Solin stay true
to its history
The town of Solin – the ancient Roman city of Salona, which in 47 BC already was the provincial capital of Illyricum – nicely situated on the Dalmatian coastline, it has always been a place of rest, recovery, and retreat of wealthy Roman dignitaries of antiquity such as Emperor Diocletian, who had near the city of Salona built his private residence – the Palace Spalato, and thus started a new city, today's Split.
Diocletian was attracted to the area particularly by the opportunity to build a thermal spa where he would find relief for his gout. This thermal spa still exists today and is, after almost 2000 years, still quite functional. Likewise, same as 2000 years ago, the town of Split is also today supplied with drinking water via the Diocletian's aqueducts which brings into the town the fresh water from the Jadro River – the wellspring of which lies above Solins.
And right there – on the very river, our residential apartments for supported inhabitancy lies – and is currently under construction. Solin is now a recreational area for the citizens of Split and a very popular tourist destination of the country. During its long history, since the early Middle Ages Solin was the capital of altogether seven Croatian kings. Therefore, Solin – which is today almost one of Split's city districts – is a place of special archaeological, recreational and historical value with exclusive services and qualities for its guests and residents, to spoil and favor them.
This exclusivity offers » Solin Residence « – a premium class living and inhabitancy. And there is even more! The nearby archaeological treasures offer a fascinating excursion to the Roman antiquity, and the promenade along the river Jadro with its park, provides relaxing moments together with an exclusive gastronomic offer. In addition, the nearby Split – the capital of Dalmatia, presents you a unique experience of the Palace of Diocletian, with its Mediterranean flair, located directly on the coast of one of the cleanest seas in the world – the Croatian Adriatic Sea.
Special honors and acknowledgments.
In the year 2016, Split was awarded the most fascinating of all Mediterranean cities. And Solin, which is a Site of UNESCO World Cultural Heritage, as a very special place, completes this unique landscape.