Island Solta

Island Šolta, Croatia is a top tourist place for its beautiful beaches and crystal clear water

Island Solta tourist information 


Island Solta is a small Croatian island located in the central Dalmatian region of the country. It is a popular tourist destination known for its natural beautya and charming villages. Island Šolta  is home to several charming towns and villages, each offering its own unique character.

Some of the most notable villages on the island include:

Grohote: The largest town on the island, is a charming mix of old and new, with narrow streets, stone houses, and historic churches.

Stomorska: A picturesque fishing village known for its traditional architecture and seafood restaurants.

Maslinica: A small village located on the western coast of the island, known for its beautiful bay, marina, and historic castle.

Rogač: A village located on the southern coast of the island, known for its stunning beaches and clear waters.

Nečujam: A small village located on the western coast of the island, known for its scenic bay and tranquil atmosphere.

Each of these towns and villages offer a unique perspective on island life, allowing visitors to fully immerse in the culture and history of Šolta.

Visitors to the island can enjoy outdoor activities such as swimming, hiking, and water sports. Šolta is also famous for its olive groves and vineyards, offering visitors the opportunity to taste locally produced olive oil and wine. Additionally, the island’s rich cultural heritage can be explored through its numerous historical sites.


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