Pansion 'KRISTAL' is situated in cental Dalmatia in a little place Duce near Dugi Rat which is between town of Split and town of Omis on the Adriatic Highway. Duce is approximately 18 km far away from Split on the way to Makarska, 40 km from the Trogir airport, 3 km from historical Omis and only 50 m from the sea and one of the most attractive pebble beaches from Split to Omis. Directly opposite is the island of Brac.
The Duce with its magnificent, nearly continuous sandy beaches, about 4 km long, are a natural phenomenon. People of Duce was mostly a fishermans in past. Agriculture was also developed at that time. Nowdays, almost every family in Duce is involved in modern tourism, directly or indirectly.
Beaches: pebbly, sandy.
This picturesque Riviera is located in the heart of Dalmatia. You can reach us:
We can be reached by daily flights to Split airport at Kastela from all major towns / cities. Duce is 40 km far from Kastela.
A1 Highway: Zagreb - Dugopolje - Split - Dugi Rat - Duce.
Adriatic Highway: Rijeka - Senj - Zadar - Šibenik - Split - Dugi Rat - Duce.
Inland route: Salzburg - Villach - Karavanke tunel - Ljubljana - Zagreb - Karlovac - Plitvička jezera - Sinj - Split - Dugi Rat - Duce.
Check the route plan (Michelin website).
Check road conditions on Croatian roads (HAK website).
We can be reached by daily routes to Split from all major town / cities.
We can be reached by daily ship arrivals to Split from Rijeka, Trst, Venice, Ancona..
Duce is one of about twenty small places in Poljica, the area at the foot of the Mosor mountainous chain. The Duce with its magnificent, nearly continuous sandy beaches, about 4 km long, are a natural phenomenon. The scent, silence, nature and scenery of the horizont and islands, make this region particularly attractive to tourists from large modern cities.
People of Duce was mostly a fishermans in past. Agriculture was also developed at that time. Nowdays, almost every family in Duce is involved in modern tourism, directly or indirectly. A number of houses along the very coast have been built for tourism. There are several houses that provide board and lodging and a number of catering facilities.
Duce belonged in the past to the famous ancient Poljice Republic ruled by the Grand Duke according to the decrees of the Poljice Statute. Such a heritage has left an indelible imprint on that place which is proud of its preserved examples of popular rural architecture.