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Why Split should be your next co-working destination: The Islands

· Split,Digital Nomad,coworking

Crystal clear sea and white pebbled beaches

Croatia boasts over 1,000 islands and islets that sprout from the Adriatic Sea in all sorts of shapes and sizes. When based in Split, you have the luxury of being within an hour or two of visiting them. The ferries run from the port in the centre, and the timetable depends on whether you are here in season or off season. Check Jadrolinija's website for more information.

During the summer, there are numerous boat trips that give you the chance to visit a few of the islands in one day, as well as having a fish lunch and a swim or snorkel in many of the lagoons or coves the islands provide

Party, relax, bathe

Each town on ear island has its own charm, and attracts different crowds. Brač, just 50 minutes away, has many charming seaside villages such as Pučišća and Sutivan, traditional smaller inland villages and the most well-known beach Bol, which can be seen in every promotion of this region. Hvar, two hours away, has something for everyone as it attracts families to Jelsa, a younger party crowd to Hvar Town, and also a naturist resort. Then you have the lesser developed Vis, Korčula, Šolta and the nature park of Lastovo where you can usually escape the crowds and really find some zen after a hard week co-working.

Thanks to a group of hard-working islanders - you can now find out more about what's happening on the islands too before going there - Pokret Otoka Calendar.

So combine work with pleasure, by coming somewhere you can be in the city when you need to work and on the island when it's time to rest. Let Split be your next co-working destination.

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