Easily find the best price and availability from all major travel websites at once.

Recommended accommodation - Solin, Croatia

Check-in Date
Check-out Date
- +
Number of persons
Split-Rentals.co.uk offers you the largest list of private accommodations in Solin available on the internet, a rich photogallery and much more. Find apartments, villas with pool, studio-apartments, from cheap rooms to luxury apartment with no reservation cost. Check out guest reviews and ratings, and have a best vacation in Solin.

Apartments Solin, Croatia


Holiday houses/Villas Solin, Croatia


Hotels Solin, Croatia


Tourist information

Solin is a little town in Croatia, located just northeast of Split, on the Adriatic Coast and the river Jadro. In Solin, you can explore significant ruins of historic Salona just outside and sandwiched between two freeways. The Salona ruins are somewhat off the tourist path which helps you to smoothly mediate with the ghosts of past. The most remarkable leftover is the 2nd-century arena that was ruined by the Venetians in the 17th century. At one time it could house 18,000 fans.

Additionally fascinating is the Manastirine, a mausoleum for early Christian saints that belongs to an archeological reserve that includes the Tusculum Museum. Additional leftovers from the early Christian time frame include the leftovers of a cemetery temple that originates in from the 4th century and the wrecks of a three-nave basilica with an octagonal baptistery. Solin was also the place of birth of Dictator Diocletian who after his abandonment retired in his royal residence in Split, then only a little fishing settlement. The climate is Mediterranean, with moderate winter months and very hot summers. In the course of the winter months, a sturdy north-eastern wind called "Bura" blows very often. Offering excellent transportation connections with other cities and positioned on the road between Split and Trogir, Solin is a great spot for an attractive day-trip.

Hiking in Solin

If you would like your vacation to become more dynamic, Solin is the ideal spot for adventure and recreation. You can on have long strolls, go running, biking or take part in various other recreational sporting activities. The small river Jadro is an outstanding place for walkers and hikers, begin your route from its estuary in Solin and stick to it throughout the five kilometers long trekking tracks until its ends at the foothill of Mount Mosor.

History of Ancient Salona

When Dictator Diocletian constructed his royal residence in Split at the end of the 3rd century, it was the closeness to Solin that caught the attention of him. Solin was integrated into the Eastern Roman Empire in the 6th century but was wrecked by the Slavs and Avars in 614. The residents ran away to Split and close-by isles, leaving Solin to fade. In the Roman times, Salona was the economical hub of the Dalmatia, achieving its peak in the times of Emperor Diocletian who constructed his royal residence in Split. Barbarians mopped down in the 5th century signaling the end of Roman empire. Salona finished up in the Eastern Roman Empire but in the 7th century, the Slavs moved in and tore down the town. Nowadays, with its autonomous municipal status, Solin belongs to the Split conurbation, effectively linked with other cities. In addition to industry, a tourism is being established just recently based on numerous historical sites and Solin's unique reputation that originates from several urban parks around the river of Jadro.

Accommodation in Solin

You may explore Solin for business or for summer holidays, however, pleasurable hosts, fantastic service and cozy private apartments and family hotels will turn your tour to the Solin very enjoyable. Guests to Solin can pick between a range of 3 and 4-star hotels, hostels or private accommodation, holiday apartments, and luxury villas.

The best ways to reach Solin

  • By ferryboat: from Rijeka and Ancona (Italy) to Split, then by getting a regional bus.
  • By car: from Austria via Zagreb, and from Italy via Rijeka.
  • By bus: from all bigger Croatian towns to Split, after that by getting the regional buses.
  • By train: from Zagreb to Split or Solin (Croatian Railways - Solin Railway Station), then by getting a bus.
  • By airplane: To the Split International airport then by shuttle bus, taxi or local bus to Split.

Distances to other cities

  • Solin - Split 3 kilometers.
  • Solin - Trieste 320 kilometers.
  • Solin - Zadar 120 kilometers.
  • Solin - Zagreb 390 kilometers.
  • Solin - Rijeka 369 kilometers.
  • Solin - Vienna 525 kilometers.
  • Solin - Berlin 1030 kilometers.
  • Solin - Ancona 235 kilometers.
  • Solin - Dubrovnik 225 kilometers.

Towns and villages nearby


Town is recommended for

Adventure and sport, families with teenagers, families with young children, girls getaway, romantic trips, sightseeing

Solin, Croatia - General details

Arboretum, fitness centre, zoo, rich gastronomic offer, swimming, walking paths, rent a bike


  • Casino Platinum Casino Platinum ~ 5,7 km from Solin
  • Maritime museum Maritime museum ~ 6,2 km from Solin
  • Wine shop Viola Wine shop Viola ~ 6,3 km from Solin
  • Franciscan monastery Franciscan monastery ~ 6,3 km from Solin
  • Poljud Stadium Poljud Stadium ~ 6,4 km from Solin
  • Art gallery Jaksic Art gallery Jaksic ~ 6,4 km from Solin
  • Archaeological Museum Split Archaeological Museum Split ~ 6,5 km from Solin
  • Dva Tona Bar Dva Tona Bar ~ 6,6 km from Solin
  • Grgur Ninski Statue Grgur Ninski Statue ~ 6,6 km from Solin
  • Town museum Town museum ~ 6,6 km from Solin
  • Croatian National Theater Croatian National Theater ~ 6,6 km from Solin
  • Charlies Bar Charlies Bar ~ 6,6 km from Solin
  • Art gallery Vidovic Art gallery Vidovic ~ 6,7 km from Solin
  • Synagogue Split Synagogue Split ~ 6,7 km from Solin
  • Split Cathedral Split Cathedral ~ 6,7 km from Solin

Solin - weather

© 2013-2021 Split-Rentals.co.uk