.....if you enjoy riding a bike
Then Šolta's roads are ideal for you. A pleasant ride in the fresh air is so relaxing . Bikes can be rented in Stomorska and Nečujam
.....if you feel like eating fish specialties and other gourmet treats
A visit to Maslinica , Šešula , Grohote and Rogac bay is the right choice. There you can find a true Medditerranean restaurants. Not far from there is the restaurant of the Martinis Marchi castle, which is very highly ranked by the distinguished food critics.
.....if you feel like sipping a coctail while cooling in the pool
Then you must visit the pools in Nečujam-there you will find an interesting combination of a bar and a pool, which becomes even more interesting in the evening.
.....when you wish to see the most beautiful sunset
Then be sure not to miss the western-most point on the island- Maslinica. This truly is a sunset to remember.
.....when you feel like drinking a nice glass of wine or tasting olive oil
Most locals have their own olive-groves and vineyards, and they have been making wine and olive oil in the same way through centuries. Ask around who sells wine,honey and olive oil and bring a taste of the Mediterranean back home with you.
.....if you wish to travel through time
A walk through old villages such as Gornje Selo, Donje Selo and Srednje Selo, takes you back in time for decades. There you feel like time stands still.
......if you enjoy a nice walk
You should walk across the fields of Šolta's farmers. We suggest a nice walk through vineyards and olive groves of Grohote or Gornje Selo. If like to have the view of the sea, then take a walk along the small bay of Nečujam.
.....if you like playing tennis
There is a very good tennis court in Stomorska. It is floodlit, so you can even go there for an evening game.
.....while you wait for the ferry in Split
If you have some spare time before you take the ferry, we suggest you take a walk through this beautiful city. The very centre of Split is more than 1700 years old, which surely makes it worth seeing. Your sight-seeing should include the understructures of the Diocletian's palace, Peristil and Vestibul . Be sure not to miss climbing up the bell-tower of Saint Domnius (St Duje) cathedral, from where you can enjoy the magnificient panoramic view of the city. Once you're up there, face the sea and you will see two islands- the one on the right is the beautiful Šolta.
Split has many good-quality restaurants and caffes (you can't miss them if you walk along Riva, the main promenade). The centre of the city is less than ten minutes' walk from the ferry port.