The island of Sholta is so close to Split that it is practically a suburb of the Croatian Adriatic metropolis by the sea. Only 19 km long and five km wide, this small island is a short ferry ride and an ideal day trip from Split. It is a hilly island with steep shores, mostly on In addition to the abundance of protected bays, Makija, the plants and shrubs that cover the island are perfect bee pastures, which is why Sholta is known for its honey.Tourism on Sholta is more and more developed, but it is not nearly as visited as the main Croatian islands. The main activities still revolve around the centuries-old production of olive oil and honey, making it ideal for those who want to deviate from the standard tourist trail to see traditional island life, taste local specialties, enjoy sipping a glass of local wine watching unforgettable sunsets.
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