ČIOVO is an island connected by bridge to the island of Trogir and an extension to the mainland. The island has a widespread place to relax, have fun, swim and more. It has numerous pre-Romanesque and medieval churches and a rich Mediterranean vegetation. Firstly used in the Greek era for planting olive trees and vineyards.
The island is divided into Miševac, Mastrinka, Arbanija, Žedno, Slatine (Split district), Okrug Gornji and Okrug Donji (Okrug district).
Biking and walking routes of Čiovo are apx. 70km long and spread from north-east to south-east of the islands. While you are driving or strolling the view is breathtaking – the open sea and the Middle-Dalmatian islands, obviously depending on where you are standing you can see the islands Šolta, Vis, Hvar, and Brač.
The vegetation on the island is typical Mediterranean: olive trees, fig trees, vineyards, and citrus fruits. Locals usually have their gardens filled with such, and keep to tradition of making their own homemade wine and olive oil.
In Okrug Gornji, Mavarštica there is a diving school as well as diving trips that take you the most beautiful underwater cliffs where you can introduce yourself to the marine life of the Mediterranean around Čiovo.
Aside from the beautiful landscape and nature, Čiovo has various activities and restaurants along the coastlines and can make your stay very exciting and pleasurable, all you have to do is allow yourself to relax and enjoy.