A series of Seven Smaller Settlements in Central Dalmatia
Kaštela is a series of seven smaller settlements in central Dalmatia by the Kaštela Gulf. Located northwest of Split, west of Solin (ancient Salona) and east of town of Trogir, enlisted UNESCO site of world heritage. They are part of the Split-Dalmatian county and are treated as a single city - City of Kaštela.
The Kaštela Riviera is a fertile area, about 20 kilometers in length, featuring the first Roman floating docks and 50 places on the long, verdant area, northwest of Split. It is divided into Gornja and Donja Kaštela, and it consists of seven settlements. The Kastela region with its Mediterranean tone, picturesque landscape and unique composition of natural beauty attracted people since prehistoric times. Beaches in Kaštela are concrete, pebble, with sandy areas in the water.
- Ancient Roman floating docks
- Nearby Jadro river
- Concrete, pebble and sandy beaches
- Nearby Split and Trogir cities
- Kaštela riviera