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Stobreč, Split

Stobreč is a historical village and now a tourist resort on the Adriatic Sea, in central Dalmatia, Croatia. Administratively it is part of the city of Split. Stobreč has been settled since the time of Ancient Greece. The largest body of recorded ancient history in the vicinity of Stobreč relates to the development of Diocletian's Palace, now within the present day city of Split.

Diocletian founded this palace upon his retirement as Roman Emperor. The sarcophagus of Lucius Artorius Castus, a Roman prefect thought to possibly be one of the inspirations for some of the legends of King Arthur, was discovered in Stobreč.

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Stobreč, Split

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N43°29'59.96" E16°31'28.91"

Stobreč, Split

Driving Distances
Mark Split
9 km
Airport Split Airport
24 km
Airport Zadar Airport
153 km
Sailing Distances