The day starts with a highlights tour of Diocletian’s Palace and the medieval Old Town.
You’ll then drive up hill to the Klis Fort, which dates back to the 3rd century Hellenic period and was built up to it’s current size during the Venetian period.
The derivation of the word Klis in ancient Greek means ‘Key’, as historically whoever held the fort controlled that part of the country.
The views from Klis span over the Split peninsula, coastline and nearby islands.
You’ll continue by taking the local roads in the Dalmatian hinterland driving alongside the Dinaric Mountain Range, seeing the hillside villages, hearing about the history and interesting local tid bits.
On the local roads there are few cars and you’ll follow the Cetina River downstream to the acclaimed Radman’s Mills restaurant for lunch as an option. See website at: www.radmanove-mlinice.hr
After lunch you’ll drive down to the estuary town of Omis, hearing about it’s pirate history and seeing the massive cliff face back drop and limestone streets & houses.
The drive back to Split continues along the Dalmatian Coast by seaside villages.