The best part about shopping in Split is that you can also enjoy sightseeing at the same time, as most of the shops are located within a central area. The city is relatively compact, mostly occupying only a small peninsula on the Dalmatian coast of Croatia. However, for its modest size, it packs a punch when it comes to shopping opportunities.

    A wide variety of handmade products and souvenirs can be found in several markets, malls and outlet shops within the city. We've picked out some of the best.

    Where are the best places to go shopping in Split?


    Old Market

    Souvenirs, clothes and more in Split’s main outdoor market

    The main outdoor market in Split, known as the Old Market, is located throughout the streets to the east of Diocletian’s Palace. Stalls and outlets in this market sell a wide variety of items like beachwear, clothes and beach accessories, including toys, shovels and snorkelling goggles.

    Several shops in this area sell common souvenir items like shirts, hats and magnets. Some stalls sell handmade items and food, too.

    Location: Ulica Knezova Nelipica 1A, Split 21000, Croatia


    Joker Mall

    Everyday shopping, eating and movie-watching

    Joker Mall is located outside the city centre, a 10-minute walk from Split’s Old Town. It's a modern mall where you can enjoy shopping in over 100 different stores. The mall has premium global brands like Ralph Lauren, Calvin Klein, Liu Jo and many more. They also have children’s clothing, beauty products and sportswear along with international food outlets and traditional Dalmatian cuisine.

    If you want to enjoy a movie, Joker Mall has 5 cinemas with high-quality picture and sound. Jokerland Kid’s playground is also available for families with kids.

    Location: Put Brodarice 6, Split 21000, Croatia

    Open: Daily from 9 am to 9 pm

    Phone: +385 (0)21 396 909


    Mall of Split

    A modern mall built in the spirit of the Diocletian’s Palace

    Mall of Split is a big mall in the city. The design of this stunning establishment is based on the architecture and look of the beautiful Palace of Diocletian. The mall showcases a playful interior design with beautiful skylights, which fill its interiors with natural sunlight in the day and offer a glimpse of star-covered skies at night.

    The mall houses several local brands alongside well-known global names including some that are launching in Croatia for the first time. They also have several dining options and a full-scale cinema.

    Location: Josipa Jovica 93, Split 21000, Croatia

    Open: Daily from 9 am to 9 pm

    Phone: +385 (0)21 444 397


    Marmontova Ulica

    Enjoy some outdoor shopping in Old City Split

    Marmontova Ulica is the main pedestrian road in Old City Split and is a bustling shopping district with several diverse shops and cafés. You can check out global brands and at the same time find unique local stores offering one-of-a-kind finds.

    The best part about shopping on Marmontova is that you can still enjoy the city, take photos and see several sites along the way leading down to the harbour. The street is always alive, and you can often find artists and musicians here sharing their creations and giving performances.

    Location: Marmontova Ulica, Split 21000, Croatia


    Nadalina Cokolada

    Treat yourself to some of the best chocolate in Croatia

    Nadalina is a small gourmet chocolate shop within the walls of Diocletian’s Palace. It's a favourite among locals and tourists alike, with patrons praising its unique chocolate combinations and offerings. They are ranked among the best chocolatiers in the world and once even held the record for creating the world's largest chocolate bar.

    Nadalina makes artisanal chocolate and offers a wide range of treats ranging from luscious dark chocolate and creamy milk chocolate to unique chocolate combinations like chocolate-covered ginger, which is sold by the gram.

    Location: Diocletian’s Palace, Dioklecijanova 6, Split 21000, Croatia

    Open: Monday–Saturday from 8.30 am to 8 pm (closed on Sundays)

    Phone: +385 (0)21 355 384

    Geri Mileva | Contributing Writer

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