Marjan Hill

Marjan Hill is a big hill that rises above Split, which is in the Dalmatia region of Croatia.It is located on the western peninsula of the city, and it offers panoramic views of the city and the Adriatic Sea.

Marjan Hill is a popular place to hang out because of its beautiful forests, walking and biking trails, and rocky beaches.The hill is approximately 178 metres high, and it covers an area of about 3.5 square kilometers.

The hill has been a source of wood and a place of worship for hundreds of years. There are several chapels and churches on its slopes.Today, Marjan Hill is a protected park area and a popular destination for hikers, joggers, and cyclists.

There are several lookout points on Marjan Hill, which offer stunning views of the city and the surrounding area. The Jewish cemetery and the Church of St. Nicholas, which was built in the 16th century, are also on the hill.

Overall, Marjan Hill is a must-visit destination for anyone travelling to Split. Whether you're looking to explore the natural beauty of the area or simply enjoy the breathtaking views, this iconic hill is an essential part of the city's cultural and recreational life.

Marjan Hill is the second symbol of the city of Split and the green oasis with which the citizens of the city have been proud for many years. There are promenades, gazebo, trim-tracks, playgrounds and the Split Zoo. On Marjan we can climb directly from the Riva and with several unique gazebos you can enjoy in the beautiful view on Split and the islands. 

Grgur Ninski
The Riva


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Saturday, 15 June 2024