Selection of Croatian wines in a local wine bar
Selection of Croatian wines
in a local wine bar

SPLIT WALK & WINE

Split Walk & Wine is the perfect tour to introduce yourself to our beautiful town and the history, culture and gastronomy behind it. By combining a classic walking tour with a wine tasting, you get the best of both worlds!

First, we will show you our home town from a local perspective, take you to see the spots, hear the stories and get the best insider tips. Afterwards, we are going wine tasting in an authentic working-class suburb just minutes from the city center.

Split holds many wonders, such as the iconic Diocletian's Palace, 1700 year old living organism, that has witnessed everything from the deaths of emperors to the birth of dragons. Touch the gigantic toe of Grgur Ninski for good luck, solve the riddle of the ancient sphinx and experince the hustle and bustle of Mediterranean in a green market. You can even showcase your sunglasses on the sunny Riva promenade, the longest runway in Split.

You'll conclude the trip with a laid-back wine tasting paired with a selection of local tapas style foods. And remember, there's nothing wrong with several wines before noon!


Duration: 2 h
Open group tour price: 48 € per person
Private group tour price: 250 € per tour

Tour info

  • Language: English
  • Group size: max 8 people
  • Daily departures: 10:00 AM (for additional start times contact us at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or in form below)
  • Private tours available on inquiry
  • Meeting point

 

Price includes

  • Licensed english speaking local guide
  • Wine tasting of 3 wines paired with a selection of tapas style foods

photos by Wind Rose Split

Did you know?

First suburbs of Split, outside the historic center, were inhabited by working-class people: farmers, laborers, fishermen, coopers... Most of them worked the fields and vineyards of local nobility and clergy, maintaining only a portion of the crops. Every year, come the wine season, hundreds of „konobas“ or storage rooms in the suburbs, would turn into taverns and open their doors to thirsty locals. That's why we still call an authentic restaurant a „konoba“!

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