Split-Tacular: Britain’s Most Popular Newspaper on Central Dalamtia

It is Britain’s favourite newspaper with a circulation of around 4 million copies, and a great showcase for destinations looking to attract the British market. The UK is one of Central Dalmatia’s strongest growth markets, a trend is set to continue in 2017, with even more flights announced.

The Sun found Central Dalmatia to be Split-Tacular, with seven key reasons why this is the destination for your summer holiday:

“Sitting on Croatia’s Dalmatian coast, Split – the country’s second largest city – is seriously pretty, with UNESCO-protected architecture and views of the Adriatic.

“Spend an afternoon wandering the cobbled streets to the sound of the nuns singing at St Dominic’s Church. Grab a pre-dinner Ozujsko, £5 (Croatia’s favourite beer) at Lvxor, across from the steps of Peristil square and take in live guitar music.

“Spy the 20ft statue of Gregory of Nin outside the gate of Diocletian’s Palace, too. Legend has it that rubbing his big toe brings good luck!”

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