About Solta
Solta
Šolta is a small island in Middle Dalmatia and certainly one of the greenest and most beautiful islands of the Croatian Adriatic. Not too big and not too small, Šolta is 19 km long and about three kilometres wide. Steep cliffs form the southern coast, pleasant coves in the north offer possibilities to swim, while the western parts are mostly made up of olive groves and vineyards, offering plenty of opportunities for hikes and places to visit. Šolta is about nine nautical miles away from Split. One of the largest ports in the Adriatic, Split is not only the capital of Dalmatia, but also its cultural and touristic centre. Split is easily accessible on the new motorway from Zagreb, as well as by train or by air. Half an hour’s ride on the passenger ferry will take you to the island, while the car ferry takes about fifty minutes.
About Stomorska
Stomorska
Stomorska is a typical little Dalmatian fishermen’s village and the oldest coastal village on the island. Pick your choice under several restaurants, little pubs and places serving pizza for local hospitality and entertainment. Of course there’s a post office and several stores and even an ATM, for your daily needs. A regular bus service covers the entire island, but you can also rent a bicycle or a scooter and explore the island on your own. In the village itself, there’s also a flood-light tennis court; water skiing and mountain biking are also on offer.
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