It is an Island, connected to the UNESCO town of Trogir in Central Dalmatia. Ciovo is a fantastic place to have a holiday. It features lots of small idyllic old villages and is surrounded by crystal clear blue sea, with a wide selection of beaches, big and small plus small hidden bays ideal for swimming. Okrug gornji is the most established tourist area on Čiovo and is also popular with people looking to buy Ciovo real estate. It has a good selection of restaurants, beach bars and other tourist facilities (tennis courts, post office, car hire, activity/excursion companies for diving, fishing, climbing, rafting, tennis, and all manner of water sports. There are several large beaches on the water front ideal for swimming for all ages.
Ciovo is easily accessible. It is connected by a drawbridge to the UNESCO town of Trogir and is only 11km from the airport of Split. The 2nd largest airport in Croatia and supplied by numerous low cost airline carriers from the UK, Europe and around. Furthermore, it is only 24km away from Split and from where ferries can be caught to the north and south of Croatia, as well as Italy. Split is the second largest city in Croatia and is home to the only remaining Roman Palace that is actually lived in called the Diocletian Palace. Due to ease of access, Ćiovo is very popular as a weekend break destination with Ciovo property owners flying in from around Europe for a short break.
Čiovo one of the best places to buy property in Croatia
. It is the perfect lifestyle and investment choice for anyone considering investing in the Croatian property market
. Čiovo is an established tourist destination, it has a 5 month season and an established holiday rental market, it is 15 minutes away from Split International Airport, 40 minutes in a car to Split center, it is connected to Trogir, a UNESCO protected town and it has some of the best weather in Europe today with around 2620 sunny hours per year! Ciovo property
is also relatively inexpensive compared to other similar European destinations and with Croatia likely to join the EU by the end of 2012, Ciovo real estate
is sure to see some solid price gains as the market recovers over the next few years.