Find your Property for Sale in Split

Split, the center of Split-Dalmatia County, proudly stands as the second most desirable destination for buying real estate in Croatia. Carrying the status of the second largest city in Croatia, it is also an extremely popular destination. In the list of the most sought after, but also the most expensive cities in 2020, Split has an average price per square meter of an apartment of almost 3,000 euros, which is 1.8 percent more than the year 2020.


Croatia Real Estates agency offers an impressive database of luxury residential, commercial real estate, and construction land waiting for its new owner! Collaborating with national and international clients, the Croatia Real Estates agency offers a professional service and cooperation, providing its clients with top quality and affordable prices!


Dive into these exciting and attractive prices of some of the highest quality properties on the current market and experience this historic city in its full glory! Split as one of the historical and cultural centers is surrounded by some of the most beautiful natural attractions, which will surely delight you with their magnificence and character. We invite you to dive into this investment of exponential profit, that will for sure make your return investment available in less than 20 years. With the offer of the Croatia Real Estates agency, you will have the opportunity to choose between some of the most attractive and luxurious real estate in Split and its surroundings.


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  • Is Split a safe place?

    According to Numbeo, world’s largest internet database on living costs around the world ranks Split as a safe city to live at. With a high safety index and low crime rate we would recommend Split as one of your next living options!

  • Do they speak English in Split, Croatia?

    Yes, as English is the second mandatory language in all the schools in Croatia. Most Croatians learn English as their second mandatory language in elementary school, therefore all Croatians have basic knowledge of the English language.

  • Is Split good for life?

    Split is the second largest city in Croatia and one of the most expensive locations to live next to the capital Zagreb and south of Dalmatia. However, the quality of life is extremely high and good. Surrounded by amazing nature, great history, and everything one would need Split is the second center of Croatia and therefore a good choice to live.

  • What is the nicest part of Croatia for a living?

    The most desirable places in Croatia are those where there is a high standard of living and developed infrastructure. One of the most desirable places is probably the capital of Croatia, Zagreb. Followed by coastal Croatia, precisely Zadar, Split, Pula, and Dubrovnik stand as one of the most desirable locations to live.

  • What airport do you fly into for Split, Croatia?

    If you fly to Split, you will land at the local international airport in Kaštel Štafilić, which is located only 23 km from the city center of Split, approximately 30 min car ride.

  • What are the parking prices in Split?

    Parking in Split could be quite expensive, but there are many free options as well. Parking in high season when the parking place is more unavailable because of crowding and increased traffic, predominately towards the Split harbor. You can find a lot of ‘street parking where you can leave your car during working hours (from 07:00 to 19:00) but pay a fee using the automatic machine. The hourly fee depends on the parking zone. On average, you can expect to pay 8 HRK for 1 h of parking up to 12o HRK for 24 h parking. For more information check out the official site of the city of Split.

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