Split Stag Weekends

Stag goes free

Stag goes free

Low £50 deposit

Low £50 deposit

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Airport transfers

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Local guides

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Our latest stag do recruit, tucked away near the Adriatic sea, Split is a beach and city break combo. Perfect for stag parties who can't make up their mind on whether they want to laze on a beach all day or party until the early hours of the following morning. Get the best of both with this unique location. Break away from the crowded beaches and faux English pubs and head to a location with scenery straight from a Game of Thrones set... which is most likely because it is. Think Mereen and Qarth for your stag weekend in Croatia as well as crystal clear waters, hidden away islands and ancient architecture upgraded with quirky bars and clubs - Split's got it all, including epic stag do activities like catamaran cruises, canyoning and white water rafting to name just a few!
Split Special Offers
Half price stag on a group of 15 or more!
Stag goes FREE on a group of 20 or more!

Offers subject to full packages which must include at least two nights accommodation and minimum of one activity or nightlife option.
 

Interesting facts about Split

 
 

LANGUAGE

Croatian 

AVG SUMMER TEMP

25 

AVG WINTER TEMP

7 

COST OF A PINT

£1.80

CURRENCY

Croatian Kuna

AIRPORT

Split

 
Climate in Split
 
 

Climate in Split

Split is blessed with more hours of sun a year than Sydney, Australia. The winters are mild, only dipping to the high single digits even in January and February, and the summers are long and warm with July being the hottest month - seeing blissful temperatures of around 30C every day. It can rain anytime in Split, although unlike England it thankfully won't last all day!

Find out about getting around Split

Getting around Split
 
 

Getting around Split

Most of Split's town centre is pedestrian only, so if you're in centrally located accommodation, cars aren't necessary. If you don't fancy the walk there's plenty of buses and taxis that will get you where you're heading. Buses run from 5am through ‘til midnight every day bar Sunday. Taxis are a reasonable price and don't have a reputation for ripping tourists off - although, because of the pedestrianised nature of the town centre, it might feel like they're taking you in circles, just keep in mind you've actually got to travel North above the city to get between East and West.

What you need to know about nightlife in Split

Nightlife in Split
 
 

Nightlife in Split

Unlike most sunny European destinations, Split's nightlife scene runs off season too, with the newest clubs only opening in off season. The Riva promenade is packed full of great bars, which are all open well beyond midnight, making it perfect for a bar crawl along the sea in the summer months. The Old Town, in particular the square, has plenty of bars - all with outdoor seating - and usually live musicians in the square. There's loads of clubs to choose from to finish your night off whatever your taste - from the mad clubs along the beach front to the swankier affairs outside the old town - our guided bar crawls can take you round the very best of them.

Learn about eating in Split

Eating in Split
 
 

Eating in Split

Croatia's traditional food is known as the cuisine of the regions, since every area in Croatia has distinct culinary traditions. The entire country has been heavily influenced by its neighbours such as Greece, Italy and Hungary - meaning you'll find just about anything you fancy here. Split lies in the region of Dalmatia, which is famed for its seafood and the grilled fish and octopus-under-peka are must tries on your stag weekend. For foodie's, the black risotto is another not to be missed meal. For those of you who just want a quick bite, you'll find all the usual eateries you'd find in any other city including those all-important late night kebab stands to ease the hangover to follow.

Find out how to travel to Split

Getting to Split
 
 

Getting to Split

Please see our travel page for more information about getting to Split.

Things to see in Split

Things to see in Split
 
 

Things to see in Split

Diocletian's Palace: Ideal for history buffs, but beautiful regardless the Diocletian Palace is an ancient palace built by the Roman Empire. It forms around half the old town of Split and is well worth a visit.
Krka National Park: Split is famed for its beautiful waterfalls and Krka has the best of them. Added bonus, you're welcome to swim in the crystal clear waters!
Froggyland: For the brilliantly strange... froggyland is a one of a kind museum which consists of a collection of over 500 stuffed frogs doing everything from playing snooker to enjoying a waterpark... oddly fascinating and something the stag won't be forgetting in a hurry.

Find out about the climate in Split

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