Twins Apartment is located in the center of Split in a traditional Dalmatian stone house just 3 minutes walking from the Diocletian Palace and Riva promenade.
“A brilliant place to stay - cannot recommend it enough. A perfect location in the center of Old Town Split with so much around you. The apartment was in a secure quiet courtyard and we loved the interior - very minimalist and modern yet very well equipped for any length of stay including a washing machine. Tanja the host was brilliant from a flexible check in to helping with suggestions for restaurants. Would highly recommend staying here for a trip to Split and will recommend to friends straight away - 5*!! Thank you Tanja!”
Our modern duplex apartment made of wood, bricks and stone is located in Old Town in a bulding dating more back than 100 years. What makes it attractive is a beautiful terrace with a view on the lovely old Meditteranean rooftops.Come and enjoy!
“we loved our stay: the incredible jasmin flower scent on the airy/large balcony which was perfect for the many AMAZING meals we enjoyed, yoga/zoom exercise classes and 'working from home'/ conference calls. The living room cum kitchen is larger than on the photos and Jere just put in a nice new grew comfy couch. The bathroom/kitchen are super clean/new and very practical. Jere speaks fluent English and is the most helpful & considerate host! The flat is in Varos - the best location in Split old town: 2min to fish market and best (glutenfree etc) bakery Krusic, Pandora Greenbox (vegetarian), Articok & Corto Maltese for heavenly meals. The green market is out of this world with delicious produce (sprouts, greens, fava beans, wild asparagus, fresh cherries..). There is a bio-bio (wholefoods style) supermarket also just 3min away. A Spar in the Old Town and a Konzum behind the theatre up the road. we cooked the most delicious local fresh fish dishes in the flat! The Riva is a 2min walk and the Jadran beachclub is <1km walk. we rented bikes and went to a beach 3km away with Joe's beach club. amazing, totally deserted. Split has transformed with D16 (barrista coffee) and Ela's Icecream for serious high quality icecream. If you haven't been, try Dvor for the setting/ and food. if you like pizza, only Pizzeria Bokamorra (brandnew/high end pizza/cocktail bar). Ulje restaurant is locally homecooked/ excellent value (in the old town). You are living like a local in a complex of old stone houses, narrow cobbled street, so perhaps bring earplugs if you are sensitive to early morning scooters and elderly ladies speaking fully engaged and with bad hearing :). We will definitely be back! Thank you again Jere & Ivana!”
The apartment is a newly converted, 200 years old wine cellar. It is situated on the ground floor of a typical Croatian stone house which dates back to 1800s. You will enjoy a unique, traditional Dalmatian interior. The stone inside will keep you warm in winters and cold in hot Split summers. Emperor Diocletian's Palace is only 5 minutes away. (You will see similarities between his cellars and your apartment! If you come with car, 50m from Apartment is public Parking (60kn per Day)
“The accommodation is very central which is great because you can walk almost anywhere. The host was always available and also gave tips on what would be worth seeing and where you can find food, shopping and entertainment everywhere. The apartment is perfect for couples because it has a modern and romantic style. You feel very comfortable even though it is exceptional. It is definitely recommended! We really enjoyed it and thank you for the great stay!”
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