There are certain spiritual places in every city that one never forgets. Sometimes you are lucky enough to visit them because locals show it to you. Marjan churches are definitely one of those places in Split.
Besides the natural beauty of Park Forest Marjan, overlooking the Adriatic Sea on its three sides and town Split on the one side, here one can find numerous little churches built in different ages, from 9th till 14th century. Solitude and mystery of these locations, hidden in the pine forests of Marjan hill overlooking the sea, simply embraces their visitors and give the sense of pure romance by hand.
The first one you see on the south side of the promenade is St. Nicholas church erected in 13th century, situated above the First Marjan Panoramic views, then church Madonna of Betlehem from the 14th century and finally St. Jerome from the 15th century built into cliffs with the renaissance hermitage caves.
St Jerome’s Courtyard, gorgeous venue hidden under the pine trees provides stunning views of Adriatic sea and a sense of peacefulness and ease of mind far away from busy Split. This venue is perfect for an intimate ceremony for up to 70 pax, civil or symbolic. Special permission from the parish and Park Marjan required.
Religious wedding ceremony possible at all three locations but with a special permission as those are not open every day. The sense of modesty, simplicity and silence, perfect for intimate wedding ceremony in the heart of preserved nature and within historical ambience is a very essence of an intimate wedding ceremony.