Kaštela holiday rentals
Boasting some of Croatia’s most picturesque coastline, this ancient town is a great destination to book a holiday home whether you want a romantic break for two or a family getaway. Situated between Trogir and Split, this town is in a great location. Located near any holiday accommodation in Kastel Stari, you won’t be far from any of the beaches that the area has to offer. The beaches of Kastela Riviera are made of six km long bays and bathing spots, covered by pines and tamaris. Described as a peaceful and safe place you can feel secure when you visit this tourist friendly town.
From fields of lavender to water sports, there’s something for everyone when you stay in Kaštel Stari
The lavender festival happens every June on Hvar island, bringing together locals and tourists. There are presentations on lavender distillation, dishes made with lavender, activities and even live music! But the island of Hvar is a great spot to visit any time of year.
There are also plenty of water sports to keep you busy whilst on your holiday. Some examples are wake boarding, banana boats as well as yacht trips, a canoe safari and sailing. Information can be found in the local area about prices and timings.
The Krka waterfalls are not to be missed and should be near the top of your list to visit when you book a holiday home in Kaštel Stari. Tourists and locals alike come here to bathe and enjoy the amazing scenery. The crystal blue water and the breath-taking surroundings form an ideal afternoon’s relaxation are easily reachable from any holiday home in Kastel Stari. The waterfalls form part of the Kornati National Park, which is described by many as a nautical paradise, diving and snorkeling opportunities are in abundance. Daily tours of the Kornati National Park are organised by ship owners and operators registered for the transport of passengers by boat and who have a contract with the Kornati National Park for such activities in the Park. Booking a holiday home in Kastel Stari provides you with the perfect opportunity to visit Split and Solin, two other beautiful places in Croatia which are recommended as good days out.
Taste Croatia for yourself
In the countryside, people mostly grow grapes in order to make wine, but they also grow fruit and vegetables. As the wine is manufactured so locally it is a must to taste if you want to sample the real local cuisine. Other local cuisine is mostly meat based, but there is everything from seafood to pasta so you are spoilt for choice when you choose to book a holiday home here.