Kastel Stafilic is one of the seven Dalmatian settlements that all together comprise the town of Kastela. There are seven Kastelas and all of them run along the coast of the bay of Kastela. Each of these settlements was built around its castles and each one of them carries its distinctive historical story. If you are heading from Trogir to Split Kastel Stafilic is the first one you will come upon. During the summer season the life in Kastel Stafilic gets very lively and busy with lots of folk festivities and concerts organized. In Kastel Stafilic there are numerous cultural and historical sites, and the beaches of Kastel Stafilic are the most beautiful and attractive of all the seven Kastelas on the Kastela Riviera. So if you are looking for a vacation spot that can offer you all the aspects of an active holiday this would be your spot. From here you can take organized group or private car excursions or private car transfers to visit the nearby old towns of Trogir and Split, and the archaeological site of the ancient Salona or if you are a nature lover then head to the National Parks Krka and Plitvice. For a trip to the National Park Kornati there are private or group boat excursions on a daily basis, or you can hire a private boat transfer.

Kaštel Štafilić prides itself on the largest selection of beaches in Kaštela. Take a stroll along this long stretch of coastline and marvel at the natural beauty of the fine stone beaches where delicate trees offer shade from the cloudless skies and the hot sunny days. Here it is possible to find both companionship and quiet locations for your swimming and sunbathing activities. Wine and olive growing are part of the tradition of this region. The 1500 year old Olive tree is today a protected natural monument and is a rare and beautiful symbol of longevity, peace and the Mediterranean ambiance. With its impressive trunk and luscious canopy, it is one of the oldest olive trees to be found in Croatia. The old village, with its central square, Igrišće, and its traditional stone architecture, is situated just on the seafront and boasts a number of summer events that take place under a clear blue sky.

Group or private car excursions are available every day during the season to take you to these famous historical sites and National Parks, but can also easily be organized in the after season as well. For a trip to the islands of Solta, Brac and Hvar you can take a private boat transfer or rent a boat with or without crew. National Park Kornati can be visited by taking a one day group or private boat excursion.

A Roman emperor Diocletian spent the last years of his life in Dalmatia near Aspalathos where he was born. He built the Diocletian’s Palace which is a part of the UNESCO heritage since 1979. Within the Walls of the palace you can see the Temple of Jupiter, Diocletian’s Mausoleum, The Peristil Palace, early Christian churches and Roman houses. The fort Kamerlengo is located on the southwest part of the town Trogir, and was built by Genovese people ate the end of the 14th century. It was a base for their navy in the Adriatic.