Perched on a limestone hill overlooking Split, the ancient town of Klis is renowned for its impressive fortress and rich tapestry of history. Read more

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This bastion has stood the test of time, witnessing numerous invasions and serving as a silent observer of countless historical events. Klis is a small town but it has played a monumental role in Croatia's history, primarily because of the strategically positioned Klis Fortress. This fortress, which has been a bulwark against invasions for over two millennia, provides insight into the military strategies and architectural advancements of past civilizations. The Klis Fortress has been a key defensive stronghold against various empires, from the Romans to the Ottomans.
As you venture through its robust walls and towers, you are transported to a bygone era where battles, strategies, and tales of valor were the order of the day. Apart from its historical significance, Klis offers unparalleled panoramic views of the Adriatic Sea, nearby islands, and the city of Split.
Adding to its allure, the fortress gained international fame as one of the filming locations for the popular TV series "Game of Thrones." As such, it has become a pilgrimage site for fans seeking to step into the world of Meereen.
Klis, with its remarkable fortress and breathtaking vistas, serves as a gateway to understanding the historical and strategic importance of this region of Croatia. Its blend of past and present offers an immersive experience for those passionate about history and natural beauty.

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What to do in Klis


A UNESCO World Heritage city known for Diocletian's Palace, its ancient walls, and vibrant seafront promenade.


The ancient Roman capital of Dalmatia, now a significant archaeological site with well-preserved ruins.


Another UNESCO-listed town, Trogir is famed for its Venetian architecture and the historic St. Lawrence Cathedral.

Cetina River

A hotspot for adventure enthusiasts offering rafting and canyoning opportunities.

St. Domnius Cathedral

Located in Split, it's the world's oldest Catholic cathedral still in use in its original structure.

Marjan Forest Park

A green oasis offering hiking trails, ancient chapels, and panoramic views of Split.

Krka National Park

Renowned for its cascading waterfalls and historic watermills.


A historic coastal town known for its Gothic-Renaissance cathedral and two fortresses.

Paklinski Islands

A beautiful group of islands near Hvar, perfect for beach hopping and relaxation.

Blue Cave

A mesmerizing natural phenomenon on Biševo Island where sunlight reflects to illuminate the cave in a blue glow.

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In and around Klis

Split (8.53 km)

Split, the pearl of the Dalmatian coast, is a city where history and modern life intertwine. Visit this Croatian beauty and spend unforgettable moments in the heart of the Mediterranean.

Trogir (22.34 km)

Trogir, often referred to as the "Stone Beauty," is a historic town located on the Adriatic coast of Croatia. Listed as a UNESCO, its well-preserved medieval core beckons visitors with its enchanting blend of architecture and seafront splendors.

Church of Croatian Martyrs (29.06 km)

Nestled in the town of Udbina, the Church of Croatian Martyrs stands as a solemn testament to the nation's history, offering a fusion of architectural splendor and deep spiritual resonance. This modern sanctuary is both a place of worship and remembrance.

Makarska (49.88 km)

Nestled between the azure embrace of the Adriatic Sea and the rugged Biokovo Mountain, Makarska is Croatia's riviera gem. It's a fusion of sun-kissed beaches, vibrant nightlife, and rich history that awaits every wanderer.

Šibenik (54.32 km)

Šibenik is a historic city in Croatia, located in central Dalmatia, where the river Krka flows into the Adriatic Sea. Šibenik is a political, educational, transport, industrial and tourist center of Šibenik-Knin County.

Šibenik (54.79 km)

Step into a world of time-honored history and stunning beauty in Šibenik, a gem on the Adriatic Sea. Known for its captivating fortresses and Gothic-Renaissance cathedral, Šibenik is a perfect destination for history aficionados and seaside lovers alike

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