About Apartments Ruzmarin
On completion our settlement will be a oasis for 300 guests and offer extensive possibilities for personal recovery. Many possibilities for a restful holiday counts to our numerous offers.
Tennis courts, miniature golf, swimming pools, sauna, children's playgrounds and restaurants for example. It goes without saying that we offer a sufficient number of car parks. The breadth of our touristic offers increase with the expansion of our capacity to offer our guests a maximum of convenience. We must especially emphasize how professional and hospitable our personnel is. With their dedication they make every holiday unforgettable.
We hope you let us make your holiday unforgettable!
UNESCO Sites nearby Apartments Ruzmarin
The city of Trogir, located northwest of Split, was chosen as a World Heritage site for its remarkable urban continuity. A medieval town built on the layout of a Hellenistic and Roman city, Trogir is also home to beautiful Romanesque churches and Venetian-era Renaissance and Baroque buildings. Simply put, centuries of urban planning and building come together seamlessly in Trogir.
Diocletian’s Palace in Split was built between the 3rd and 4th centuries by Roman emporer Diocletian. In the Middle Ages, the Cathedral of Saint Domnius (Sveti Duje) was constructed using elements from the ancient mausoleum, and Romanesque churches, medieval fortifications, and Gothic, Renaissance, and Baroque palaces were also built inside the Roman complex.
The Cathedral of St. James in Sibenik demonstrates cultural exchange between Northern Italy, Dalmatia, and Tuscany in the 15th and 16th centuries. Don’t miss the unique exterior frieze of 71 highly individualized portraits of Sibenik’s Renaissance citizens. The cathedral’s skillful construction, devised by the architects Francesco di Giacomo, Niccolo di Giovanni Fiorentino, and Juraj Dalmatinac, also helped to land it a spot on the heritage list.