Kaštela, a quaint little city of rich tradition, historic cultural sights and a centuries long Mediterannean atmosphere. The city’s eventful history will best be understood by visiting the Museum of the Town of Kaštela situated in the picturesque Viturri castle. There are two very important archeological sites situated in the city area: Mujina pećina (Mujo’s Cave) with traces of the Neanderthals and the remains of Sikuli settlement. The most visited location is the Biblical Garden Stomorija. Mount Kozjak rises above the city and from its mountain pass Malačka offers a spectacular view of the entire Bay of Kaštela, the cities of Trogir, Solin, and Split as well as the island of that area.
Kaštela Tourist Board