Explore some Varosh churches and chapels, hear about the religion in Dalmatia and spice it all up with “Marenda” gastro experience: typical Dalmatian brunch consisted of sardines, homemade bread and some local wine.
Cream at the top is to stop at the most amazing view point upon Split where we finish and conclude with some photo-shooting moments to memorize it all.
Meeting place: in front of the Franciscan Church at Riva
Timing: 10.00 a.m.
Duration of the tour: 2,5 – 3 hours
Price from 7 to 8 pax: 200 kn/pp = 25 EUR/pp
Price from 3 to 6 pax: 300 kn/pp = 40 EUR/pp
Price per 2 pax: 385 kn/pp = 50 EUR/pp
Start the bottom of Varosh “quoters” where Franciscan order settled down to comfort the poor. Just symbolically it is situated at the South end of Varosh old neighbourhood where the common people use to live.
Continue your way in exploring some charming alleys, narrow Mediterranean streets, hear about typical Dalmatian stone houses architecture and discover some old chapels used by the local crowd.
After some hour of the walking through Varosh, we stop to have typical Dalmatian Marenda (read – brunch) at one Konoba (Tavern) in the neighbourhood.
Local chefs will prepare grilled sardines just like the peasants & fishermen use to eat after hard working morning on the sea or in the fields.
We’ll try some exquisite local wine that matches with sardines and our midday brunch. All that is to be enjoyed at the typical Dalmatian courtyard in Varosh household.
After a good snack we conclude this tour with some “exercise and climbing to the point from which spreads the most amazing city view to Split. Prepare your cameras!
• Franciscan Monastery meeting point
• Varosh alleys and chapels
• Break for “Marenda” snack (Dalmatian Brunch)
• Breathtaking view of Split and some photo-shooting moments to memorize it all
** Footnotes: pax = person; pp = per person