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Make a holiday apartment in Kastela your home away from home

This Central Dalmatia town is a place where tourists come to find holiday accommodation as they visit the Kastela Riviera and the rest of the beautiful Dalmatian coast. It has been a place of peaceful respite since the days of the Romans and Croatian kings who came to enjoy the beautiful coastal landscape. Today visitors can still partake of Kastela’s delights, including a new marina where they can hire a vessel for a ride on the Adriatic Sea. HomeAway offers holidaymakers a variety of holiday rentals in Kastela including elegantly furnished apartments not far from the sea and lavish holiday homes with private swimming pools. Air-conditioning, ample parking and washing machines are provided in most of these holiday homes.

Things to do

-Marina: Those who’ve always dreamed of sailing the open seas on a luxury yacht can do so while holidaying in Kastela. All they need to do is visit the newly built marina there and charter the vessel of their choice.

-Beaches: Since the days of the Roman empire people have always sought quiet repose on the peaceful shores of Kastela. Sunbathing on the fine sand while enjoying the sea breeze is just what the doctor ordered for stressful city life. Visitors could take a stroll along the beaches or gaze dreamily at the vessels bobbing in the harbour as they relax.

-Trogir: Tourists lodging in Kastela holiday apartments will not want to leave the Dalmatian coast without taking a tour of the nearby town of Trogir. This is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, and one of Europe’s best preserved medieval towns. Apart from exploring the city’s tiny streets which are lined with brilliant eateries, and its ancient Roman ruins, visitors must spend time on its picturesque beaches.

-Split: Also not far from Kastela is the famous city of Split. This city is built around Diocletian’s Palace which is a UNESCO World Heritage Site as well. Visitors will have this and other medieval sites including St. Jude’s Cathedral which was built around 305 AD to explore. After this they can soak up some rays on the beach at Bacvice. There are numerous places to eat or buy ice-cream here.

-Sports: Not only can visitors swim off the coast of Kastela, they can easily find facilities for tennis and other sports such as the local favourite, picigin. From the Kastela Marina holidaymakers can be able to launch out for sailing trips or scuba diving expeditions.

Weather in Kastela

Kastela experiences temperate Mediterranean climate which sees temperatures rise to averages of about 27°C in the height of summer. There is a bit of rainfall at this time though average precipitation remains below 80mm until September. As autumn replaces summer temperatures fall from an average of 17°C in October to just 4°C in December.

Travel to Kastela

If you’re in Zagreb, Dubrovnik or any other part of Croatia you can find your way to Split by train or bus and then travel on to Kastela by taxi. Those coming in from outside the country should book a flight to Split Airport. Being second only to Pleso Airport in Zagreb, this facility handles scheduled commercial traffic from all over Europe as well as chartered summer flights. You can grab a shuttle from the airport into Split or get a public bus from just outside the airport. Taxis are also available.

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Kaštela Holiday Apartments & Homes (300+)

 

Recent Reviews

A great week in fantastic apartment

5 of 5
Fantastic spacious apartment with lovely views in pleasant village. We were 2 adults and 4 teenage girls, so having 2 bathrooms was great. Really good value. Friendly owners and always helpful. Pool was a huge bonus as it was very hot. The only thing it would have benefited from for us was a freezer.
  • Review Submitted: Jul 30, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

A wonderful villa. Great outside area. Great location. Fabulous welcoming hosts

5 of 5
A lovely villa in a great location, walking distance to the beach and wonderful local restaurant situated right in the sea front. Short drive to Split and Trogira - which are well worth the visit. Close to numerous quaint Kastelas along the coast. Hosts were very welcoming. Offering cherry brandy on arrival and offered us use of their fresh grown vegetables from the garden... the tomatoes were amazing. The villa is set out as two apartments, one up and one down stairs which worked great for our family and our parents. Thoroughly recommended
  • Review Submitted: Jul 29, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017