Central Dalmatia shopping

Market in Split

Fish Market

As stinky and chaotic a scene as you could possibly imagine, Split's indoor-outdoor fish market is a spectacle to behold. Locals head here on a daily basis to haggle for all their scaly and slimy requirements from t…
Market in Split

Diocletian's Cellars

The main passage through the basement of Diocletian's Palace is lined with stalls selling jewellery, gifts made from Brač stone, scarves, T-shirts, handmade soap and prints. For a touristy souvenir strip, the qualit…
Market in Split

Green Market

This open-air market is the place to come to stock up on fruit, vegetables and cut flowers. While it's busiest in the mornings, a few stallholders stay open to sell cherries and strawberries to tourists throughout t…
Market in Trogir

Small Loggia

This historic open-sided market, pressed up against the town walls, is still used by street traders, although these days they mainly deal in jewellery. It's a good place to buy interesting pieces showcasing local st…
Fashion & Accessories in Split


A showcase for local designer Gorana Gulišija (and a curated selection of the work of others from the region), this little store stocks interesting women's clothes, jewellery and shoes.
Food & Drinks in Split


For a little place, Uje stocks a large range of top-quality Croatian olive oil, along with locally made jam, pasta sauce, rakija (grappa), wine, soap and wooden products.
Fashion & Accessories in Split

Bag & Co

Call into this little shop to check out Ana Gjivoje's range of bright and patterned handbags, tote bags and shoulder bags, many of which are made from recycled materials.
Design in Split

Studio Naranča

Showcasing the work of local artist Pavo Majić, 'Studio Orange' sells original art and very cool T-shirts, tote bags and postcards featuring his designs.
Fashion & Accessories in Split

Think Pink

Boho women's clothing and jewellery made by home-grown designers. There's a second store around the corner.
Market in Split

Old Market

Split's main outdoor market spreads throughout the streets immediately east of Diocletian's Palace. Unlike at the neighbouring Green Market, the bulk of the stalls sell durable goods such as clothes, beach towels, s…