Winterfest 2021
Four seasons in Solin

About Solin

The area of Solin is located in Central Dalmatia, 5 kilometers northeast of Split. It is pleasantly positioned on the southern, sunny slopes of Kozjak Mountain (780 m) and the western slopes of Mosor Mountain (1340 m), on an area that extends to Kaštela and Trogir, Podstrana, Omiš and Split. The area of Solin includes Solin, Vranjic, Mravince, Kučine and Rupotina.....

How to get to Solin

Solin is perfect to stay at. Located in Central Dalmatia, 3 kilometres northeast of Split, the town of Solin is in the immediate vicinity of significant roads: Adriatic Highway (D8), only 15 kilometres away from A1 Highway (Dugopolje junction). It is 20 kilometres away from the Split Airport and 5 kilometers away from the Split ferry port and the main railway and bus stations...

Tourist Office

Dear visitors and associates, Thank you for visiting the website of the Solin Tourist Board. We hope that we provided all necessary information and that you enjoyed the contents of our website. If you have any further questions or you require any kind of further information, please contact us via e-mail, by phone or fax, or visit us

Zvonimir Cultural Centre gift shop

The Zvonimir Cultural Centre gift shop offers visitors the chance to purchase authentic Solin souvenirs, produced at the Zvonimir Cultural Centre Souvenir Workshop. The gift shop is located at the Solin Tourist Board office and some of the items in the range include replicas of the most beautiful Salona portraits, Roman oil lamps, ancient money and plates...

The Policy of Personal Data Protection

All about GDPR and personal data protection.

Important telephone numbers


We would like to express our deepest gratitude to all those who supported our web page redesign, and special gratitude for helping and providing materials goes to:

Text for Town history and Monuments (except for Solin today) is taken from the book „Salona-Solin- town and monuments
author: Željko Rapanić
publisher: Tourist board of Solin - Zvonimir Solin 2004.
Photographs: Jakov Teklić

Video "Visit Solin" - Design studio D production

Video "Romance in Salona" - Spalatofilm

VIdeo "From Solin pot" - Spalatofilm

Text for Cuisine is taken from the cook book „ What will I cook today? – Notes from Medo's kitchen"
Text: Mia Sesartić
Recipes: Zoran Kljaković Gašpić-Medo
Photographs: Jakov Teklić

Text for River Jadro taken from Slobodna Dalmacija, 12.04.2010.
author: Bože Ujević

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