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8 Best Coworking Spaces in Split


If I had to choose, I’d say that Split is the best city in Croatia for digital nomads. It’s packed with things to see and do, there are plenty of other remote workers to meet and socialize with, and the coworking spaces in Split are second to none. Of course, it’s a beautiful city too, lapped by the glittering waters of the Adriatic Sea.

Ever since Croatia launched its digital nomad visa in January 2021, more and more remote workers are choosing to head to this beautiful country for longer periods. During the summer months, Split is a hive of activity, with fantastic nightlife, amazing food, and an intoxicating culture.

Coworking in Split is extremely easy, thanks to plenty of the abundance of spaces and great cafes to work from comfortably. I worked from several shared offices and coworking spots, and I met many other like-minded people. I was also super-productive, which helped me get out and see more of Split and its surroundings.

SEE ALSO: Digital Nomad Guide to Living in Split, Croatia

Best Coworking Spaces in Split

The coworking vibe in Split is pretty varied, and most people either choose to use day passes at coworking spaces, pay for a longer membership, or opt to work from cafes. The best coworking spaces in Split have all the facilities you need to be comfortable and productive, and the internet is high speed too.

While I enjoy working from cafes, I found that the WiFi in coworking spaces was infinitely better and the whole experience was a lot more comfortable too. There are several coworking spots in Split, and this list of the top 8 spots is here to help you narrow down the best choices.

1. Coworking Space Tink-Tank

laptop digital nomad

Coworking Space Tink-Tank is, in my opinion, the best coworking space in Split. It’s located just outside the city center, close to Firule, which means it never becomes overly busy but always has a sociable vibe. There’s also plenty of parking on-site if you choose to drive a car or scooter.

There are two floors, with most of the seating situated on the first floor, and separate spaces for meetings and video calls. This space also offers pricing facilities and free coffee, which is never a bad thing.

I spent a few days working from this coworking spot, and I loved the laid-back feel of it. They also arrange regular social meet-ups, which is a great way to meet other like-minded people, and perhaps make some new friends or gain some inspiration. I also liked the decor, which is bright, full of greenery, and offers a calm vibe.

Address: Vrančićeva ul. 6, 21000, Split, Croatia

Membership Options and Costs

meeting room coworking space

Coworking Space Tink Tank has many membership options, including a daily pass for €15/$16. Within that price, you also get free coffee and free use of the meeting room. There’s also a weekly and monthly membership option if you prefer to spend more time there.

Amenities at Coworking Space Tink Tank

  • Free parking on-site
  • Free meeting room with all membership options
  • Fast internet
  • Kitchenette available so you can make your own food
  • Free coffee with all membership options
  • Dedicated desks available
  • Pet friendly

Pros of Coworking Space Tink Tank

  • This is a popular coworking space, so you’re likely to meet many other digital nomads.
  • Regular social evenings mean it’s easy to make new friends.
  • You can take your own food in and cook it, so there is no need to purchase any snacks throughout the day.
  • Free unlimited water and coffee.
  • This is a large and bright coworking space, which is pleasant to work in and has a lively feel without being too noisy.
  • Fast internet: I used this space several times and never struggled with the WifFi.
  • Central location without being right in the heart of the noise.

Cons of Coworking Space Tink Tank

  • This isn’t the cheapest coworking space in Split, although the price is average.
  • No cafe on site; if you don’t want to cook your own food this could be a problem for you.
  • You can drop in and see if there’s space that day, but most people book ahead of time, so you’re unlikely to be accommodated if you want to be spontaneous.

2. Amosfera Coworking Space

shared kitchen space

Amosfera Coworking Space is a famous, centrally located coworking space in Split. It’s a top place to work and socialize all in one. I really liked that I was near the sea whenever I worked from here – you only have to gaze out of the window to see the endless blue.

Amosfera has a sense of real community to it, and they have regular social evenings to connect with other remote workers. The space itself is modern and bright, and the seating is very comfortable. I think the seating at this coworking space is perhaps the most comfortable out of all the ones I visited.

There are large meeting rooms you can use as part of your membership package and a shared kitchen for cooking meals and storing snacks. Free teas and coffees are available throughout the day and you can choose between hot desks or designated desks. Oh, and don’t forget to head over the road for a swim during your break!

Address: Ul. Ruđera Boškovića 20, 21000, Split, Croatia

Membership Options and Costs

social space coworking

Amosfera offers very reasonable day passes at just €10/$11, or you can opt for a weekly pass for €46/$50. The only downside is that this space closes during the winter months, so it’s only an option if you’re visiting during the summer.

Amenities at Amosfera Coworking Space

  • Hot desks or designated desks available
  • Large conference room which can be booked ahead of time
  • Regular, organized community events
  • High-speed internet
  • Ergonomic seating
  • Shared kitchen area

Pros of Amosfera Coworking Space

  • Daily and weekly passes are a lot cheaper compared to many other spaces.
  • Regular social evenings and events make it easy to connect with other remote workers.
  • Large kitchen space for meals, snacks, and tea and coffee.
  • Large meeting room which can be booked ahead of time.
  • High-speed internet which I found to be extremely reliable.

Cons of Amosfera Coworking Space

  • This space is closed during the winter months.
  • The low cost means it gets very busy during the day; it’s best to arrive as early as you can or book a designated desk as part of a weekly or monthly package.

3. Re.Split

coworking space

Re.Split is a modern coworking space and one that’s extremely popular amongst digital nomads and students alike. It’s very centrally located, close to the University of Split, and it has a busy yet comfortable vibe.

If you’re looking for coworking space in Split with a variety of seating options, this is the place for you. There are hot desks, private desks, private offices, and large collaborative spaces on offer. There are also meeting and conference rooms for hire, as well as private parking on-site.

I really liked this coworking space, and was able to get plenty of work done, thanks to the very fast and reliable internet. I also enjoyed the snack cafe, where you can buy sandwiches and other delicious treats at very low costs. Another perk is the fact that as much tea or coffee as you like is included in the price.

Address: Cvite Fiskovića 4, 21000, Split, Croatia

Membership Options and Costs

energy bar snacks

The only downside of Re.Split is that it’s slightly more expensive than some other coworking options, but in my opinion, it’s worth the few extra euros. A day pass with a hot desk will cost €22/$24, or you can pay €300/$325 for the month. Within this, you get access to the entire space, including the meeting rooms.

Amenities at Re.Split

  • Very fast internet; it never glitched once during the several times I worked from this space.
  • Snacks are available for purchase, so there’s no need to cook or take ingredients with you.
  • Free unlimited tea and coffee.
  • On-site parking, as well as CCTV cameras in the car parks so you’re safe if you work late.
  • Soundproof meeting rooms for hire.
  • Ergonomic seating and large desks.

Pros of Re.Split

  • This is a relatively new and modern coworking space that has a really sleek and comfortable feel to it.
  • Very popular amongst digital nomads, so it’s easy to meet other like-minded people.
  • Reliable and fast internet so you can be productive during your working day.
  • Central location, close to public transport, but there’s free parking too.
  • Easy to buy snacks during the day, and reasonably priced.
  • As much tea or coffee as you can drink.

Cons of Re.Split

  • This coworking space is closed at the weekends, although it does stay open until 10pm during the week.
  • More expensive membership packages compared to most other similar spaces in the area.
  • It can get very busy, especially during the middle of the afternoon, so if you’re looking to purchase a day pass, arrive early to secure a spot.

4. The Works Coworking

in-house gym coworking space

The Works Coworking is a small yet mighty space that I visited several times. It’s located in the Old Town, close to all the major attractions. Its small space does mean you need to arrive early to secure a space, but it has such a cozy feel that even when it’s full, it never feels loud or overwhelming.

For me, this is one of the most unique coworking spaces in Split simply for its feel; it’s a commercial place, but it doesn’t have a sales-esque feel to it. The decor is comfortable, bright, and almost homely and there are plenty of seating options, including hot desks, designated desks, and even private offices. As well as an in-house gym, they also have standing desks, if you want a workout while being productive.

A major advantage to this spot is that it’s open 24/7, meaning you have the flexibility to work whenever suits you best. There are meeting rooms you can pre-book, and all seats are ergonomic for your comfort.

Address: Spinčićeva ul. 2b, 21000, Split, Croatia

Membership Options and Costs

digital nomad remote working

You can book a drop-in desk for €21/$13, which gives you between 4-6 hours of access and free tea and coffee throughout your stay. Alternatively, a daily floating desk costs €20/$21, also including tea and coffee as well as a PIN code for late-night access. All packages contain lockers, high-speed internet, and meeting room access.

Amenities at The Works Coworking

  • Several membership packages
  • High-speed internet
  • 24/7 access with PIN codes for safety
  • Lockers for security
  • Free tea and coffee throughout your stay
  • Meeting rooms are available for users
  • External monitors are available at an extra cost
  • Parking on-site

Pros of The Works Coworking

  • 24/7 access makes your working day as flexible as you need it to be, with PIN access for safety.
  • You can walk in and enquire about availability, which also adds to flexibility.
  • A comfortable working environment that, although it’s busy, never feels that way.
  • Ergonomic seating throughout and even standing desks which give you a break from endless sitting.
  • Free tea, coffee, juice, and water no matter what package you opt for.
  • Meeting rooms are available for use for all packages, although you need to get there early.
  • Very fast internet—I found this spot to have some of the best WiFi in Split.

Cons of The Works Coworking

  • Walk-in desks are often booked quickly, so it’s a good idea to message and book ahead of time.
  • Prices at this space are slightly more expensive than some other similar spots.

5. Scaleup Office

coworking space laptop

If you’re looking for cool coworking places in Split with a central location, Scaleup Office is a great choice. I really enjoyed the almost hostel feel of this coworking space. Although it has a professional feel and all the equipment you need, it oozes a friendly, laid-back vibe, with common areas for relaxation and a large kitchenette for cooking meals.

The decor is very bright and modern, without being too “stuffy”. There are private offices available, as well as private desks in the main open-plan area. They also have regular events throughout the month with workshops and social evenings.

My favorite part about the location of this coworking spot is that it’s very close to the beach. If you want to head out and get some fresh air before returning to your desk, you only need to cross the road and you can paddle in the sea.

Address: Poljička cesta 39, 21000, Split, Croatia

Membership Options and Costs

pebble beach

A daily pass will cost you €17/$18.50 which gives you a private desk, and access to the kitchenette and common areas. Alternatively, you can pay for a FixDESK which will cost €275/$275, and give you a permanent private desk and 2 hours access to the meeting rooms per week. Private offices can also be booked with prices given upon contacting the space.

Amenities at Scaleup Office

  • High-speed internet
  • Nearby parking, although not on-site
  • Balcony for checking out the view
  • Ergonomic seating
  • Shared kitchen area
  • Three power outlets per desk

Pros of Scaleup Office

  • Several membership options are available, including private offices if you prefer to work alone.
  • A shared kitchen so you can make your own snacks and meals, therefore saving money.
  • Large desks with plenty of power outlets to charge all your devices.
  • Regular social evenings and events, making it easy to meet other digital nomads.
  • Large meeting rooms can be hired (included for free with some membership packages).
  • Bright and comfortable decor.
  • Easy access to the beach, with a very central location.
  • Very fast internet; I did several video calls from this space and never had any issues.

Cons of Scaleup Office

  • Membership options are more expensive than some other similar coworking spots.
  • Coffee is not included in the price; you’ll have to take your own.
  • Private offices are subject to availability and do get booked up very quickly.
  • No parking on-site; although there is some nearby, it is a small car park and often fills up.

6. Smartspace

laptop and headphones

Smartspace is one of the best workspaces in Split and one of the busiest by far. If you want to secure a day pass here, you’ll need to book ahead of time or arrive early. Located centrally in the Old Town, Smartspace is close to everything you could possibly need. It’s easy to sightsee after a day at work or even during a break.

One of the major pluses of this coworking space is that it’s open 24/7 and there’s security on site, so you know you’ll be safe during late working nights. I found Smartspace to be a comfortable place to work from and the internet was very high quality. The only downside for me is that it can get quite noisy, so it’s a good idea to use noise-canceling headphones if you struggle to concentrate with background activity.

There’s a large shared kitchen where you can store your snacks or cook a quick meal, and guests can help themselves to free tea and coffee throughout the day. There’s also a common area where you can mingle with other remote workers.

Address: Tončićeva ul. 3, 21000, Split, Croatia

Membership Options and Costs

shared kitchen space coworking

Day passes cost €17/$18.50 and include access to the entire space, however, you’ll need to pay extra to hire meeting rooms. Alternatively, you can book a hot desk or a dedicated desk for the month with free meeting room access. This costs €240/$260 / €320/$346 per month respectively.

Amenities at Smartspace

  • Large shared kitchen with tea and coffee available
  • Meeting rooms and soundproof video call rooms
  • Various desk options, including hot desks and dedicated desks
  • High-speed internet
  • On-site parking
  • 24/7 access with security for peace of mind
  • Garden area
  • Air-conditioned throughout
  • Regular community events

Pros of Smartspace

  • 24/7 access is very useful if you have a large project or you simply want to work at different times.
  • Several membership options give you flexibility in choosing where and how to work.
  • Community events make it easy to meet other digital nomads and locals in the area.
  • The large kitchen is very well-equipped so you can easily make meals or snacks.
  • The outdoor garden space is ideal for chilling during work breaks.
  • Very central location, making it easy to explore when you’re finished work.
  • Very fast internet; again, I never noticed any problems with my connection.

Cons of Smartspace

  • You’ll need to reserve a space at this spot as it gets very busy.
  • I found this space to be a little loud at times.
  • Monthly membership packages are quite expensive.

7. Arhitektonski Kolektiv

Diocletian's Palace split

Arhitektonski Kolektiv is a relatively new spot but it’s quickly becoming one of the most popular coworking spaces in Split amongst digital nomads who want a low-key place to work. For now, it flies a little under the radar, which means there’s usually a chair available if you drop in for the day. There aren’t any membership packages here, just a daily fee which is around €16/$17. It’s very cost-effective and is more casual than most other options.

The space is located less than ten minutes walk away from Diocletian’s Palace, so it’s central enough for sightseeing after work but far enough away to be peaceful. There’s a large kitchen as part of the space, and it’s easy to cook your own lunch and keep your ingredients in the fridge.

The internet here is reliable and fast, and there are several private desks and hot desks to choose from. Although this is a less commercial type of coworking space, it does offer a productive place for the day and it’s easy to meet other like-minded people here.

Address: Ul. Hrvatske Mornarice 2, 21000, Split, Croatia

Membership Options and Costs

shared kitchen space

Day passes cost €16/$17 and you have full access to the entire space, including the shared kitchen area.

Amenities at Arhitektonski Kolektiv

  • Parking nearby
  • Fast internet
  • Shared kitchen for cooking/tea and coffee making
  • Ergonomic seating

Pros of Arhitektonski Kolektiv

  • This is a more low-key coworking space (for now) so it’s easy to find a chair for the day and it’s relatively quiet.
  • The internet here is fast and reliable.
  • You’ll meet other digital nomads here very easily because it’s a smaller spot and therefore easier to connect.
  • The shared kitchen offers a convenient way to cook or eat lunch.
  • Low-cost day passes offer an affordable space to work.

Cons of Arhitektonski Kolektiv

  • This coworking space is less commercial and therefore has fewer facilities. It offers a basic place to work.
  • No monthly membership packages on offer, so if you want to work here a lot, the cost may add up.

8. PROSTOR

coworking space brainstorming

PROSTOR is another relatively new coworking space in Split which also offers opportunities to join a creative hub and learn new skills. Located around 10 minutes away from the city center, PROSTOR is set in a quiet yet central space and offers free parking on-site for those who need it.

Regular events are held here and there’s a real emphasis on collaboration. It’s a great place to meet other people but it’s also a particularly productive place to work, with ergonomic chairs, different seating options, and super fast internet. Other benefits include a large kitchen where you can cook and store your snacks, and a library.

This is a great spot for learning as well as working, thanks to courses that run regularly throughout each month. These are available to members although booking a place ahead of time is a good idea.

Address: Plančićeva ul. 2, 21000, Split, Croatia

Membership Options and Costs

coworking space

HUB membership is €28/$30 per month and includes access to all facilities, the coworking space, as well as events and courses.

Amenities at PROSTOR

  • Open until 7 pm every night, including weekends
  • Large shared kitchen and library for members to use
  • Courses and events available for members
  • Ergonomic seating and different seating options on offer
  • Free tea and coffee
  • On-site parking available
  • High-speed internet

Pros of PROSTOR

  • PROSTOR isn’t just a coworking space, but a hub for learning and collaboration, which helps you meet other professionals and learn new skills.
  • Membership includes courses, event entry, as well as access to the coworking space and all facilities.
  • The space is centrally located without being in a noisy area. Public transport runs close to the space and there’s parking on-site.
  • This is a very sociable place, so if you’re keen to make new friends, this is a good option.

Cons of PROSTOR

  • Membership is quite expensive compared to other coworking spaces, especially if you only want to use the space to work and not for events or courses.

Best Coworking Spaces in Split: FAQs

Here are some answers to the most commonly asked questions about the best coworking spaces in Split, Croatia.

What is coworking?

Coworking refers to a coworking space or shared office where remote workers, freelancers, and digital nomads go to do their daily work. This can be for collaboration, individual work, meetings, or simply to spend a few hours finishing off a project. Coworking spaces offer comfortable chairs, large desks, high-speed internet, and often include sound-proofed meeting/video call rooms.

Are there free coworking spaces in Split?

There aren’t currently any free coworking spaces in Split, but many are low-cost. Alternatively, you can choose to work from a cafe and simply pay for your drinks and snacks for as long as you’re there.

What’s the best coworking space in Split?

The best place to cowork in Split is Coworking Space Tink Tank, however, there are many other options available that are just as high quality.

How much does a coworking space cost in Split?

You can choose a membership package that suits you best, but on average, a coworking space in Split costs around €16/€17 per day.

What’s the cheapest coworking space in Split?

Amosfera Coworking Space is amongst the cheapest coworking spaces in Split, however it only opens during the summer months.

What’s the most popular coworking space in Split?

Smartspace and Re.Split are two of the most popular coworking spaces in Split.

Is it worth paying for a coworking space?

It’s worth paying for a coworking space if you find it easier to work from an office environment, rather than a cafe. You’ll find many coworking spaces near Split and in the city center – it’s a top digital nomad destination.

Is Split a good destination for digital nomads?

Split is one of the most popular destinations for digital nomads in Croatia. With a great range of coworking spaces, cafes, and amazing attractions to explore, it’s no wonder so many remote workers enjoy this beautiful city.

For more information on living in Croatia, check out this post: 15 Pros and Cons of Living in Croatia.

In Closing

Split is a great destination for digital nomads and it’s somewhere I’d love to return to in the near future. There are many coworking spaces in Split so it’s never difficult to find a productive place for the day. While some people prefer to work from their apartment or a cafe, a coworking space offers a more professional and focused spot, with all the comfort of a regular office.

The great thing about Split is just how many things there are to see and do once your working day is over. You can head out and explore, chill out on the beach, or, one simply enjoy the delicious Croatian food on your doorstep.

Enjoy!

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