Start to visit BACVICE beach with only 5 min ride from the port and it is the most popular beach in Split. Then go to the Split national theater is several minutes ride from Bacvice beach. Split National Theatre was built in 1893 and is one of the oldest surviving theatres in Dalmatia. From this place, you will also see the main center street called Marmontova Street. Next to stop at Diocletian's palace, a statue of Grgur Ninski, Peristil.
Along the way also stop at Terasa Vidilica, where you will experience the most beautiful panoramic city view. It is located on the southeast side of Marjan hill. Continue riding to Kasjuni Beach which is an amazing pebble beach located on the south side of Marjan's hill. You will have time to make some unforgettable photos of the Dalmatian islands.
Continues visit St.Stephen park was used to be the first cemetery for the local population, but now it beautiful park with a small church overlooking the city and marina. Enjoy walking around the park. from the way back will pass the recently restored west coast promenade to Republic Square with the option to leave you on the west side of Riva or take you to the pick up point port of Split.