18 Jun 2017, 14:54 PM

Now, here is a true blast from the past, Dugi Rat TV with reporter – Nikola Lozić, filming on the beach in Dugi Rat in the early 90’s. 

12 Jun 2017, 18:58 PM

On June 11, 2017 Total Croatia Sailing took to the water with Ultra-Sailing School in Split, to find out the answer to the question - "Can you learn to sail in one day?"

11 Jun 2017, 07:32 AM

Tonci Regjo has spent his life at sea, from attending Maritime High school and the Faculty of Maritime Studies, to working his way through every position possible to find himself in a highly sought-after job – pilot for the Split Harbour.

27 May 2017, 10:39 AM

The Split Gastronomy scene is on the rise and the world is starting to pay attention. The latest restaurant to stand out from the crowd is Split’s Mazzgoon Restaurant who was recently featured by the Financial Times, after a visit by New York-based chef, Daniel Boulud.

18 Apr 2017, 12:43 PM

The Omiš Guitar Festival begins a day early due to an unprecedented number of applications, and so, is gearing up to be another record-breaking year!

14 Apr 2017, 16:43 PM

On Saturday the 7th April, well-known artists gathered at Hotel Split for a humanitarian action, Total Split was there to witness the magic in motion.

09 Apr 2017, 11:43 AM

The 19th Edition of the Croatia Boat Show 2017, fails to live up to its name and prior successes.

02 Mar 2017, 11:27 AM

The Split social sector is about to be launched into the modern world with Hack4Split.

11 Mar 2015, 19:59 PM

There is no doubt that the Total Project is moving forward well, and our recent quote in The Guardian was the latest example of the growing international reach of our websites. It has been a lot of work, but a lot of fun.

Total Hvar was relaunched this afternoon under the Total Split template, and as I write these words from the comfort of a beer hall in Munich, things with Total Munich are also taking shape. 

I have been particularly pleased with the rise in popularity of Total Split, especially with our friend Mr. Google (we now get more than 70% of our traffic from Google Search), who kindly put quality at the top of his agenda, and we are now number one on Google for that all-important search term 'Dubrovnik to Split'. It is only March, but already we are getting 300 hits a day on that one article alone, and it will be interesting to see how things are in the summer... Tourists tend to figure out how to get here first, then what to do after, so the site's great ranking in getting here is already having benefits for our advertisers. 

But I need a little help. Munich, Hvar and Split is quite a challenge to manage, not to mention inland Dalmatia and a few other gigs I have, so I just wanted to see if there was anyone interested in helping out in some shape or form. My ideal person would be able to do the following:

  • Be bilingual and with excellent English-langauge writing skills (not necessarily a native speaker).
  • Be well acquainted with the local Split gastro and entertainment scene.
  • Be willing to take up the numerous invites we get to attend events.
  • Be flexible and able to write about topics which are not necessarily their forte.
  • Be willing to try and find some advertisers for Total Split.
  • Be able to drink 12 beers a day when called upon to do so.
  • Understand sarcasm.
  • Be willing to work for free.
  • Web-savvy, preferably with Joomla.

A dream list which will never happen in its entirety. There is some money to play with (more if we get more advertisers, and I am not against giving a percentage of the business to the right candidate, but it has to be the right one), but if you are interested and have some of the above, I would like to hear from you. I am not 100% sure exactly what we are looking for, but some combination of the above I think.

If you are interested, send me an email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. and a short article so I can see your writing skills on the topic - Top 5 Things to Do in Split - and let's see where we go. 

And even if you are not interested but would like to contribute a guest blog or two to give people an insight of Split through your eyes, that would be really interesting. The more diverse opinions and contributions on the site, the better. Here is an example of a guest blog from a Scottish resident of Hvar, for example.

I am really excited about the future of the Total Project. I have just taken on someone part time for Total Hvar which is working out very well, and it would be nice to do the same in Split. 

Thanks for all your interest and support so far, and cheers from a rather nice beer hall in Munich!

Paul 

 

01 Apr 2014, 11:44 AM

A first visit to the studios of Radio Split this morning, after I was invited to some and do an interview by my Radio Split colleague who was also on the recent Gastonaut press trip to Hvar this weekend.

The interview was about the promotion of tourism in Dalmatia, and is part of a wider report of the Gastronaut trip on Turizam Danas, which will be broadcast on Thursday April 3, from 09:10 to 09:50. 

For those of you who want to hear Croatian spoken as you have never heard it before, you are welcome to tune in. For Croatian language purists, turn off all radios at these times.

On a more serious note, it is nice to see a little more attention from the regional and national (more very soon) press on the Total project. After an intense 16 months, things are finally moving in the right direction. Many thanks for all your support and interest so far.

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