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The webcam opens a view of the marina of the city of Split, located in the historical region of Dalmatia, on the shores of the Adriatic Sea in Croatia. The live broadcast in high definition shows Marina Zenta, a small harbor located 1.5 kilometers east of the main port of the city.
The beautiful marina, demonstrated online, is privately owned, but guests can visit the moored boats.
Split, where the live broadcast is coming from, is located in the center of the Croatian coast between Zadar and Dubrovnik, and divides Dalmatia on two parts. Split you see online is located on the Marjan Peninsula, between the Kaštela Bay and the Split Canal at the foot of the Mosor Mountains.
The historic center of Split in webcam is included in the UNESCO World Heritage List. From the sea, the city in the webcam is surrounded by the archipelago of the islands of Brač, Šolta, Drvenik, and beyond them – Hvar, Vis and Biševo.
Popular travels from Split in the live camera to the island of Hvar, known as the “Island of Adventures”, and to the unspoiled island of St. Andrew.
Split guests often visit the Marjan Hill, located on the peninsula of the same name. The main attraction of the hill is the chic palace, erected under the Roman emperor Diocletian.
The most popular city beach in Split with harbor shown by the live camera, is “Bacvice”, located near the historic center.
Walking through Split, shown online, climb the 60-meter bell tower of St. Domnius Cathedral and descend into the ancient crypts.
The main attraction of the city in this webcam is the Diocletian’s palace, built in 305. Since 1979, this historical monument has been included in the UNESCO World Heritage List.
It is pleasant to relax in the park “Marjan” with stately peacocks, where there is an observation deck – a mountain overlooking the city. There are carved into the rock churches of St. Nicholas and St. Jerome
The center and meeting place of the city of Split with marina visible in the online camera, is Peristil Square. It is surrounded by old churches: among them is the current cathedral of St. Domnius with the relics of saints and an altar of the 15th century in the Gothic style.
The climate in Split in live feed is typically Mediterranean. Winter is warm and humid, summer is hot. The average annual temperature in the city is about 16.1 ° C. Weather forecast in Split for 7 days is available on our website online.