Split Photo Tour

A unique city with a fitting name: Split is literally split between guarding its unique history and way of life and opening up to the inquisitive world. Exploring Split means being enthralled with the locals, or amazed by how a Roman Emperor’s palace turned into a bustling city, or even smitten by the sea and mountains surrounding it. Or any combination of these on our Split photo tour.

Spending time just in the UNESCO-protected Diocletian’s Palace is an excellent choice. Narrow streets, broad basements, layers of history and culture, fine dining and lively atmosphere will feed any photographers camera with attractive images. But do go beyond, climb the Marjan hill offering excellent lookouts over the city and port, nearby islands and chain of mountains.

Split is a bustling Mediterranean port, with its own twists and stories. Out of tourist season, the architecture of the city core stands out with less crowds on the streets, but it is those crowds that generate in season the color, the action, the strife many photographers look for.

Join our local guides and let them immerse you in what Split is really about.

Things to know

Split sits roughly in the middle of the Croatian Adriatic Sea coastline. It is the largest passenger port in Croatia, ideally situated to explore Dalmatian islands. It is also a frequent stop for any tour of Croatia starting either in Zagreb or Dubrovnik.

Despite being Croatia’s second-largest city, the tourism season is when the place really lights up. Split is also ideal for day tours to islands Like Hvar or Brač, national parks such as Krka or Biokovo, and even cross-border destinations such as Mostar. Quicker trips include Trogir and Šibenik towns.

Out of season it is easy to find perfect accommodation at an acceptable price within the very walls of Emperor Diocletian’s Palace, perfect to settle in and enjoy everything the place has to offer.


Igor-Nobilo-portret-300What better way is there to see Croatia than with a photographer whose job is to travel and explore. Igor Nobilo made photography his profession 18 years ago. Since then he has traveled extensively across Croatia and beyond on assignments and for fun. He has a passion for reportage and exploring the world around us. His expertise in photography enables him to provide a wide range of educational and practical lessons. He actively engages in photo workshops for aspiring photographers and has excellent English skills from his life in the United States. Check him out at www.igornobilo.info.

MIL_4383Milan Šabić’s
 close bond to photography began in his school days when he was thrilled by the waterfalls at Plitvice Lakes, spending over a hundred rather expensive film images just on them. His interest in photography developed into something more during his time at the Art Academy and led him to participate in many exhibitions and undertake professional work.

Today, he’s a passionate skydiver who takes his camera to a whole new level – far above the clouds. Due to his experience in different types of photography – sport, aerial, wedding, landscape – he’ll be able to meet all your needs as you embark on this journey! Browse his images here.

Dive into history.
Starting times

Tour times are flexible, with at least a day’s notice. We recommend daytime tours that end around sunset.

Starting locations

Your hotel or any location you can get to.

You'll get to see

Your expert photographer guide will show you the scenic spots, but also any gems along the way hidden from most visitors. You can rush through the sights, or take it slow and enjoy the pulse of the city.

Price and what's included

Price is set at 300 kunas per group (~40€ / $46) for a two-hour tour of the Palace and nearby areas, payable at the end of the tour. The tour can be extended beyond the first two hours at a discounted rate. Max number of persons in group is 5.

Price includes our expert photographer guide, tips and advice on using your camera/smartphone to create memorable photos and memories and unlimited photos of you touring Split made by your photo guide. Price excludes any entry fees, transfers, meals and drinks, optional activity costs and personal expenses.

Best time to visit Split

Taking full advantage of its milder climate, Split is open for visits all year long. The colder Bura winds in wintertime clean up the streets and atmosphere, so colors are brighter and visibility is high. The pine forests offer year-round green cover, while the sea provides the blue tones. By April, many flowers are in bloom. The tourism season kicks in in May, with many seasonal services opening up. July and August are traditionally the busiest times, so if looking to avoid the crowds, plan around these months. Fall in Split is similar to spring, offering plenty for any visitor.

Talk to us and book your spot