A great place to watch the sunset! The walkway to the port is well maintained-there are benches to sit down and watch the boat sailing in and the sunset. We were lucky to see a local bazaar promoting local products on the sidewalk, and we also tasted and bought some delicious food. The restaurants near the pier are expensive. The closer to the theater, the cheaper the price.
The port of Split is one of the most beautiful ports I've been to. It is almost comparable to Pearl Harbor, especially when the lights are on, the night falls, and it makes me cry. I also saw promotional materials at the port, there are gay cruises, so curious
Split is a port city in southern Croatia, located on the east coast of the Adriatic Sea. It is the first largest port in Dalmatia. You can sunbathe in the square in front of the harbor and watch the sea water color change under the sun. Feed the pigeons, eat seafood, and feel the beauty of nature.
There are many cruise ships docked at Split Riva Pier, and cruise ships depart to various tourist islands in Croatia. There are many routes. There is a promenade along the pier leading to the city. The promenade is very beautiful and there are many people walking in the morning.