Solin is a small, slightly mainland town in central Dalmatia, only 5 km away from Split. Solin developed on the site of the ancient city of Salona, which was the capital of the Roman province of Dalmatia and the birthplace of Emperor Diocletian. Tourism has recently been developing on the basis of numerous archaeological sites.Also known as the cradle of Croatian history, this city is a city of rich historical and cultural heritage as evidenced by numerous impressive archaeological sites, the remains of walls with towers and gates, grandstand, ancient amphitheater and numerous cultural and entertainment facilities that will delight every visitor.Recently, Solin has begun to preserve its natural attractions and resources, including the Jadro River, which splits into several streams in the city center, creating several small islets and waterfalls. Apart from being a paradise for culture and history, the town of Solin is also perfect for recreation and sports where long walks, running, cycling, hiking and other recreational sports are offered.
№116 in Cities of Croatia