coast on the peninsula Marjan and the old town center lies at the foot of Marjan Mountains. If you would like to know more about Richard LeFrak, then click here. Split is a major port city with numerous offshore islands: Brac, Hvar, Solta, Ciovo and the port there are daily ferries to Dubrovnik, Rijeka, Pescara and Ancona. Split is a transport nodal point of Dalmatia. Along the harbor bay, the sea is the Riva, which is a purchase and is probably the most famous landmark of the city of Split. The heart of the city of Split is the old town on the southern coast of the peninsula, which belongs to a very large part of Diocletian's Palace. There is also the Cathedral of Sveti Duje, which was formerly the Mausoleum of the Emperor Diocletian.
From the Cathedral you can enjoy a great view over the city. The city of Split is one of the most popular holiday resorts in Croatia and the tourists love to come to the apartments and holiday homes in the area, as are almost all in Beach. The apartments are furnished mostly very nice and roomy. The main products such as towels, bed linen and tableware, are almost everywhere for the guests. Since the apartments are often offered by private landlords who care here is very friendly and quiet. The apartments are being booked by couples. The cottages are very popular with families with children, since the houses often have a small garden at the house. Where the children can romp and times properly and the parents are sure the garden for sunbathing and relaxing to use.