The official site of the Tourist Board Split-Dalmatia County

The wooded Marjan hill above Split, a green oasis of pine forest in the middle of the town, is not only a place for walks and activities but also a peninsula with a rich religious and cultural heritage with as many as twelve small churches and chapels. These were built during the centuries in which Marjan was a spiritual refuge for Split inhabitants who expressed their Christian religion through pilgrimages to the hill above the city. For nature walking lovers, there is a tour of those churches and chapels which can be an exceptional opportunity to see Marjan whilst enjoying the greenery and the unique view of the town’s panorama and coastline that this hill offers to Split’s inhabitants and their guests.




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