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Solta Island (pronounced sholta) is so close to Split it's practically a suburb of Croatia's Adriatic metropolis-by-the-sea.  Only 19km long and five km wide, this little island is an ideal day trip from Split. There's not a huge amount to do though, except explore one of the little villages or hang out on one of the rocky beaches.

Beaches

The largest coves are at Stomorska, Rogac and Necujam on the northeastern coast but it can get windy. Nevertheless, Necujam has the largest (gravel) beach and it is well-maintained with beach showers and other conveniences.

For swimming, you can also head to the Maslinica cove on the western coast which is protected by various offshore islets.

Stomorska is the largest and most developed village. Here is where you'll find most of the island's cafes, restaurants and businesses as well as the island's only cash machine.

Accommodation on Solta Island

In addition to a number of private apartments, there is one hotel on the island: the Tourist Village Necujam Centar which is actually a collection of apartments.

Getting to Solta Island

There are frequent daily car ferries between Split and Rogac as well as passenger boats. See the schedules here. There's a taxi service that meets the ferries to whisk you to your destination or you can board one of the buses that meet most ferries.

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