Well, for locals this is a simple question. Nothing. 🙂
Don’t worry, there is a scientific explanation, or to be more honest, excuse. So, we call it “Fjaka”, our well-known expression. Scientists would say something like this: Fjaka is a “psychophysical state of mind with an aspiration for nothing”. If it is not clear enough: the complete absence of wish for anything, especially for any kind of work.
So, if you want to enjoy Croatia like a local, don’t do anything. 🙂
Unless you are a biker 🙂 Then, for 3 days you will not lay down on a beach because there are many kilometers that you have to touch by two wheels. 😉
Here is one suggestion
Split downtown coffee – some deserted beach around Split (beach Vrića žala) which is perfect for motorbike getaway from Split – Split downtown evening cocktails
Split is a great starting point to discover the most beautiful region of Croatia, Dalmatia. Split is UNESCO world heritage site – Diocletian palace. Built on Roman ruins old more than 1700 years. So, that would be my program for the first day: beach, wander around the city center, maybe take a guide to learn about city history and culture, eat local food and finishing the day drinking a few cocktails.
The next day, one day trip on two wheels discovering dalmatian inland roads with visit and lunch at National Park Krka. Sightseeing of most famous Croatian waterfalls.
The next stop is Šibenik (also UNESCO World Heritage site), downtown walk and coffee time in deep shade.
The afternoon is the perfect time to continue this short motorbike trip. Along the coastline, Adriatic highway E65, time for a perfect ride and a stop in Primošten to jump into the beautiful and clean sea.
Late afternoon arrival in Split.
Last day good choice it would be another trip from Split to Makarska. Excellent curvy roads along the coastline. Amazing scenery. The final stop would definitely be Skywalk Biokovo and drive to the peak of mountain Biokovo to a peak called st. Jure to the height of 1757m. Highest point in Croatia where you can come on two wheels. 😉
Later on, time for a lunch break and laying in the shade next to the sea on one of the nicest pebble beaches in Makarska.
Arrival in Split in the late afternoon.