Car rental in Split
Rent a Car in Split and Enjoy Numerous Benefits
Renting a car in Split is in great demand primarily because of Split’s location in the middle of Dalmatia, which makes it an ideal destination to explore several tourism destinations and attractions only a short drive away.
You can rent a car in Split and head up the coastal road with beautiful sea panorama, passing through small towns and villages to reach Krka National Park, and spend a day out in the nature before returning to Split later that same day.
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Car rental in Split Vehicle Selection?
Car rental service in Split provide you with a large selection of cars for different group sizes and for different budgets as well. You will be pleasantly surprised with the huge selection of cars available for rental and you can easily filter through them using the drop-down box on our on line booking form. You will find small, compact and intermediate cars as well as the selection of SUV’s. For business and leisure travelers there is also selection of luxury cars as well as a certain old timer if you are looking to spice up the trip down the coastal roads of Croatia.
To enjoy in the sun and the mild summer breeze while driving through picturesque towns and villages constantly followed by the breathtaking panorama you will enjoy our selection of cabriolet vehicles available for rental from Split.
Larger families and groups can choose between different sizes of cars and vans. The top capacity for the group in one vehicle is nine at this point but you can always choose to rent more than one vehicle.
Some of the advantages of car rental in Split service provided here is that there are no hidden costs once you rent a car. What you see is what you pay. You can also choose to rent a car in Split and leave it in the city of your destination which is perfect option if you want to explore more of Croatian before returning home.
You can also choose to pick up and drop of vehicle outside of our offices. In that case the desired vehicle will be delivered to you before your departure and picked up after you drop it off. With our car rental service from Split you can also leave outside the borders of Croatia.
Where to go when you rent a car from Split
As we have already written, once you rent a car in Split, you can set off on a day in nature and visit Krka National Park. You will be pleased to know that swimming is allowed within specified regions of this protected area, so make sure you bring your swimsuit. It is not often you get the opportunity to swim in the crystal waters of a national park.
When visiting Krka, it is smart to make a stop in Sibenik as it is on the way from Split. Besides the St. Jacob’s cathedral, Sibenik will amaze you with its fortresses – and it doesn’t only have one fortress as towns usuallly do, it has four of them!
Out on the same route is Zadar. You may have heard of its sea organ on the main promenade or perhaps watched the video of the mesmerizing sounds being played by the sea waves and currents. After Zadar, the next stop on the way towards the capital city of Zagreb is Plitvice Lakes National Park. Even though it is almost three hours away from Split by car, it is a trip worth making. Plitvice will astound you with its untouched nature, numerous interconnected lakes, wildlife and the tallest waterfall in Croatia.
When you head down from Split towards Dubrovnik, there are several interesting stops you can make. Some thirty minutes away, you will find yourself in the canyon of the Cetina river and beautiful town of Omis. You can climb the fortress at the top of the Omis mountain for an unprecedented view of the Cetina canyon, Omis, and its large sandy beach. On the Cetina, you can enjoy a rafting or canyoning tour which will definitely round up your day.
Following the road down to Dubrovnik, you can visit towns like Baska Voda, Brela, Tucepi or Makarska. All of these towns have beautiful beaches for you to enjoy and various leisure and sport facilities.
Renting a car in Split is also very popular for travelers hoping to visit Dubrovnik for a day or two. During the summer, a trip to Dubrovnik can last between three and a half to four hours, however, it is always worth your while. Don’t pass on the opportunity to walk the city walls, walk the famous Stradun, taste local delicacies and enjoy the pristine sea on several of the town’s beaches.