Pansion Žanić

Pansion Žanić
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Pension Zanic occupies a special place in tourism in Central Dalmatia. Situated in Podstrana, 8 kilometers from the city of Split, located on the Adriatic coast, with beautiful sea view and Dalmatian islands Brač, Hvar and Šolta. Pension Zanic consists of 5 apartments and 2 rooms on 4 floors, has a private beach (seafront), guarded parking lot and big terrace. Each apartment has satellite TV, air conditioning, balcony and bathroom. On a large common terrace it is possible to have breakfast or enjoy the beautiful view. Friendly hosts are always there for you.

Podstrana is a small tourist town near Split (8km), that except for its rich cultural heritage, olives, vine and peaches is well known for its friendly locals, good cuisine and beautiful beaches of the 9 km long coast. While you enjoy your holiday in Pension Zanic You can visit many beautiful places.

All rooms and apartments are 3 star category (3 star) category.

If you want something different from the classic holiday, See our accommodation in authentic Dalmatian house Vila Danica in ethno-eco village of Upper Podstrana.

City of Split

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Split is a Mediterranean city located on the Marjan peninsula. Split is the cultural and political center of Dalmatia (historical region, sometimes much larger, now stretching from Karlobag to cape Prevlaka near Dubrovnik), the official seat of Split-Dalmatia County. In Split, there are about 180 000 people, making it the second largest city in Croatia.

The official history of Split goes back 1700 years in the past, when the Roman Emperor Diocletian built a palace on the site of the city, in which he would retire at the end of his reign. And before that, the Split area was inhabited by Greek colony named Aspalathos, which is the Greek name for a broom (Spartia juncea), shrubs bright-yellow flower that still grows on the eastern slopes of the park-forest Marjan.

In Split You can enjoy a stroll along the waterfront of Split and ancient Diocletian's Palace. Inside the palace there is a rich life with many restaurants, cafes and monuments. Diocletian's Palace is a World Heritage Site by UNESCO and it is the only monument of degree zero in the world where life takes place daily and normal. The rich cultural summer program will definitely offer something for You. In Split, you can visit numerous museums, galleries, theaters and cinemas. Be sure to visit

You can walk the entire length of the coastline of the city, to see the many beaches and enjoy the numerous restaurants.

For all the information on cultural events in the city of Split please visit Split culture

City of Trogir

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Trogir is a World Heritage Site and is called the "city of monuments." Trogir was founded by Greek colonists in the 3rd century before Christ. Through the centuries it was claimed by the Romans, Byzantines, Hungarians, Venice, Napoleon. Cathedral of St. Lawrence with Radovan's portal and the Chapel of St.John, Kamerlengo, city gates, palaces Čipiko, Town Hall, St. Nicholas, museum, art collection Kairos are just some of the sights of this city.

UNESCO has also stated: "Trogir is worth, Trogir is a world heritage site. But do not look anly for a rock. Reflect the spirit hidden in that rock. Look around for all the builders, architects, artists, patrons, all those stories that are in the background of this stone, which created Trogir and preserved the spirit of past centuries. "