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Splitska is an ancient village on the island of Brač in Croatia. The population is 368 (census 2011).

The village got its name from a derivative of Split (the second largest city in Croatia with over 200,000 inhabitants). The village name was first mentioned in the year 1577 AD, when Mihovil Cerinić (Cerineo) from Skrip built a small castle in the village.

Splitska is approximately six km distant from the main town on Brač called Supetar and 25 km from Brač airport. It is easily accessible by car and it is connected daily with Supetar by bus. In summer there's a possibility of transport by small ship which sails from Split directly to Splitska. The village has numerous amenities for holidays including restaurants, shops, tennis courts, and a post office.

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