About Island Solta

The simplicity of Mediterranean life has been greatly preserved on Croatian Island of Solta, and in this busy and stressful life, it might be just the thing you need for your vacation. Imagine yourself having an early morning coffee in a small inn, watching Adriatic waves as they slowly touch the borders of local marina. Such experience is available daily on Solta Island.

In past, the island was often a target of pirate attacks, so locals have constructed a large fort for coastal defense. Today, it serves as a fantastic Hotel of Martinis Marchi, where old history meets modern luxury with style. Settlements of Stomorska, Maslinica, Rogac and many other wait for you to discover their charm, not to mention small inlets perfect for excursions and family ranches offering agro-tourism services. Local delicacies are quite imaginative as well, and actually include delicious paprenjak cookies and cactus marmalade. Old cemetery features numerous Christian Sarcophagus, and is a final resting point of Vesna Parun, Croatia’s most popular female poet.

Island Solta
21430, Šolta, Croatia

What Being a Tourist on Solta Looks Like

Does spending some summer days on Adriatic Island sounds like a good idea to you? If you wish to fulfill this fantasy, Solta might be a perfect destination. This lovely isle can be found in the Dalmatian vicinities of Split, and is a dream coming true to many who seek peace and relaxation. People have lived on Solta’s cozy shores for many centuries, as proven by old olive groves and drywall shelters (not to mention prehistoric forts, remains of rustic villas and ancient Catholic churches). With picturesque settlements and secluded valleys, Solta is a gem that lies largely undiscovered by fans of vacationing in Croatia. What kind of experience can tourist on Solta expect to have? Check out the video…

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