South-western point of the Split harbour is called Sustipan after the old monastery of St. Stephen under the pines. The monastery was built in the late middle Ages, and several Croatian kings occasionally enjoyed its hospitality. Especially appealing is the Gloriet – round colonnade of classicist form that remains preserved until today.
Hidden among the tall pines is a beautiful vista of the sea and the islands in front of Split. From the western side of the hill there is the oldest local swimming club Jadran, and from its eastern side a modern ACI marina.