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"Firule" is another smaller sandy beach further to the east from Bacvice beach. Popular among locals, families for the sand and natural shelter it provides, younger people for locals that play Picigin, but also because just above are famous tennis courts where trained famous tennis players like…
Firule is a sandy beach not so famous as Bacvice where usually locals go. Especially families with children. Thehe you can often see locals play Picigin, a common ball game. There are nice cafe's nearby with a very nice view.
Further to the east is Firule beach. However, this part of Split is better known by its tennis courts that gave us world famous tennis players like 2001 Wimbledon champion Goran Ivanišević. It's also a sand beach with three caffe bars with amazing views- Tennis bar, Mythos and Dvor.
Firule is a sandy beach – also popular with families in Split. Easy enough to find as it is on the same path that Bacvice and Ovcice are. There you can find some of the best restaurants & cafe places – Dvor and Mythos set a bit above the bay offering a phenomenal view.
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